2021 Ford Transit-250 Crew – Review, Specs, Configurations, Prices, and Interior

2021 Ford Transit-250 Crew

MSRP: $38,330 - $47,600
4.15

Reliability

4.3/5

Safety

4.5/5

Interior

4.0/5

Performance

3.9/5

Strengths

  • Smooth and refined transmission
  • Two strong engine options
  • Responsible standard feature list
  • All-wheel drivetrain available

Weaknesses

  • The standard infotainment suite is a little bit small
  • Quite average coverage of the warranty

Review 

Despite the tough competition between the Ram ProMaster and Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, the 2021 Ford Transit-250 Crew has been leading the work van segment for a while now. In addition to a number of New Year updates, the Transit also has a new trim to more buyers of niche – Transit Crew Van. The Crew Van is a standard five-seater to accommodate larger teams while also having ample space for supplies and equipment in the trunk.

The Crew Van, like the Cargo Van, has three bodies along with two roof heights and two engines. The latest standard V6 engine’s launch has a horsepower of 262 lb-ft and 275 hp and a torque of 262 lb-ft. We’re excited to see if the crew van is up for competition with the cargo vehicle on which it is now based.

More details regarding the Features, Configurations, and Interior are described in the sections below. If you want to know about the 2021 Buick Encore GX, then click our post.

Specs and Features

Engine3.5L V-6
Seating5 Passengers
Power275 @ 6500 rpm
Transmission10-spd w/OD
Drivetrainrear-wheel drive
2021 Ford Transit 250 Crew Specs and Features

Price

The MSRP of the 2021 Ford Transit-250 Crew is ranging between $38,330 – $47,600.

What’s Newly Include in 2021 

The new upgrades in the 2021 Transit-250 Crew include the following features:

  • Upgrades to the 2021 Ford Transit over the 2020 model year are few, but the hauling gear should be glad. 
  • A renewal of GVWR to 11000 pounds indicates a higher maximum weight for the RWD and AWD cargo van configurations. 

2021 Ford Transit-250 Crew Configurations

The different configurations of the 2021 Ford Transit-250 Crew are listed below:

1. Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB is $38,330. 

Specs and Features: It has features of 3.5L V-6 Engine, 275 @ 6,500 rpm Horsepower, 10-spd w/OD Transmission, 262 @ 3,750 rpm Torque, Rear-wheel Drive type, 16″ argent steel Wheels, 1st row LCD monitor, ABS and driveline Traction control, Front air conditioning, manual, Vinyl seat trim, AM/FM stereo, seek-scan Radio, and Key Fob (all doors) Remote keyless entry.

2. Base Rear-wheel Drive Medium Roof Van 130 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the Base Rear-wheel Drive Medium Roof Van 130 in. WB is $39,480. 

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB.

3. Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 148 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 148 in. WB is $39,605. 

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB.

4. Base Rear-wheel Drive Medium Roof Van 148 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the Base Rear-wheel Drive Medium Roof Van 148 in. WB is $40,755. 

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB.

5. Base Rear-wheel Drive High Roof Van 148 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the Base Rear-wheel Drive High Roof Van 148 in. WB is $42,905. 

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB.

6. Base All-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the Base All-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB is $43,025. 

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB. The only feature is the 4Motion drive.

7. Base All-wheel Drive Medium Roof Van 130 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the Base All-wheel Drive Medium Roof Van 130 in. WB is $44,175. 

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB. The only feature is the 4Motion drive.

8. Base All-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 148 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the Base All-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 148 in. WB is $44,300. 

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB. The only feature is the 4Motion drive.

9. Base All-wheel Drive Medium Roof Van 148 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the Base All-wheel Drive Medium Roof Van 148 in. WB is $45,450. 

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB. The only feature is the 4Motion drive.

10. Base All-wheel Drive High Roof Van 148 in. WB

Price: The MSRP of the Base All-wheel Drive High Roof Van 148 in. WB is $47,600. 

Specs and Features: The specs and features are almost the same as Base Rear-wheel Drive Low Roof Van 130 in. WB. The only feature is the 4Motion drive.

2021 Ford Transit 250 Crew Configuration
2021 Ford Transit 250 Crew Configuration

2021 Ford Transit-250 Crew Interior

The Transit Crew Van has a standard seating rating for five passengers specifically designed to transport large work teams. The upfront is always filled with head and legroom, with absurd headroom levels when using the high roof. Surprisingly, though, the second-row seats only have average legroom, with a great deal of the rear cabin fully reserved. The front seats are only adjustable manually on standard two-way, even if there are ten-way power front seats. Anyway, visibility forward is fine, while visibility backward is low.

Fortunately, there is blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert. The wide-opening doors and bottom sills make it easy to get in and out of the car. Although the Crew Van’s total capacity is the same as the Cargo Van, the standard inclusion of a supplementary seat set decreases the standard capacity. Technically, by removing seats, you might always exceed the ablest cargo van’s capacity, but the entire crew van’s point is defeated. The transit offers 158.4 cubic feet of loading space in the second row with its low roof and normal body, and the mid-roof is increased to 220.4 cubic feet.

The long body, together with the low roof, the long body has 204.7 cubic ft while the medium building has a total surface area of 58.7 and a high ceiling of 300.2 cubic ft. The high roof and extensive body, which supplies 383.8 cubic feet behind the back seats, exceed maximum capacity. There is an appropriate amount of small storage in the front of the cabin, but those in the second-row seating do not get much. Both front doors have small extra storage pockets, and there is a standard handlebar.

2021 Ford Transit 250-Crew Interior
2021 Ford Transit 250-Crew Interior

Should I Buy a 2021 Ford 250-Crew?

Yes, it is the best option because the Ford Crew Van is a standard five-seater to accommodate larger teams while also having ample space for supplies and equipment in the trunk.

You may also Ask for

What is the difference between Ford Transit 150 250 and 350?

Transit 250 is almost similar to Transit 150 and Transit 350 as the center of Ford’s commercial van route. Major variations in suspension and gross vehicle weight rating make transit 250 with heavy loads more capable than transit 150 and less capable than transit 350.

When will I order Ford Transit 2021?

In Mid-October, the 2021 Ford Transit Order Manual will be available, following pricing, for each of the major body types, including cargo truck, crew van, passenger van, chassis cab, and cutaway.

How many miles do Ford Transits last?

Your Ford Transit van will last up to 160,000-300,000 miles if you take care of the vehicle. Ford measured its service life at 150,000 miles as it tested the transit previous to its launch into the market. However, some drivers believed that transit cargo would last longer.

For more information about the latest Ford Transit-250 Crew, kindly visit the Official page.

Bilal Ibrahim

Bilal Ibrahim is an automotive engineer, graduated from NED University of Engineering and Technology.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.