transit AWD
The 2014 Transit needs to offer an AWD version. Many business people drive them and are required to be out in all kinds of weather, no matter what is predicted. In addition, very few vehicles offer the kind of room for transporting home improvement materials as spacious as the Transit and many families are looking for an AWD vehicle that offers that space. Thirdly, if you travel over any of the mountain passes in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, or California, you must have AWD during over 8 months of the year. This is a safety feature that would make this vehicle a winner for many families and business owners. Please, please consider adding AWD to your options. Thanks!!!
By: Donna N.
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Todd Without awd it really makes this a hard sell. I will need to replace my e350 in 2015. It's not great in the snow but its not bad. With the long wheel base and small tires the new transit will not move at all in the snow. I want one bad but if i cant drive in snow i will have to look at other options. 
8 months(s) ago via
james Downey I also second this. I own a E-350 Wagon (passenger) and first it sucks in the snow, I often drive through farm fields and often am stuck. I also went to Folsom lake and could not even park on the side of the road without getting stuck. I use my van for recreation and I love the enclosed box of a van but 2 WD just does not cut it.
1 year(s) ago via
Tim M I second this!!
1 year(s) ago via
Cameron If it came in AWD I would wait in line to buy one!!!
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