Transit withstood salt, mud baths during accelerated 6-month durability testing.
Ford makes 100 product improvements to its all-new Transit after an intensive testing regime crams the toughest possible 10-year working life into just six months. Prototypes covered the equivalent of 6.8 million miles (11 million km) – 275 round-the-world trips – with customers, on proving grounds and across four continents in temperatures ranging from 104° to -40° F (40° to -40° C) Testing included corrosive salt- and mud-baths, nonstop driving for two months at ...
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