New Ford Transit double-cab, drop side model previews at Jennings Ford, five months ahead of launch

Posted on 21 Jul 2014

Customers visiting Jennings Ford, part of the Jennings Motor Group, are being given the opportunity to take a sneak preview of one of Ford’s new Transit models, months ahead of its official launch.

The new Ford Transit V363 double-cab drop side model will be on display at the group’s Cargo Fleet Lane dealership in Middlesbrough, until Saturday 19th July.

Alan Bailes, commercial general manager, said; “This is an ideal opportunity for local businesses to come to the showroom and see the new model in the range, which is due to be launched towards the end of the year.

Jennings Motor Group New Ford Transit Double Cab Drop Side Preview

“We have held a number of preview events in the past, which have always been successful and generated positive feedback, customers wanting to get their hands on the new Transit double cab drop side model, will be able to pre-order the model in September.”

The new V363 model offers a new, more powerful and highly efficient engine range which meets the stringent Stage V European emissions standards.  Smart Regenerative Charging, which only charges the battery when it needs it, is also available, in addition to the option of the ECO Pack of an Auto-Start-Stop system, which saves fuel (and money) whenever you have to stop.

Jennings Ford’s Commercial Sales Centre in Middlesbrough sells the entire Ford Commercial range to local and national companies.  Everything from the Ford Transit, the Transit Connect, the Transit Custom and Fiesta Van, to the Tourneo Connect, Tourneo and Transit Mini-bus, in addition to Ford’s multi-purpose range including the Tipper, Chassis Cab and 4x4 Ranger is on display and available to test drive.

For more information about the range of products and services available at Jennings Ford’s Commercial Sales Centre, call into the Cargo Fleet Lane dealership, contact 01642 209100, or visit www.jenningsmotorgroup.co.uk

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