Ford E-Series is a range of full-size vans manufactured by Ford Motor Company. With a 56-year production run, the Ford E-Series is the second longest-produced nameplate by Ford worldwide; only the Ford F-Series has been produced longer. First generation was based on the compact Ford Falcon automobile. Early models had a 144 cu in (2.4 L) I6 engine with a three-speed manual transmission. Later models had 170 cu in (2.8 L) or 240 cu in (3.9 L) I6 engines with a three-speed manual or an automatic transmission.
Ford Transit Connect is a compact panel van produced by Ford Europe and derived from the Ford Focus. The Transit Connect was introduced in Europe in October 2002. Sharing few components with the much larger Transit, the Transit Connect was based on the front-wheel drive C170 platform shared with the international Ford Focus, then common with the first generation North American Ford Focus. The Transit Connect was assembled by Otosan in an all-new production facility at Gölcük, near Kocaeli, Turkey.
Ford Transit is a range of light commercial vehicles since 1965. The first product of the merged Ford of Europe, the Transit was marketed through Western Europe and Australia; by the end of the twentieth century, it was marketed nearly globally with the exception of North America until 2013 when it replaced the Ford E-Series in 2015. The Transit was introduced to replace the Ford Thames 400E, a small mid-engined forward control van noted for its narrow track which was in competition with similar-looking but larger vehicles from the BMC J4 and J2 vans and Rootes Group's Commer PB ranges.
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