Used Ford Transit Vans in Scotland

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Ford Transit  2023, 15 miles, £32999 +27
Ford Transit £32,999
+ VAT

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 15

Electric

Ford Transit  2023, 19 miles, £32795.0 +34
Ford Transit £32,795

2023

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 19

Electric

Ford Transit  2023, 100 miles, £36989 +29
Ford Transit £36,989

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 100

Diesel

Ford Transit  2023, 100 miles, £39594 +24
Ford Transit £39,594

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 100

Diesel

Ford Transit  2024, 148 miles, £32990 +20
Ford Transit £32,990
Plus VAT

2024

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 148

Diesel

Ford Transit  2022, 200 miles, £31489 +29
Ford Transit £31,489
Plus VAT

2022

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 200

Diesel

Ford Transit  2024, 300 miles, £33995 +29
Ford Transit £33,995
+ VAT

2024

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 300

Electric

Ford Transit  2023, 316 miles, £33000 +43
Ford Transit £33,000
Ex VAT

2023

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 316

Diesel

Ford Transit  2022, 364 miles, £31990 +14
Ford Transit £31,990
Plus VAT

2022

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 364

Diesel

Ford Transit  2022, 405 miles, £33990 +18
Ford Transit £33,990
Plus VAT

2022

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 405

Diesel

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Why buy a used Ford Transit Connect with Exchange and Mart?

It was the Transit Connect that really galvanised the small van sector when it was launched in the UK back in 2003. A whole host of copycat rivals - Citroen's Nemo, Peugeot's Bipper and Fiat's Fiorino - quickly followed. But despite tough competition, this Ford has continued to find a ready band of buyers. The Blue Oval brand says that's because, unless its competitors, it uses fewer car-derived components in its construction, leading to a less compromised commercial vehicle result. Originally, this design had to cover both small (think Peugeot Bipper or Citroen Nemo) and compact (think Citroen Berlingo or Renault Kangoo) sectors of the LCV market, segments covered by other brands with two separate models. That was a bit of a stretch. These days though, Ford too, has separate models to offer, with the little Transit Courier slotting in beneath this Transit Connect to form a four-strong Transit offering for UK van buyers.

About the Ford Transit Connect

The improved Transit Connect remains a practical, no-nonsense, well-rounded package that still does a very effective job for Ford in appealing to business customers in both the small and not so small panel van sectors. The practicalities still stack up well against obvious rivals in both segments who clearly looked very carefully at what this model has to offer but in many respects, failed to improve upon it. It was just as well though, that the changes wrought upon this improved model were introduced. The introduction of a greener, more refined 1.5-litre EcoBlue diesel is welcome, as is the uprated payload and the availability of an improved version of Ford's clever 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol unit. With electric power in its future, this Connect will continue as an alternative that all small and compact van buyers need to consider. Tough, practical and ready for anything. Just as any Transit should be.