Ford can help you grow your business. The lineup is varied and many of the models are tailor-made for business needs, from the Ford F-350 Chassis Cab to the Ford Transit. And Ford likes to keep things customizable, so that you get exactly what you need for your business.
If your business has a special job or needs to haul literally tons of equipment and gear from one end of the county to the other day in and day out, Ford has you covered. The Ford F-350 is more than just a heavy duty pickup. Just take a look at the customizable Ford Chassis Cab F-350. The back half can be outfitted however you like: make the Chassis Cab a dump truck, utility truck, flatbed, aerial uplift, and more.
And the F-350 is top of its class in hauling, towing, and horsepower. The F-350's payload capacity is up to 7,000 pounds, towing capacity is up to 18,000 pounds, and the F-350 produces 385 horsepower and 925 lb.-ft. of torque. No matter how big or how specialized the job, the Ford Chassis Cab F-350 has the muscle and can be fitted to do it.
For families, the Ford Transit is a passenger wagon, but for businesses it's a cargo van. And the Transit is perfect for all your deliveries. That's because the Ford holds at least 246.7 cubic-feet of cargo space up to 487.3 cubic-feet. Cargo vans can haul between 2,990 and 4,650 pounds.
Like the Ford F-350, the Transit too is infinitely customizable for your needs. The Transit comes in chassis cab and cutaway versions, three trim levels (base, XL, and XLT), two wheelbases (129.9 or 147.6 inches), three lengths (regular, long, extended), and three roof heights (83.6, 100.8, and 110.1 inches). No matter what you're transporting, there's a Ford Transit for you. And if you're only making smaller deliveries and need something that zips around town, take a look at the Ford Transit Connect.
We might also suggest the Ford F-150. There's a reason why the F-150 is the best selling truck in North America. The F-150 has the best towing and payload capacity. Plus, the basic Work Truck trim is really affordable, starting at just $27,700. The F-150 might be basic, but this Ford pickup has all the towing and hauling and revving of other trims.
Remember that If you're buying an F-150 for business, it might be tax-deductible to boot. That's right: Uncle Sam wants your business to succeed and will foot the bill for transportation. Come check out our entire inventory of Ford vehicles and get your business going.