Ford Tourneo to launch in Australia this year

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Ford Tourneo is a model that is all new to the Australian Market and is set to arrive here in the last quarter of 2024.

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For those amongst us that aren’t sure what it is, well its an eight seat people mover based on the Ford Transit Custom long wheel base.

There is a two model line up, the Active and Titanium X.  Both models will accommodate people, but come with a flexible, clever track mounted rear seat arrangement as well as power slide rear doors.

Beyond traditional fore- and aft- movements that allow for owners to modulate legroom, one or all three of the second-row seats can be turned to face rearward for a conference layout. Additionally, the middle seat of the second row can be folded into a small table with cup holders.

The adjustments are boundless with owners able to entirely remove single seats or rows to suit their needs. All six of the rear seats can even be removed. Ideal for when owners need as much cargo carrying space as possible. ISOFIX points are available on both second and third rows.

The Tourneo comes with a 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine, with 125kW and 390Nm. This is delivered to the front wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Pricing is around the $65,000 – $70,000 mark plus the usual costs.

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