Ford Tourneo Custom (2013–)

What's good

Both the standard and long wheelbase models come with nine seats as standard.

Three Isofix points in the back - two in the outer seats in the middle row and one on the rearmost centre seat.

Very refined on the move with a good ride and little engine noise.

Handles very well considering its size and weight.

iPod and iPhone connection as standard.

What's bad

Can get bouncy on uneven country lanes.

Doesn't have the image of a Volkswagen Caravelle or Mercedes V-Class.

Rear seat folding mechanism not the smoothest.

No rear electric door option will put off many private hire drivers.

No off-clutch foot rest.

05-4-2019: Report of injector problems with 2.2 TDCI engine. Despite new injectors and software update, owner reports inconsistent performance and increased fuel consumption.

23-9-2019: Ford EcoBlue Injector statement: "An issue has arisen with certain diesel fuel injectors supplied by a third party for the 2.0-litre EcoBlue diesel engine. Ford has been working with its supplier to secure additional injectors and, when sufficient stocks are available, intend to work with dealers to update customers’ vehicles not yet exhibiting issues in such a way as will minimise operating downtime. Ford is increasing the size of its commercial vehicle courtesy fleet significantly to support customers affected by the diesel engine fuel injector issue. Ford realises that vehicle repairs are inconvenient to all customers, but especially for commercial vehicle operators where they can be disruptive to their business. While Ford will support all customers affected by this issue, Ford aims to assist our customers as soon as possible who experience issues in order to minimize downtime and impact on their business. Transit, Transit Custom and Ranger customers will be prioritised including providing suitable courtesy vehicles where possible."


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