I've been looking at Transit's for a while. I've rented the 150 cargo version a number of times and really enjoyed the ride and the vehicle's visibility. The regular Transit's have a tremendous amount of space, but the extended version is massive! We'll take out the back row of seats and have lots of space for moving large items. This is a great vehicle. The only negative to me is the lack of a Bluetooth package for hands-free driving. It is ridiculous for any 2015 to not have a factory-installed hands-free? driving kit.
This is great car! We chose the Expedition EL because it was the only large SUV my husband could fit in. He's 6'8" tall. I'm 5'5" and am very comfortable driving it. We have one child now but would like to have more children and know this is a car we will love for a long time. The Limited version has so many super convenient features that we love - reclining 2nd row seats with seat heaters, power folding 3rd row and power lift gate. Awesome car!!
I bought the Escape a year and half ago and it's ran really well. Drove from central CA to Tuscon, Grand Canyon and then central CA to Vancouver, Canada. I find it to be very comfortable. I can get in and out my car easily. Just enough space for passengers. Back seats will go down for extra trunk space. Driving and turning is like a coupe. Really easy to get use to. Mine has Microsoft sync technology. I can connect an Ipod through USB or stream music through my cell phone on the Bluetooth. Also voice control to select music or control A/C heating. The only con I have on my escape is the estimated gas mileage. It says it's about 33mpg on the highway but I only get 26-27. This is my only reason I didn't give my review 5 stars.