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2022 Ford Transit Lineup Drops The Smoker’s Package

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In recent weeks, Ford Authority has reported on a handful of changes coming to the 2022 Ford Transit lineup, though the biggest news is the introduction of the all-electric E-Transit. Regardless, there’s yet another notable omission from the 2022 Ford Transit lineup – the Smoker’s Package, as Ford Authority has learned from sources familiar with the 2022 Transit launch.

For the 2021 model year, the Transit Smoker’s Package consisted of a cigarette lighter, which replaced the 12V Powerpoint, as well as an ash cup. The package was available as a standalone option on Cargo Van, Crew Van, Passenger Van, Cutaway, and Chassis Cab models. Interestingly, Ford does sell a cigarette lighter and ash cup on its accessories site, but that item is not available for the Transit.

In addition to this deletion, the 2022 Transit will introduce a few changes for the long-running model. That includes SYNC 4, which will come as standard equipment on the 2022 Transit Passenger Van equipped with XLT trim and Ford’s 12-inch infotainment screen, and as an option on various other gasoline-powered configurations as well, as Ford Authority reported back in July.

Additionally, Ford is dropping the 3.31 non-limited and limited-slip rear axles from the lineup, which will leave customers with the choice of 3.73 or 4.10 gears. However, no major changes are planned for the Transit anytime soon, as Ford Authority reported last month.

Otherwise, the big news for 2022 is the introduction of the Ford E-Transit, which will launch later this year. The electrified Transit will weigh around 600 pounds more than gas-powered variants, will utilize a different spare tire location, and will offer a much more generous warranty than regular Transit models, though it will also cost roughly $9,000 more.

We’ll have more on the 2022 Transit soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford Transit news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

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Comments

  1. NCEcoBoost

    Oh, this will be very popular with a high percentage of delivery drivers that smoke…bet it’s a lot higher than the general population. Just to save $1. Yet more Ford idiocy and picky bean cutting.

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  2. David Dickinson

    So, smokers are now forced to toss their ashes and cigarettes out the window. I foresee Ford-induced forest fires. Dumb move Ford.

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  3. Montana Man

    I have no problem with this.
    Fewer people smoke, requiring fewer vehicles to accommodate a dying (literally and figuratively) demographic.
    You’re going the way of teardrop spotlights on the A-pillar and rear-wheel fender skirts, you little pyromaniac; ride off into History, and don’t let the door hit you in the ass.

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  4. Paul Fry

    I’ve been pissed off since carmaker dropped rain gutters and vent windows. This is one more item that adds to the list…oh. and the floor dimmer switch. I liked that also. Guess I need to buy a 67 f100 to get this stuff.

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  5. Mr ford transit

    Great that it’s a great thing no smoking pack in the new transit

    Reply

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