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The Ford Transit is a versatile family of light commercial vehicles produced by Ford since 1965. These vehicles have taken various forms, including vans, large passenger vehicles, van chassis, and pickup trucks, making it the third best-selling minivan of all time with over 8 million units sold by 2015. Spanning four generations of redesigns based on a common chassis, the Transit initially catered to the Western Europe and Australian markets before expanding globally. The first-generation Transit debuted in October 1965, displaying American-inspired styling and enjoying a 12-year lifespan before a significant update in 1978. The second generation, introduced in 1986, underwent a complete body redesign and boasted front-wheel-drive and fully independent suspension for the short-wheelbase versions. The third-generation, launched in 2000, was an all-new model offering either front- or rear-wheel drive and a Duratorq turbodiesel engine. It also introduced a Durashift EST automatic gearbox that could be dashboard-controlled. The latest, fourth-generation, introduced in 2013, began global production and sales, and ventured into the North American market in 2014 and 2015. With its substantial footprint, the Ford Transit continues to offer a significant advantage over similar vehicles in its class.

The Ford Transit exhibits multiple operational issues. A predominant concern relates to the vehicle's air conditioning system. Despite utilizing advanced power solutions, the system struggles to maintain consistent cooling over extended periods. Factors that potentially compromise the efficiency of the A/C system include the van's insulation quality, window dimensions, and even the geographical region where the vehicle is operated. Additionally, Ford Transit models spanning 2015 to 2020 have been identified with premature wear in their rear brakes. Distinctively, models from 2014-2016 faced issues related to power loss, often linked to obstructions in fuel and air filters. Moreover, models from the years 2015-2018 have a known susceptibility to water leaks. The concerning brake wear, potentially stemming from misaligned brake pads or malfunctioning calipers, represents a significant safety and financial concern, with the average brake repair costs hovering around $900.

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