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We NOW have the information for the 2023 Ford Transit Trail model and with the video, we now can see what one looks like. Here is the listing of the option and what makes up this particular option.

*Transit Trail (47N)
Availability:
  • Cargo van...ONLY body style
  • 3.5L EcoBoost engine (99G)
  • AWD model
*Medium and High roof models with 148" Wheelbase and High roof 148" Wheelbase/Extended Length
* 9,500 GVWR body codes / W2C, W2X, and W3U

Includes:

  • 3.5" body lift with improved ground clearance, approach and departure angles
  • 2.75" increase in frontal and rear track width
  • Unique Transit Trail badge
  • 16" Transit Trail Black Alloy Wheels
  • 245/75 R16 Goodyear Wrangler Workhorse All Terrain Tire
  • Slider Style Side Steps (Driver & Passenger sides)
  • Unique Black Transit Trail Grille with integrated grille lamps
  • Black HID Headlamps (91C)
  • Unique Skid Plate Style Front Bumper
  • Unique Transit Trail Splash Guards and Wheel Arch Cladding
  • Front Wheel Arch Liners
  • Intelligent Access with Push Button Start (41J)
  • Blind Spot Assist 1.0 (65A)
  • Front Fog Lamps (55D)
  • Auxiliary Fuse Panel with High Spec Interface Connector (87E)
  • Dark Palazzo Gray Cloth, 4 way manual Swivel Driver & Passenger Seats (21T)
  • SYNC4 with Sirius XM, 360L, HD Radio, and 12" Display (58C)
  • High Resolution Digital Camera (61E)
  • Power Outlet - 110V/400W (90D)
  • Power Point - 12V (87A)
  • Front Overhead Shelf (66D)
  • Reverse Sensing System (43R)
  • Side Sensing System (94A)
  • Fixed Rear Cargo Door Glass and Fixed Passenger Side Glass (17B)
  • Illuminated Sun Visors (85C)
  • Adaptive Cruise Control (60D) except w/ Audio package 58F
  • Privacy Glass (92E)
  • Dual AGM Batteries (63E)
  • Keyless Entry Pad (52C)
  • Dual Note Horns (85D)
  • B-Pillar Assist Handle (41B)
  • Heavy-Duty Trailer Tow package (53B)
    Upgradeable Features/Options
    (additional charge options)
  • Roof Vent (76B)
  • Extended Range Fuel Tank (655)
  • SYNC4 with Sirius XM, 360L, HD Radio with Navigation, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control (iACC) and 12" Audio Package (58F)
  • 360 Degree Camera with Split View feature and Front Washer (61D)
  • Upfitter Package (67C)
  • Ebony Leather, 10 way Power Heated Driver & Passenger seats (21S)
NON Available Options
* Remote Start (68B)
* Heavy-Duty Cargo Flooring (60B)
* Exterior Upgrade Package - SRW (18D)/ DRW (18L)
* Rear View Display in Rear View Mirror (61B)
* MyKey (62B)
* Rear Bumper Delete (43F)
* Interior Upgrade Package (96C)
* Load Area Protection Package (96D)
* Reverse Brake Assist (43S)
* 'E' Transit
* Front/Rear A/C with floor heat (57G)
* Bulkheads - Options (47T) and (47U)
* Heavy-Duty Scuff Plate Kit (85B)
* Enhanced Active Park Assist (94B)
* Virtual Rear View Mirror (90C)
* ANY Factory Running Boards (68H) (68L) (68J)
 

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Hi Ed, Is pricing for this package available? And how can I order one of these from you?
Article says pricing starts at $68k, which means it's probably $75k all said and done.
 

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Hey, if it was available with a PHEV drivetrain, I'd be interested. Maybe in a couple years. I don't think I'd drop any money on a new totally ICE vehicle at this point. Unless I thought it would be a collector's item (the last of the V8s) in 25 years. But seriously, I'll very likely be dead in 25 years, so what's the point?
 

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so what's the point?
To be driving a V8 for your limited remaining precious(?) years.
Personally, as the end gets closer , I figure it's best to get an older one with poor crash performance/safety features. Might want to reduce the odds of a slow death.
 

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The biggest negative of this package is the forced 17B FIXED Rear Cargo Door Glass and FIXED Passenger Side Glass. Even though some of the prototype models had NO Glass, this one follows the same features as the Adventure Prep package with the FIXED GLASS.
So you can't option for opening glass on the slider? sucks.
And I guess optioning for no glass so you can add better/more functional aftermarket windows later is also off the table. Only a psychopath would want no windows whatsoever!
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The biggest negative of this package is the forced 17B FIXED Rear Cargo Door Glass and FIXED Passenger Side Glass. Even though some of the prototype models had NO Glass, this one follows the same features as the Adventure Prep package with the FIXED GLASS.
Agreed 1000%. IMO also the inverter and silly plastic trim. But they got this one right. Critical for when you are on the Trail. "Most importantly, there's a standard dual-note horn, an aggressive beeper to match the aggressive looks."

What's you educated guess on if they would eventually offer the lift as a stand alone option?
Also, I assume the "drillable" areas they mention are nothing new?
 

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Wow, okay I'm fairly impressed overall! Interesting. Almost every pre-existing option they added are ones I have on our build we ordered two months ago. And all of the new "Trail" options are ones I'd be adding with aftermarket kits, either DIY or shop-installed.

Time to update the spreadsheet to see how all their "Trail" options compare to the aftermarket costs for our build!

I don't like the idea of cancelling our order, but I DO like the idea of many options being standard, covered under warranty, etc.
 

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Once they reveal the price for this package we will really know who this offering is for.
Judging from the great emphasis on appearance, I already have some idea.

The factory lift, offset and tires, however, would be really nice.
 
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OK!!!! Ford has now listed the MSRP pricing for the Ford Transit Trail Package.

Transit Trail Package............................................$12,620
I see. It's not immediately apparent what the cost difference is from the previous Adventure Package.

I would love to know what a 2WX with this package total cost would be.
 

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FYI this van does not have a 3.5 inch lift. It has a 2.25 inch body lift much like a Qlift. The 3.5 inch lift includes the larger tires. The wider track is just from wheel offset.

Essentially this is a medium roof, awd transit with a subframe lift, different wheels and tires, and some body cladding. Worth 12,600? Not with the cost of a qlift and a bumper.
 

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I see. This package includes things that were optional for the Adventure Package - big items like AWD, Ecoboost, HD tow hitch etc. so it's not immediately apparent what the cost difference is.

I would love to know what a 2WX with this package total cost would be.
It would be based on the other options you would have on the W2X body code. I have one built out with a $72,180 MSRP.
 

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Considering the appearance of our van with a Q lift, I find it difficult to believe that this thing has a 3.5 inch lift. Not to mention the impossibility of the awd system being lifted that much feasibly. I think they are counting a 2 inch subframe lift plus the increased factory tire size. Also, it sure looks like the “increased track width” is all in the wheel offset.

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They are using the increased suspension lift + the added tire height.
 
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