Three diesels and two petrols are offered with the Tourneo
The 1.6-litre Ecoboost version comes with a six-speed automatic transmission
The Tourneo Courier shares its platform with the Fiesta
Ford has revealed the most family-orientated model in the new Tourneo line-up as the covers were removed from the Ford Tourneo Courier. The Geneva motor show reveal marks the first time the entire Tourneo range has been presented, with the Courier being shown off in what Ford called "late prototype" configuration.
The Tourneo Courier is based on Ford’s Global B platform, which also underpins the Fiesta and B-Max. The new model will be offered in a five-seat configuration. It sits below the Tourneo Connect and Tourneo Custom in the range.
Ford describes the Tourneo Courier as “spacious”, and says it is aimed at families looking for additional space at a low price. A range of equipment more commonly fitted to passenger cars, such as an active grille shutter will be offered.
Ford’s 1.6-litre TDCI engine will be offered in three power outputs: 74bhp, 94bhp and 114bhp. A 99bhp version of the 1.0-litre, three-cylinder Ecoboost engine will join the range alongside a 123bhp 1.6-litre Ecoboost.
Six-speed manual gearboxes are supplied with all engine options, apart from the 1.6-litre Ecoboost, which receives a six-speed Powershift automatic.
Ford hasn't yet decided for certain whether the Courier will join the Connect (which arrives early next year) and Custom in its UK line-up. However, it is considering making the Tourneo range and passenger car-orientated Transit models available in its car dealer sites to build sales to private motorists.
Tourneo and Transit family models are currently sold exclusively through its commercial dealer operations.