Ford Transit Wagon Maintenance

A Ford Transit Wagon will cost about $11,785 for maintenance and repairs during its first 10 years of service, which is more than the industry average for popular full size van models by $195. There is also a 35.77% chance that a Transit Wagon will require a major repair during that time. This is 14.27% worse than similar vehicles in this segment.

Probability of a Major Vehicle Repair (%)
Est Annual Maintenance/Repair Costs ($)

Ford Transit Wagon Maintenance Costs

Year Major Repair Probability Annual Costs
1 3.69% $402
2 6.12% $467
3 6.87% $587
4 12.13% $771
5 17.37% $892
6 19.54% $1,137
7 21.08% $1,583
8 27.25% $1,795
9 30.11% $1,936
10 35.77% $2,215
11 55.41% $2,277
12 68.93% $2,612

Ford Transit Wagon Maintenance Schedule

Mileage Recommended Maintenance
7,500 Change Oil and Filter, Rotate Tires
15,000 Rotate Tires, Change Oil and Filter
22,500 Change Oil and Filter, Rotate Tires
30,000 Replace Air Filter, Rotate Tires, Fuel Filter Replacement, Change Oil and Filter
37,500 Change Oil and Filter, Rotate Tires, Valve Clearance Adjustment
45,000 Rotate Tires, Change Oil and Filter
52,500 Change Oil and Filter, Rotate Tires
60,000 Replace Air Filter, Rotate Tires, Fuel Filter Replacement, Clean and Repack Wheel Bearing, Change Oil and Filter
67,500 Change Oil and Filter, Rotate Tires
75,000 Rotate Tires, Change Oil and Filter, Valve Clearance Adjustment
82,500 Change Oil and Filter, Rotate Tires
90,000 Replace Air Filter, Rotate Tires, Fuel Filter Replacement, Change Oil and Filter, Spark Plugs Replacement
97,500 Change Oil and Filter, Rotate Tires
105,000 Rotate Tires, Cooling System Flush, Change Oil and Filter, Spark Plugs Replacement
112,500 Change Oil and Filter, Rotate Tires, Valve Clearance Adjustment
120,000 Replace Air Filter, Rotate Tires, Fuel Filter Replacement, Clean and Repack Wheel Bearing, Change Oil and Filter
127,500 Change Oil and Filter, Rotate Tires
135,000 Rotate Tires, Change Oil and Filter
142,500 Change Oil and Filter, Rotate Tires

About Our Maintenance Data and "Major Repairs"

We consider anything that exceeds $500, including parts and labor, to be a "Major Repair".

We aggregate and analyze millions of automotive data points from a variety of sources, including some of the industry's leading data providers. The maintenance tables, charts and resulting rankings are conducted on a semi-annual basis, with our most recent update published in September 2020.

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