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2017 Ford Tourneo Custom 9 Seat Titanium 130ps For Sale (U1146)

Minibus Centre Swindon
Mileage 16063
Fuel Type Diesel
Owners 1
Year 2017
Transmission Automatic
12 Months Tax 250

Vehicle Features

EURO 6 Bluetooth Automatic Gearbox Fully Air Conditioned Electric Mirrors Cruise Control Heated Windscreen DAB Radio ABS CD Player Metallic Paint Park Distance Control Power Assisted Steering Remote Central Locking Automatic Headlights Removable Rear Seats Folding Rear Seats Heated Rear Window Rear Airconditioning Rear Heating Twin Side loading doors Electric Mirrors (Side) Electric Windows (Front)

• Low Roof
• Accessory Media Hub 1XUSB
• Front Mudflaps
• Dual Side Load Doors
• Diesel Particulate Filter
• Liftgate Rear Loading Door
• Side Loading Dr Opening-Restricted
• Standard Liftgate
• Standard GVM Rating
• Otosan (Turkey) Plant Build
• Complete Vehicle
• Marketing Level 5
• Visibility Pack High
• Exterior Paint - Solid
• European Environmental Label
• Tool Kit
• Power Front Windows One Touch Up/Do
• Privacy Glass
• RH 2nd Row Flip Open Window
• LH 2nd Row Flip Open Window
• RH 3rd Row Fixed Window
• LH 3rd Row Fixed Window
• Fixed Rear Window
• Heated Windscreen
• Heated Rear Window
• Locking Glove Box Lid
• Mini Overhead Console
• Interior Enviro Colour-Medium Stone
• Int Feat Colour - Charcoal Black
• Side/Rear Door Trim Panel-Level 2
• Interior Trim Accent Pack E
• Carpet Floor Covering
• Sun Blinds
• Full Headlining - Moulded
• Illuminated Sunvisor - Drivers
• Illuminated Sunvisor-Passenger
• Rear Coat Hook
• B Pillar Assist Handle
• Less Rr Interior Overhead Stowage
• 2 Load Compartment Tie Down Loops
• Interior Grab Handles - 1
• Roof Storage-Driver Sunglasses
• Running Boards - Door Length
• Colour Keyed Exterior Pack
• Wide Bodyside Mldg - Body Colour
• Dipping Rear View Mirror
• Dual Ext Pwr Mirror-Power Fold Back
• Body Coloured Exterior Mirror
• Seat Pack 30
• Drivers Seat Armrest
• Passenger Seat Armrest
• Front 2 Way Headrest
• 2 Way Adjustable Rear Headrest
• Rear Seat Centre Armrest
• Manual Rear Seat Recliner
• Drivers Manual Lumbar Support
• Passengers Man Lumbar Support
• Drivers Heated Seat
• Heated Passenger Seat
• St Belt Minder-Drvr/EU Tel&Snd
• Second Row Triple Wide Seat
• Third Row Triple Wide Seat
• Drivers 4-Way Man Cushion Tilt
• Passenger 4-Way Man W/Cushion Tilt
• Body Coloured Exterior Door Handle
• Body Coloured Tailgate Handle
• Leather Gear Shift Knob
• Door Auto Relocking - Enabled
• Configurable Unlocking - Conf 2
• Power Door Deadlocks - Shielded
• Power Lock Group
• Two Step Door Unlock System
• Remote Control Door Entry - 2 Fob
• Less Keyless Entry System
• Trans Linked Rr Washer/Wiper
• Automatic Windscreen Wiper
• Washer Tank Level Warning Lamp
• Front Bumper Body Coloured Plastic
• Rear Bumper-Painted Body Colour
• Air Curtain Restraint LH
• Air Curtain Restraint RH
• Inertia Front Seat Belt
• Standard Rear Seat Belts
• Driver Air Bag
• Passenger Air Bag
• Seat Belt - Black
• Passenger Air Bag Deactivation
• Isofix Hard Point Attachment
• Seat Belt Pretensioners Drv/Pass
• Drv/Pass Seat Mounted Side Airbags
• Tyre Carrier Drop-Dr Open
• Steel Spare Wheel
• TPMS H W/WBL/Full ICM Function
• 6.5 x 16" Alloy - Style A
• Locking Wheel Nuts
• Standard Tread - Any Vendor
• Cold Start Up To -20%c
• Starter - Stop/Start System
• Stage VI Emission Requirements-Car
• Standard Suspension
• Mechanical Parking Brake
• Brakes-ESP/HLA/FBS
• Standard Front Seat
• Rear Seat Climate Control
• Pollen Filter
• Ptc Heater
• GWP Less Than 150
• Single Fuel Tank
• Non Locking Capless Fuel Fill
• Diesel Fuel Capability
• Fuel Tank Fill Neck- Inhibiter
• Manual Tilt/Slide Stg Column
• Leather Steering Wheel
• Electronic Speed Limiting Device
• Speed Control
• Conventional Instrumentation
• Instrument Cluster - Rheostat
• MPH/KMH Speedometer
• Trip Computer
• Dual Note Electric Horn
• MFD High TFT Screen
• Emergency Assistance
• Perimeter Anti-Theft
• Rear Parking Aid
• Front Parking Aid
• Standard Duty Battery
• Standard Duty Alternator
• A/V Jack
• Roof Mounted Radio Antenna
• ICE-Low Audio (0C) DAB
• Ice Feature Pack 9
• Midline ICE ICP
• Radio Speakers-2 Woofers/2 Tweeters
• Microphone
• Media Gateway Module
• Steering Wheel Radio Controls
• Electrical Outlet
• Power Point Plug - Rear
• Auto Headlamps
• Halogen Headlamp
• Daytime Running Lamps
• Headlamps-Static Bending
• Front Fog Lamps
• Rear Door Edge Warn Reflectors
• Footwell Lights
• Header Mounted Courtesy/Maplights
• Diming Rr Courtesy Lamp W/Map Light
• Load Compartment Lamp
• High Mounted Stop Lamp
• Front Headlamp Levelling
• Automatic Headlamp Control

Vehicle details for FORD Tourneo Custom - 310 Short Wheelbase, Model Year Post 2017½ 2.0L (130PS) - 3.65 FDR, A6
From 1st March 2001 the annual vehicle tax rate for a car is determined by its CO2 emissions and the type of fuel used.

Vehicle details
Manufacturer
FORD
Model
Tourneo Custom - 310 Short Wheelbase, Model Year Post 2017½
Description
2.0L (130PS) - 3.65 FDR
Engine capacity
1995
Transmission/gearbox
A6
Fuel type
Diesel
Vehicle tax details
You can pay by Direct Debit for certain vehicles, either annually, six monthly or monthly. Where Direct Debit is available the rates are shown.
Standard rate 12 months
£140.00
Monthly cost: £12.25 – total: £147.00
Standard rate 6 month cost
£77.00
or £73.50 if renewing automatically by Direct Debit
Tax band
J
CO2 emissions (g/km) (weighted)
181
Fuel consumption
Imperial Urban (cold)
37.2
Imperial Extra Urban
44.1
Imperial Combined (weighted)
40.4
Metric Urban (cold)
7.6
Metric Extra Urban
6.4
Metric Combined (weighted)
7.0
Further details
Before using the data here to compare models, please read "how to use the data" in the glossary section
Noise Level [dB(A), moving]
75
CO Emissions
[g/km or mg/km under Euro 5/6]
268.000
HC Emissions
[g/km or mg/km under Euro 5/6]
N/A
NOx Emissions
[g/km or mg/km under Euro 5/6]
61.000
HC+NOx Emissions
[g/km or mg/km under Euro 5/6]
84.000
Emissions Particles [g/km or mg/km under Euro 5/6]
1.80
Euro Standard
6
Fuel Cost / 12,000 miles
£1,661
Real Driving Emissions (RDE)
The Real Driving Emissions (RDE) test measures the pollutants, such as NOx, emitted by cars while driven on the road.
RDE NOx [mg/km] - Urban
RDE NOx [mg/km] - Combined
Use the glossary below to help with the terminology in the table.

Show glossary How to use the data
How to use the data

When using the information to look at vehicles that meet Euro 6 Emission Limits (Current Standards), it may be helpful to note the following:

Models are listed under the name of the manufacturer or importer.

The figures are obtained by running an example of the listed vehicle over a fixed route in a laboratory on a rolling road under closely controlled conditions. The test cycle is described later.

The results of the fuel consumption tests are shown both in litres per 100 kilometres (l/100km) and in miles per gallon (mpg). The conversion factor is given at the end of this glossary section.

Important Note. Some cars may appear more than once in the listing. The reason for this is that different specifications of the vehicle model in question have been approved to different exhaust emissions limits (e.g. Euro 5 or Euro 6). Changes in exhaust emission levels do not necessarily result in a change in model description. The presence of a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) in the model description or the year of manufacture indicates the point from which a given vehicle met the Euro standard in question. If you select a car from this list, make sure that the dealer understands that you require a car approved to the limits specified in the list.

Because of the nature of testing procedures, the type approval emissions figures (shown by clicking on ‘vehicle details’ from the search results) should be treated with caution and specifically should not be used to rank a number of vehicles for which similar figures are quoted.

Manufacturer

Manufacturers listed are those that build cars to European M1 standards. They do not include makers of low-volume cars, or those that build 4 wheeled 'L' class vehicles.

Model

Model definitions are taken from the EC Type Approval documentation, so may differ slightly from final commercial descriptions that include trim levels.

'Type Approval' is the confirmation that the vehicle has met a number of required European environmental and safety standards.

Gearbox / transmission

For the purpose of this search choose automatic or manual. In the results page you will see that manufacturers use a large range of acronyms to describe the gearbox being used. The following is not a complete list:

A - automatic
A4 - automatic 4 speed
4Atx2 - automatic 4 speed, high and low range gearing
AV - AV automatic variable
A5 - automatic 5 speed
A7 - automatic 7 speed
A/SAT5 - automatic / semi-automatic transmission 5 speed
ASM - automatic shift manual
AWD - all wheel drive
CVT - continuously variable transmission
D - diesel engined vehicles
D6 - direct shift 6 speed
DCT7 - double-clutch transmission 7 speed
M - manual
M5 - manual 5 speed
5MTx2 - manual 5 speed with high and low range gearing
MTA - mannual transmission with automatic changing
M6 - manual 6 speed
M6/S6 - manual 6 speed / sequential 6 speed
MULTI5 - multimode 5 speed
QA5 - four-wheel drive, Auto 5 speed
QA6 - four-wheel drive, Auto 6 speed
QD6 - quattro direct shift 6 speed
QM5 - four-wheel drive, Manual 5 speed
QM6 - four-wheel drive, Manual 6 speed
S/A6 - semi-automatic transmission 6 speed
SAT5 - semi-automatic transmission 5 speed
SAT6 - semi-automatic transmission 6 speed
SMG7 - sequential manual gearshift 7 speed

Other abbreviations

Various acronyms are used in the model descriptions. This is not a complete list:

4WD - four-wheel drive
4 x - four-wheel drive
4x4 – four wheeled vehicle with four-wheel drive
bhp – brake horse power
CC - Cylinder Capacity
Di - direct injection diesel engine
DID - direct injection diesel
DOHC - dual overhead camshaft
DPF(S) - diesel particulate filter (system)
FAP - particulate filter
FDR - final drive ratio
GDi - gasoline direct diesel
Hybrid - combined internal combustion engine and electric motor and battery
i - fuel injection
km/h - kilometres per hour
kW - kilowatt
l/100km - litres per 100 kilometres
LWB - long wheelbase
mpg - miles per gallon
mph – miles per hour
PAS – power assisted steering
SOHC - single overhead camshaft
SWB - short wheelbase
TD - turbo diesel
TDdi - turbo diesel direct injection
TDi - turbo charged direct injection diesel
TDI - turbo diesel with intercooler
TOD – torque on demand

Engine capacity

Engine capacity in cubic centimetres.

Fuel type

Mainly petrol and diesel, although a number of cars powered by alternative fuels are shown on this tool. Examples may include:

Electricity – a car that is propelled by one or more electric motors, using electrical energy stored in batteries.

Hybrid-electric, Petrol electric or Diesel electric – all terms used to describe a car using both a traditionally fuelled engine and stored electrical energy produced on board the vehicle to propel the car.

Plug-in electric hybrid – a term used to describe any car that will run on both stored electricity, and energy provided by an internal combustion engine.

Batteries can be charged from the engine and via a mains charger, or by electricity generated from another external source.

CNG – car that runs on Compressed Natural Gas.

LPG – car that runs on Liquified Petroleum Gas.

Metric urban fuel consumption (l/100km) (cold)

The urban test cycle is carried out in a laboratory at an ambient temperature of twenty degrees celsius to thirty degrees celsius on a rolling road from a cold start, i.e. the engine has not run for several hours. The cycle consists of a series of accelerations, steady speeds, decelerations and idling. Maximum speed is 31 mph (50 km/h), average speed 12 mph (19 km/h) and the distance covered is 2.5 miles (4 km).

Metric extra-urban fuel consumption (l/100km)

The extra-urban cycle is conducted immediately following the urban cycle and consists roughly half steady speed driving and the remainder accelerations, decelerations and some idling. Maximum speed is 75 mph (120 km/h), average speed is 39 mph (63 km/h) and the distance covered is 4.3 miles (7 km).

Metric combined fuel consumption (l/100km)

The combined figure presented is for the urban and the extra-urban cycle together. It is therefore an average of the two other parts of the fuel consumption test, urban and extra-urban cycles, weighted by the distance covered in each part.

Imperial urban fuel consumption (mpg) (cold)

The urban test cycle is carried out in a laboratory at an ambient temperature of twenty degrees celsius to thirty degrees celsius on a rolling road from a cold start, ie the engine has not run for several hours. The cycle consists of a series of accelerations, steady speeds, decelerations and idling. Maximum speed is 31 mph (50 km/h), average speed 12 mph (19 km/h) and the distance covered is 2.5 miles (4 km).

Imperial extra-urban fuel consumption (mpg)

The extra-urban cycle is conducted immediately following the urban cycle and consists roughly half steady speed driving and the remainder accelerations, decelerations and some idling. Maximum speed is 75 mph (120 km/h), average speed is 39 mph (63 km/h) and the distance covered is 4.3 miles (7 km).

Imperial combined fuel consumption (mpg)

The combined figure presented is for the urban and the extra-urban cycle together. It is therefore an average of the two other parts of the fuel consumption test, urban and extra-urban cycles, weighted by the distance covered in each part.

CO2 emissions [g/km]

When petrol or diesel is burnt for energy the main by-products are water vapour and carbon dioxide (CO2). Carbon dioxide is the most important of the greenhouse gases which are contributing to climate change. In 6000 miles a car will produce roughly its own weight in CO2.

Cars registered on or after 1 March 2001 are taxed according to the amount of CO2 emitted and the type of fuel used.

Cars registered before 1 March 2001 are taxed according to engine size.

Noise levels dB(A) (moving)

The current noise test standard for passenger cars, as detailed in EU Directive 92/97, consists of driving the vehicle into a test area at a speed of 50 km/hr and then accelerating at full throttle through the test area. A microphone at a set distance from the line of travel measures the maximum level of noise reached. Noise levels are shown in decibels as measured on the A scale of a noise meter. The A scale was devised to ‘weight’ the reading of a noise so it more closely represented what is heard by the human ear.

CO Emissions [g/km or mg/km under Euro 5/6]

Carbon monoxide reduces the bloods oxygen carrying capacity which can reduce availability of oxygen to key organs.

HC Emissions [g/km or mg/km under Euro 5/6]

Hydrocarbons contribute to ozone formation. Some kinds of HCs can also be carcinogens and they are also indirect greenhouse gases.

NOx emissions (g/km or mg/km under Euro 5/6)

Oxides of nitrogen react in the atmosphere to form nitrogen dioxide (NO2) which can have adverse effects on health, particularly among people with respiratory illness. NOx also contributes to smog formation, acid rain and can damage vegetation.

Combined HC and NOx emissions (g/km or mg/km under Euro 5/6)

Hydrocarbons contribute to ozone formation. Some kinds of HCs can also be carcinogens and they are also indirect greenhouse gases. Oxides of nitrogen react in the atmosphere to form nitrogen dioxide (NO2) which can have adverse effects on health, particularly among people with respiratory illness. NOx also contributes to smog formation, acid rain and can damage vegetation.

Particulate emissions (g/km)

Fine particles (especially those smaller than 10 microns) enter the lungs and are associated with a range of respiratory and cardiovascular disorders and asthma.

Euro standard

The Euro standard relates to the emissions test that a car has met. Euro 5 standard became compulsory for new model types from September 2009 and all models sold will have to meet that standard from 1st January 2011. Certain types of cars can now be tested to the even more stringent Euro 6 levels.

Fuel cost (£/12,000 miles)

The fuel cost of driving 12,000 miles is calculated using the combined fuel consumption figure and the respective average fuel figures published in the VCA annual publication 'New Car Fuel Consumption and Emission Figures'. The fuel figures used are those published by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy in March each year. There are many changes to fuel prices during the course of a year, as well as many regional variations. For this reason, the average figure is used, which ensures a level playing field for comparison purposes.

The fuel costs are calculated as follows:

12000 x A x 4.546 / B

A = The current cost per litre of petrol, diesel or LPG (as applies to the car), e.g. .£1.20, £1.23 or £0.59

B = The imperial combined fuel consumption figure (MPG)

4.546 = The figure for conversion of litres to imperial gallons

Electric costs (£/12,000 miles)

The Electric costs are calculated as follows:

12000 / C x D

C = The electrical energy consumption
D = Current electrical energy cost per unit (£)

Electrical energy consumption

The electrical energy consumption is calculated as follows:

(1 / E) x 0.621 x 1000 = “miles / kW”

E = wh/km figure taken from the vehicle’s Certificate of Conformity.

Converting between miles per gallon (mpg) and litres per 100 kilometres (l/100km)

1 litre = 0.22 gallons (imperial)

1 km = 0.62 miles

1 gallon (imperial) = 4.55 litres

1 mile = 1.609 km

Weighted results

CO2 emissions and fuel consumption for plug-in hybrid vehicles is measured in two conditions, one with the battery freshly charged and another where it is significantly depleted. It is expressed as "weighted, combined": a weighted average of the two figures obtained on the combined cycle, based on an assumption that the vehicle is driven 16 miles (25km) beyond its maximum electric range, using the engine as required without recharging.

From 1 April 2017, the way in which vehicle Excise Duty (VED) is calculated for new cars changed.

After the first year of registration, all cars pay a standard rate of tax.
Cars using a fuel source other than petrol or diesel receive a further discount.
Cars that run entirely on electricity will not pay any tax.
For those cars with a list price of over £40,000 that were first registered on or after the 1st April 2017, a supplement of £310 will be payable on top of the standard rate of tax for each of the five years after first registration. Note that this includes electric only cars.
Additionally, from 1 April 2018, diesel cars that do not meet Euro 6d will pay tax at the next higher band when first registered.
Disclaimer

The data in this publication was compiled by the Vehicle Certification Agency, an Executive Agency of the Department for Transport. Whilst every effort is made to ensure that the information contained on this site is accurate, the Vehicle Certification Agency cannot accept liability for its accuracy. Visitors who rely entirely on the information do so at their own risk.

It should be noted that as the fuel consumption figures quoted are obtained under specific test conditions, they may not be achieved under 'real world' driving conditions. However, the figures serve as a means of comparing models of a similar type.

On the 1 September 2017 the new Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP) came into force. Read more about WLTP here

Because of the nature of testing procedures, the type approval emissions figures (shown by clicking on 'vehicle details' from the search results) should be treated with caution and specifically should not be used to rank a number of vehicles for which similar figures are quoted.

Similarly, when looking to find out the Euro Standard for a vehicle already in service, we strongly recommend that you contact the manufacturer

Read more about using the database, calculating Car Tax and finding a Euro Standard on VCA's Terms and Conditions page.

Build Date:
14.06.2017

Vehicle Line:
Transit/Tourneo Custom 2012

Cab Style:
Bus (M1 LRF)

Series:
310S Series

Engine:
2.0 EcoBlue (130PS/150PS/180PS)

Transmission:
6 Speed Auto Transmission 6F55

Drive:
RHD FWD

Axle Ratio:
3.65 Final Drive Ratio

Emission:
Stage VI Emission Requirements-Car

Air Conditioning:
Manual Air Conditioning

Territory:
(+)"GB"

Paint:
Shadow Black (Mica)

Interior Fabric:
Ecko/Max Medium Stone

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Vehicle Details
MakeFord
ModelTourneo Custom
Mileage16063
Year2017
Number of Owners1
TransmissionAutomatic
Fuel TypeDiesel
Model Variant9 Seat Titanium 130ps
Body TypeMpv
Doors5
ColourBlack
Number of Gears6
Engine PositionFront
Driving AxleFront
AspirationTurbo
Performance
BHP128.2
Torque284
Engine Size2.0
Top Speed100
Economy
Average MPG40.4
Urban37.2
Extra Urban44.1
CO2 Emissions181

VED Band and CO2

<=100 A
101 - 110
111 - 120
B
C
121 - 130
131 - 140
D
E
141 - 150
151 - 165
F
G
166 - 175
176 - 185
H
I
181 g/km
186 - 200
201 - 225
J
K
226 - 255
256+
L
M

VED

6 Months 12 Months
£126.50 £230.00

Fuel Economy (mpg)

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