Ford Tourneo Courier Review
The Ford Tourneo Courier is a small MPV with a big boot and a practical interior, but it comes with a very small choice of engines.
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The Ford Tourneo Courier is a small yet spacious MPV that’s affordable to buy and won’t cost the earth to run.
You’d be forgiven for thinking the Ford Tourneo Courier looks a bit like a small Transit van, but it actually makes use of plenty of bits and pieces borrowed from the brilliant Ford Fiesta.
Unfortunately, none of the Fiesta’s parts graces the Tourneo Couriers cabin, which looks pretty old-fashioned at best. At least you get a good view out thanks to the large windows and upright seating position.
It’s a similar story for passengers in the back, and the Tourneo Courier also comes with sliding rear doors to help them climb inside in tight parking spaces. These also make it easy to lift in a bulky child seat or pack the Tourneo Courier’s boot to the brim.
Speaking of boots, the Tourneo Courier’s 708 litres of boot space is twice as roomy as the load bay in a Ford Focus, and with the Courier’s back seats folded down, you’ll be able to carry just as much luggage as in many family SUVs.
The Ford Tourneo Courier can’t touch the likes of a stylish SUV in the desirability stakes, but you can’t argue with its keen price tag and whopping-great boot.
You can’t get it with as many engines as most SUVs, though – there’s a 100hp 1-litre petrol unit which will be fine in town and a 100hp 1.5-litre diesel engine that’ll be more economical if you do lots of motorway miles.
The Ford Tourneo Courier also comes with automatic emergency braking to help prevent avoidable collisions.
We’ll have a full review of the Ford Tourneo Courier – including driving impressions – as soon as we get to test one. Until then, see how much you can save on our Ford Tourneo Courier deals page.