We recently drove the MS-RT Transit Custom, and were impressed by the quality and finish of its aftermarket additions.
Ford, it seems, was equally impressed as it’s recently awarded the Welsh-based tuning company Qualified Vehicle Modifier (QVM) status, and has decided to approve the MS-RT Transit Custom and MS-RT Ranger for sale in a select number of its UK dealerships.
To attain the QVM certification, MS-RT had its aftermarket additions assessed by Ford to ensure they met its standards for manufacturing quality. MS-RT also guarantee the conversion, and its aftermarket additions don’t affect the buyer’s Ford warranty.
The MS-RT Transit Custom features a full custom body-kit, 18-inch alloy wheels, an MS-RT exhaust system, a custom leather and suede interior, Eibach lowering springs, HID headlights and a plethora of MS-RT branding.
MS-RT’s modified Ranger has 18-inch graphite alloys wrapped in knobbly off-road tyres, a custom nappa leather interior and an MS-RT sports exhaust system. Optional features include a suspension lift kit, an LED light bar, underbody protection and a snorkel.
Prices for the MR-ST Transit Custom start at £32,995, but no prices have been confirmed for the MR-ST Ranger. In both cases, buyers will need to allow time for their vehicle to visit the MR-ST headquarters, so it can be fitted with its new additions.
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