With only a pair of 4-cylinder engines in the offering, the 2015 Ford Transit Connect isn't all that quick, but that doesn't mean it can't be fun to drive. Compared...
... with larger minivans, the Transit Connect feels lithe. More practically, it's easier to park and maneuver in general, especially the short-wheelbase models. The naturally aspirated 2.5-liter engine doesn’t propel Ford's compact van with as much gusto as the smaller yet turbocharged 1.6-liter, but the 6-speed automatic transmission manages the power quite well with both engines. The Transit Connect passenger van's ride isn’t as cushy as a more substantial minivan like the aforementioned Odyssey, Sienna, Chrysler Town & Country or the revamped
Kia Sedona, but it's still comfortable and all three rows are roomy.