Ford Transit Connect Cargo Vans/Minivans

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2017 Ford Transit Connect Cargo

The formerly optional 1.6-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine is no longer available, leaving the standard 2.5-liter 4-cylinder as the sole powerplant. The new Sync 3 telematics system is offered in higher trims, and the top-line Titanium passenger model can now be had in short-wheelbase form.

2016 Ford Transit Connect Cargo

For 2016, the Transit Connect Wagon can be had with a pair of captain's chairs in the second row instead of the 3-person bench. Also, blind-spot monitoring with cross-traffic alert is now optional on XLT and Titanium variants of the Transit Connect Wagon.

About Ford Transit Connect Cargo

Available in passenger or cargo form, the 2017 Ford Transit Connect is smaller than traditional minivans like the Honda Odyssey and full-size commercial vans like its own big brother the Ford Transit, yet big enough to carry up to seven people or accommodate over 128 cubic feet of cargo. Unlike rivals such as the Ram ProMaster City and Nissan NV200, the 2017 Transit Connect is offered in two sizes: short or long wheelbase. At about the same length as a midsize sedan, even an extended-length Transit Connect is a snap to maneuver and can be parked in a residential garage. In addition to its easy driving manners, the standard 4-cylinder is efficient, good for the bottom line of families and businesses.

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