Ford Transit Connect

    The Ford Transit Connect Wagon is a passenger version of the small Transit Connect cargo van, freshened with a new powertrain: A 2.0-liter, four-cylinder gasoline engine mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. A 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, paired with a six-speed automatic, is also available and can run on natural gas. Handling is quite agile, defying the perception of a van, and the ride is steady.
    Ford Transit Connect Road Test
    First Drive

    Ford Transit Connect Wagon Adds Modern Dash, Safety Features

    This boxy van drives well but it's no substitute for a true minivan

    Overview

    The Transit Connect Wagon, the passenger version of the Transit Connect van often used for commercial purposes, was freshened and updated for 2019.

    The Transit Connect Wagon can hold up to seven passengers and it drives well. However, it's no substitute for a modern minivan in terms of flexibility and amenities.

    Forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking, a feature that we at CR feel strongly that all vehicles should have, is standard on all trims. Blind spot warning and rear cross traffic warning are optional.


    Impressions The Transit Connect Wagon gets a new engine.  A 2.0-liter four-cylinder that comes with automatic start/stop as standard equipment. It comes mated to an all-new eight-speed automatic. A 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, paired with a six-speed automatic, is also available and can run on natural gas.
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