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2021 Ford Transit Connect Van trims

2021 Transit Connect Van

The 2020 Ford Transit Connect has front-wheel drive and a gasoline engine. It's available as a cargo van and a wagon.

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2021 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trims

2021 Transit Connect Wagon

The 2021 Ford Transit Connect Wagon has a spacious cabin and an eight-speed transmission system. Its 2.0-liter engine is optimized for front-wheel drive.

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2020 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trims

2020 Transit Connect Wagon

The Transit Connect has evolved into a popular passenger wagon.

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2019 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trims

2019 Transit Connect Wagon

The Transit Connect Wagon is a roomy, entry-level van with lots to desire in the upper trim levels.

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2018 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trims

2018 Transit Connect Wagon

Capable of sitting either 5 or 7 passengers, the 2018 Ford Transit Connect Wagon is a unique, professional way to transport many people.

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2017 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trims

2017 Transit Connect Wagon

A compact commercial van that offers the reliable Ford stamp and plenty of cargo room is what you’ll find in the Transit Connect Wagon.

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2016 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trims

2016 Transit Connect Wagon

The Transit Connect Wagon by Ford is ideal as a large passenger van, perfect for long treks and maximum comfort.

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2015 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trims

2015 Transit Connect Wagon

Compact, sleek and improved overall, the Ford Transit Connect Wagon offers a number of noticeable improvements over last year’s model and is ideal for soccer moms and dads who want to get more mpg from their vehicle.

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2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trims

2014 Transit Connect Wagon

A small commercial van with seating for five, the 2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon is an incredibly flexible vehicle with impressive efficiency.

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2013 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trims

2013 Transit Connect Wagon

Largely unchanged for 2013, the Ford Transit Connect Wagon is a small commercial van with seating for five and a towing capacity of 4,965 lbs.

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2012 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trims

2012 Transit Connect Wagon

Lesser known than its cargo variant, up to five passengers and loads of cargo can be moved inside the 2012 Ford Transit Connect Wagon.

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2011 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trims

2011 Transit Connect Wagon

The passenger vehicle variant in the 2011 Ford Transit Connect line, the wagon's new Premium package adds some comfort to what could be an unconventional minivan.

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2010 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trims

2010 Transit Connect Wagon

The 2010 Ford Transit Connect Wagon enhances the capability of the van by adding a folding bench seat and standard Roll Stability Control.

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A small-scale cargo van, the Ford Transit Connect was a popular commercial vehicle in many parts of Europe. Based on a C170 platform used for the American Ford Focus, the front-wheel drive Transit Connect featured a car-like handling while boasting massive utility. For the 2010 model year, the Ford Transit Connect was first imported to North America providing a refreshingly different option for commercial entities seeking an alternative to large work vans.


Arriving with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine generating 136 horsepower, the diesel engine version of the Transit Connect available in other parts of the world would not be offered in the United States. Presenting up to 135.3 cubic feet of interior cargo space, the cargo van tailored 2010 Transit Connect could be ordered with or without side and rear windows. A towing package was also optional for the 2010 Ford Transit Connect van allowing it to pull as much as 1,600 pounds.


For 2011 and 2012, an all-electric version of the Transit Connect became available. Through a partnership with Azure Dynamics, the Transit Connect Electric presented up to 56 miles of zero-emissions driving. AdvanceTrac electronic stability control became standard equipment on the Transit Connect for the 2012 model year to comply with United States road safety regulations.


For 2014, the Transit Connect received a completed refreshed appearance and all-new engine power. Promoted to the newer global C1 platform, the 2014 Ford Transit Connect propulsion came from a 2.5-liter Duratec four-cylinder or a 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine. Offered as a short and long wheelbase model, buyers of the 2014 Transit Connect could also opt for 180-degree swing-out rear doors or a liftgate. The long wheelbase version of the 2014 model year Ford cargo van could accommodate up to 128.6 cubic feet behind the front seating.

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