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2013 Ford Transit Connect

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EPA Fuel Economy:
City: 21 – 22   Highway: 27
Available Engines:
136-hp, 2.0-liter I-4 (regular gas)
Available Transmissions: 4-speed automatic w/OD

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 What We Don't

Hails from Europe
Passenger and cargo versions
Four-cylinder engine
Front-wheel drive
Drives like a car
Forward visibility
Around-town engine power
Smooth-shifting transmission
Low load floor, ride height
Modest acceleration on highway
Panel van's rear visibility
Noisy cabin at highway speeds
Diesel engine not offered
Parking sensors not standard

Vehicle Summary

Ford's "One Ford" strategy, which refers to the company's plan to leverage its global product lineup to spread models across new markets, is responsible for bringing the Transit Connect stateside. It's a small commercial van Ford introduced in Europe and other markets in 2003. Maximum cargo space is about 130 cubic feet, close to that of larger minivans. Ford says it made a few styling tweaks to suit the U.S. market, but the Transit Connect's 2.0-liter four-cylinder — the sort of engine you'd find in a compact car — speaks more to Europe's fuel prices than to America's penchant for horsepower. With a second row of seats, the Transit Connect can hold up to five people.

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Cargo Van XL


Cargo Van XL


Cargo Van XL


Cargo Van XLT


Cargo Van XLT


Cargo Van XLT


Wagon XLT


Wagon XLT Premium


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