2014 Ford Transit Connect consumer reviews

$22,000–$25,000 MSRP range
side view of 2014 Transit Connect Ford
73% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.0
  • Interior design 3.9
  • Performance 4.0
  • Value for the money 3.8
  • Exterior styling 4.3
  • Reliability 4.0
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I'm a second owner, received 2 recalls for locks and drivecaround with "bungied" tied down doors.the battery keeps dying out overnight needing a jump 8 times this year (2ice a week now). I noticed (4nights ago) the display panel area is HOT to the touch through the night with NOTGING turned on! I've woken up multiple times to a kida "Morse code/water dropping sounds) 3 times before the battery went dead....if I try cranking the car it won't start by this time, though the display panel feels warm. I AM A SENIOR (70yr old) disabled person on a fixed income and state displaced during COVID and practically "live" in my vehicle so I don't see how I can leave my vehicle for an extended period if time. ....the retail offered us half what I'm paying for it.



Wow this thing sucks I bought it at 100K miles and not long after it’s been back to the shop every other week with fuel and engine issues, good job ford for screwing over me over-the everyday American


Good work vehicle

This vehicle holds all my work tools with a low back end for easy lifting. The dash is difficult to read with the headlights on unless it's dark. It does have blind spots due to only having two side sirrors. It is very reliable.


Most wonderful l car I have ever owned

This car it’s the most wonderful car ever owned I cannot imagine the combination of a large passenger van converted to a comfortable family van the leather interior is amazing the full roof skylight is also amazing there’s over 3 feet of glass in the roof there’s nothing I can think of that is not on this vehicle


great mileage when towing my trailer

love this van, looks , comfort, and power are enough to do everything I have asked it to do and does so easily and again gets great mileage when towing.


Great work vehicle

Bought used at 120,610 miles for $6500.00 now have 153,262 no issues yet and lots of compliments from people. Cut gas expenses in half compared to F150 six cylinder, $40.00 to fill up at California prices near $4 per gallon


Horrible Work Vehicle

Noisy, poor handling, gutless, cheaply constructed, ugly. Employer leased this vehicle and everyone hates it. I cannot wait to get rid of it ASAP. Not a safe vehicle IMHO. Ride is rough and noisy beyond belief.


Most reliable car

excellent car, I like it because I can go with my whole family wherever I want, I can also have space in the back to place my purchases


A little disappointed

2014 Titanium, 3rd owner, now has 36K miles. This is the Grampa Van. The 3 grandkids (12, 8, 4) fit in nicely with enough room to keep elbows from getting into others spaces. Spacious; I moved two twin beds with thick mattresses and box springs in one trip. I especially like the long flat roofline. This one has factory rails and crossbars I can spread out to about 6’ which is adequate for my 16’ wood & canvas canoes. (Never feel safe strapping a canoe on crossbars that are the typical 3 ft apart. That would leave 6-1/2 ft of canoe hanging off the back and front of the rack!) Problems after driving this for 10 months and 10K miles: The bumper material should wrap further front and back; someone tapped the front right corner and creased the metal fender; a longer bumper would have been better protection. Radar / parking assist sensors no longer work. Folding mirrors just stopped working. At $100 plus per hour for chasing wiring through the cladding, I’ll live with no sensors or folding mirrors. Sockets that are supposed to seat the sliding door pins are weak; I just replaced 2 of 4 after they were pulled apart when opening the doors. Owners manual is a nightmare. (Yes, I actually tried to read it to learn maintenance intervals and entertainment system.) One of the second row folding seats sometimes gets stuck up or down and takes a lot of rattling around to get the latch to release. I pulled off one of the straps meant for pulling the floor panels over the folded seats. I hope to take it and the grandkids camping this summer. It should be great, if the Titanium model’s electric gadgets will just keep working.


Good Quality Vehicle

This Vehicle meets my needs for work. Just right size, easy to drive, handles well in tight areas. Very good gas mileage and lots of pep.