Used Ford Transit Connect Review

2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon XLT Passenger Minivan Exterior

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Suppose you're a business owner drawn to the form and function of a utility van like the Sprinter, but you operate in confined urban settings or just don't need its full-size capacity and full-size price tag. With the relatively compact and affordable Ford Transit Connect, your search could be over. This Euro-derived cargo (or passenger) van offers impressive functionality in a maneuverable and fuel-efficient package.

A scaled-down alternative to traditional American work vans, the Ford Transit Connect keeps things simple with a single distinctive body style -- think of it as a midsize wagon with a very tall cargo compartment -- powered by an economical four-cylinder engine. With previous-generation Focus-based unibody construction and 136 horsepower, the Transit Connect won't win any towing awards, but its 135 cubic feet of cargo space gives it a leg up on even full-size SUVs. It won't win any drag races either, but prospective owners will likely be more interested in its affordable cost, maneuverable size and remarkably practical interior.

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The Ford Transit Connect debuted for the 2010 model year and hasn't received any major changes since. In that initial year, the Wagon variant was offered in a base XL trim but lacked the current XLT Premium trim. Unlike today's version, stability control was standard on the Wagon but optional on the Van.

If you are looking for newer years, visit our new Ford Transit Connect page.

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