Ford has been selling the global Transit Connect in the U.S. since 2010. Originally a bare bones vehicle aimed at commercial clients, the redesigned model introduced in 2014 added a seven passenger model more appropriate for families. The model range includes three trim levels and two vehicle lengths. The short wheelbase or 5-passenger models are available in XLT trim level only with a choice of 1.6l and 2.5l four-cylinder engines. The 7-passenger models are available in XL, XLT and Titanium trim levels with the 169-bhp 2.5l four-cylinder as standard equipment. Unlike other minivans, the 7-passenger model is available with either a rear liftgate or a split rear door. The most appealing model for families is the range topping Titanium 7-passenger Transit Connect which includes features like power seats, leather upholstery and alloy wheels.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||MPG
|Transit Connect Wagon XLT (5p) ||2.5l I4 (169-bhp) ||A6 ||FWD ||20/28/24 ||33 ||$24,710|
|Transit Connect Wagon XLT (5p) ||1.6l I4 T (178-bhp) ||A6 ||FWD ||22/29/25 ||37 ||$25,505|
|Transit Connect Wagon XLT (7p) ||2.5l I4 (169-bhp) ||A6 ||FWD ||20/28/24 ||33 ||$25,185|
|Transit Connect Wagon XL (7p) ||2.5l I4 (169-bhp) ||A6 ||FWD ||20/28/24 ||33 ||$26,710|
|Transit Connect Wagon Titanium (7p) ||2.5l I4 (169-bhp) ||A6 ||FWD ||20/28/24 ||33 ||$29,185|