XL Wagon LWB
2017 Ford Transit Connect

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$25,695
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EngineEngine 2.5LI-4
MPGMPG 19 City / 27 Hwy
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2017 Transit Connect Overview

A standout in the small commercial van segment the award winning Transit Connect combines flexibility, functionality, and reliability. The Transit Connect presents a unique and versatile answer for the business owner who needs a vehicle for delivery, service, or small work crews. The Transit Connect is available in two wheelbases and with one standard powertrain. For 2017, the 1.6L EcoBoost engine is no longer available and SYNC3 replaces MyFord Touch.Available as a short- or long-wheelbase van or wagon, the front-wheel drive Transit Connect standard engine is a 169-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine matched with a six-speed automatic transmission. Sliding side and split-opening back doors are available with or without windows. Both vans and wagons are available with a liftgate instead of the split-opening back doors. The two-seat van is available as an XL or XLT and the wagons come in XL, XLT, and Titanium trims. The long-wheelbase Titanium wagon seats up to seven people with an optional rear bench seat. Standard features include front and side airbags, anti-lock brakes, vinyl bucket seats, remote keyless entry, and a low maintenance vinyl floor. XLT trims add power heated mirrors, cloth seats, and an LCD multi-function dash display. The Titanium Wagon includes second- and third-row bucket seats and upgraded audio. Ford Works Solutions include Mobility Packages, Taxi Packages, an In-Dash Computer, and interior shelving options.The Ford Transit Connect is a carryover for 2017.
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2017 Transit Connect Overview

A standout in the small commercial van segment the award winning Transit Connect combines flexibility, functionality, and reliability. The Transit Connect presents a unique and versatile answer for the business owner who needs a vehicle for delivery, service, or small work crews. The Transit Connect is available in two wheelbases and with one standard powertrain. For 2017, the 1.6L EcoBoost engine is no longer available and SYNC3 replaces MyFord Touch.Available as a short- or long-wheelbase van or wagon, the front-wheel drive Transit Connect standard engine is a 169-hp 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine matched with a six-speed automatic transmission. Sliding side and split-opening back doors are available with or without windows. Both vans and wagons are available with a liftgate instead of the split-opening back doors. The two-seat van is available as an XL or XLT and the wagons come in XL, XLT, and Titanium trims. The long-wheelbase Titanium wagon seats up to seven people with an optional rear bench seat. Standard features include front and side airbags, anti-lock brakes, vinyl bucket seats, remote keyless entry, and a low maintenance vinyl floor. XLT trims add power heated mirrors, cloth seats, and an LCD multi-function dash display. The Titanium Wagon includes second- and third-row bucket seats and upgraded audio. Ford Works Solutions include Mobility Packages, Taxi Packages, an In-Dash Computer, and interior shelving options.The Ford Transit Connect is a carryover for 2017.Hide Full Review