The Ford Transit Connect has been redesigned for the 2019 model year with changes that widen its appeal, especially for personal use. While the cargo van version, with its graphics-friendly side panels in lieu of back windows, has been quite popular for business use, Ford set out to make the passenger van version safer, more comfortable, and more suitable for moving people around. The suspension and seat upholstery have been improved, and there are structural reinforcements and additional standard safety equipment. Its appearance is nicer as well, with more attractive design elements for the interior and exterior alike.


The Transit Connect comes in three trim levels: XL, XLT, and Titanium. Both a 2.0-liter Flex-Fuel and EcoBlue 1.5-liter diesel engine are available, with either paired to an all-new eight-speed automatic transmission; both engines are equipped with fuel-saving auto start/stop technology, which engages during idle stops (such as at red lights).


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Utility & Practicality

Ford's Light Commercial Vehicle Durability Standards mean that the Transit Connect is tough and made to last through years of duty. With multiple configuration options and two wheelbase choices, it can seat up to seven or carry a lot of goods and equipment. The vehicle has been designed to be friendly for those with less mobility; the load floor is relatively low (two feet above ground), and the seats are easy to slide into and out of. A liftgate is standard for the cargo access, but rear doors that open 180 degrees can be opted for.

Safety & Technology

The 2019 Ford Transit Connect redesign has added significant safety improvements, including side-wind stabilization, which counteracts the effects of sudden gusts by automatically braking on the appropriate side to maintain vehicle control. Traction control and pre-collision alert with pedestrian detection are standard equipment. Optional active safety technology includes a lane keeping system, active park assist, and a blind-spot monitor.

As both a business and personal vehicle, the Transit Connect has the necessary connectivity technology for 2019. The available SYNC 3 technology uses a 6.5-inch touchscreen to integrate communication (including Bluetooth), information, and music functions, and there's a 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot that supports up to ten devices, plus dual USB ports and wireless charging.

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