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Introducing the

Ford Transit Connect

Model variants

ALL-NEW TRANSIT CONNECT
International Van of the Year 2014

Every Transit is built for purpose and the all-new Transit Connect is no exception: a fact recognised by 24 of the World’s most exacting professional judges who named the vehicle International Van of the Year 2014.

Tough, practical and reliable, the van provides generous loadspace: 2.9cu.m in the L1 (Short wheelbase version) and 3.6cu.m in the L2 (Long wheelbase version), with up to 1,000kgs of cargo.

An ingenious load-through bulkhead also enables you to stow pipes, ladders and other loads up to 3.0m long in the L1 and 3.4m long in the L2, safely inside your van.

A choice of advanced petrol and diesel engines, combined with five or six-speed manual transmissions, deliver high levels of power and torque as well as exceptional fuel efficiency: from 70.6mpg with as little as 105g/km CO2.

Advanced technologies can keep you connected, entertained, safe and secure, such as Active City Stop, which senses if a low speed collision is imminent and applies the brakes automatically.

With a Flexible Dual Front Passenger Seat enabling you to carry up to three people in the Van model, as well as the Double-Cab-in-Van and Kombi versions which are able to carry up to seven, you’ve also got the ability to take a team of workmates with you to every job, as well as the materials and equipment you need to get it done.

Find out more about the all-new Transit Connect and discover its: design, driving experience, utility and costs, performance and efficiency, safety and security, bodystyles and capacity, and models.