The LWB model has 127.4 cu. ft. of cargo space behind the front seats, or 145.8 cu. ft. of storage with the passenger seat folded. Maximum payload rating is 1,550 lbs. on the long-wheelbase model. The SWB model has 104.8 cu. ft. of cargo space behind the front seats, or 123.2 cu. ft. with the passenger seat folded. Maximum payload rating is 1,510 lbs.*
With the standard 2.0L engine, EcoMode and EcoCoach monitor fuel economy and encourage eco-conscious driving behaviors.
Coupled with an eight-speed automatic transmission, the standard 2.0L GDI I-4 engine provides plenty of power to get the job done. You can also choose the available 2.5L iVCT I-4 gas engine. This engine offers drivers an option that delivers 169 horsepower and 171 lb.-ft. of torque. It comes standard with the CNG/Propane Gaseous Engine Prep Package.
When the task at hand calls for towing, the Transit Connect Cargo Van comes through with an impressive towing capacity: a maximum of 2,000 lbs. when equipped with the Trailer Tow Prep Package.* Among the included features is trailer sway control linked to the technology of the standard AdvanceTrac® with RSC® (Roll Stability Control™ ).
You can help reduce fuel consumption and vehicle emissions during city driving with Auto Start-Stop Technology. It comes standard with the 2.0L GDI I-4 engine. When the vehicle comes to a stop in city driving, the engine is automatically shut off. The air conditioning and radio stay on, keeping you comfortable. The engine seamlessly restarts when your foot leaves the brake pedal.
The 2021 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van can help get you around affordably with its EPA estimated of 24 city/27 hwy/25 combined mpg.*
The Transit Connect Cargo Van, especially the short-wheelbase model, is a natural when it comes to maneuvering into small parking spots or navigating around tight spaces. The short-wheelbase models have 38.3 feet of curb-to-curb turning diameter, while the long-wheelbase model has a turning diameter of 40.0 feet.
The Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van is engineered to stringent Ford Light Commercial Vehicle Durability Standards and Built Ford Tough® to meet your requirements for hard work and reliability. Whether your business is carrying cargo or towing equipment, the Transit Connect Cargo Van is a vehicle you can depend on to get the job done.
Configure a Transit Connect Cargo Van with a vocational upfit that precisely matches your business. For more information on the whole range of upfitting possibilities, For up-to-date pricing and disclaimer information please contact your local Ford dealer.
Market your company with colorful, eye-catching graphics. Choose from a large selection of preset templates and graphics, professionally designed and installed, or have your own design created. For more information, For up-to-date pricing and disclaimer information please contact your local Ford dealer.
For compatible devices, an available wireless inductive phone charger* lets you charge your phone by just setting it down. This means no more struggling with ports, plugs or charging cables.
To suit your particular job needs, Transit Connect Cargo Van models offer you the choice of 180-degree 50/50 swing-out rear cargo doors (with no glass or available fixed glass) or an available rear liftgate. Dual sliding side doors are standard.
Take productivity to the next level. Help improve your business operations with Ford Telematics™ software that delivers manufacturer-grade information, insights and solutions right to your fingertips.
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Once again Ford delivers smart tech to help optimize your fleet's performance. Gain seamless and secure access to your vehicle data through our open platform, the Transportation Mobility Cloud (TMC).
Available SYNC 3 is our easy-to-use, responsive voice-activated technology.* Experience the capacitive touchscreen with impressive responsiveness. Locate your favorite restaurants with simple destination entry via the available navigation. You'll also find a sleek user-friendly interface to help you connect to and control your smartphone.* SYNC 3 also brings you the power of Apple CarPlay™ 160 and Android Auto™compatibility to your Ford.*
Productivity needs a lot of elbow room. That's why the 2020 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van has 48.7 inches of width between the wheel wells.
Convenience-oriented interior design starts with ergonomic instruments and controls. Tachometer and trip computer are standard, as is a tilting/telescoping steering wheel. Places to put things include a first-row full-width overhead storage shelf, spacious glove box and a front center console with cupholders and storage bin.
A low load floor height of under two feet means moving things in and out is no sweat.*
Bumper to Bumper: 3-Years/36,000 Miles • Powertrain: 5-Years/60,000 Miles • Corrosion: 5-Years/Unlimited Miles • Hybrid/Electric Drivetrain Components: 8-Years/100,000 Miles • Diesel Engine: 5-Years/100,000 Miles • Roadside Assistance: 5-Years/60,000 Miles
Introducing Ford Co-Pilot360™ technology — an advanced suite of standard and available driver-assist technologies that includes BLIS® with Cross-Traffic Alert, Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking, Auto High-Beam Headlamps, Lane-Keeping System and Rear View Camera. Ford Transit Connect Passenger Wagon also makes additional technology available that is designed to help keep you in command, from the driveway to the highway.*
If your vehicle is in Drive and moving slowly, the Forward Sensing System10 will sound a high-pitched beeping tone if something is there in front of you. The beeps will become more rapid as you approach an object, and within 12 inches they become a solid tone. The sensors turn off when you put your vehicle in Park or Neutral. The Reverse Sensing System works the same way using sensors in the rear bumper.
Standard side-wind stabilization technology* is designed to help reduce driver stress while operating a vehicle in high winds. The system monitors sensors and, if a strong wind gust is detected, it carefully applies the brakes on one side to help the driver stay in his/her lane. It works alongside Roll Stability Control™ on slippery surfaces – to help avoid skids, lateral slides and potential vehicle rollovers.
The side-curtain airbags deploy downward and outward toward the side-window openings to protect the heads of front passengers. Roll-fold technology helps the airbag slide between the glass and occupant as the airbag inflates.* (Transit Connect Passenger Wagon shown.)
Curve Control helps drivers maintain control when entering a curve too fast by reducing engine torque and applying four-wheel braking to reduce speed.*
Standard AdvanceTrac® with RSC® (Roll Stability Control™)39 uses two gyroscopic sensors to monitoring yaw and roll rates, helping you maintain control whenever it detects wheelslip, understeer, oversteer or roll motion. It also helps maintain control on road conditions such as ice, gravel or rain.
Available trailer sway control39 helps you tow more confidently by automatically determining from the motion of the vehicle if the trailer is swaying. It then takes measures, such as applying precise braking or reducing engine torque, to help you keep both the vehicle and the trailer under control.
The available Quickclear™ electric windshield defroster gets you going on the job fast. With the engine running, the press of a button rapidly removes ice, snow or mist. The washer jets are heated, and a thin heating element embedded between two layers of glass provides quick defogging/defrosting.