Ford Transit Connect Wagon Reviews
Ford launched the first sevenpassenger people-mover anticipated to break the 30 mpg - plus highway barrier against the allnew Ford Transit Connect Wagon, which has the versatility of the utility, drives like an automobile and may transport the payload of the pick-up.
"It is an allnew, smaller sevenseater which has better mpg than bigger vans and makes a section of its. Clients also will adore the unique blend of design, adaptability and affordability this wagon provides."
Ford Transit Connect Wagon is offered in five, in two wheelbase lengths - and sevenpassenger configurations, and in XLT, XL and Titanium string amounts. No other wagon on the market now provides the ease of fold - level seats, at least payload and much more than one hundred cubic feet of cargo room.
This wagon is authorized to tow up-to 2000 pounds, 500 lbs greater than a fourcylinder Toyota Highlander SUV, when properly equipped.
Have it your own way
Ford Transit Connect Wagon gives clients a choice between two fuelefficient fourcylinder engines - a 2.5liter fourcylinder engine and an optional 1.6liter EcoBoost(registered company) which is estimated to provide 30 mpg-plus to the highway. This power-train makes Transit Connect Wagon the fuel consumption leader among sevenpassenger vehicles.
Both engines come mated to a handy sixspeed automatic transmission, geared for lowrpm highway cruising and aroundtown responsiveness.
Ford Transit Connect Wagon comes in a broad number of configurations and sequence levels, providing surprising features in a bundle with reduced running costs.
Ford Transit Connect Wagon's international layout comprises premium cues throughout for example accessible complete body-colour outside accents with jewellike chrome trim and highgloss interior trim bits. An assortment of seating surfaces, from comfy fabric, leather and heavyduty vinyl, is offered to satisfy the particular needs of a broad number of prospective clients.
Commercialstrength DNA in a household flexibility car
Ford Transit Connect Wagon's work-hard/play-hard character is mirrored in freight-carrying capability and space for seven comfortably seated passengers, wrapped in a highstrength body designed to demanding international commercial-vehicle durability standards.
The allnew Transit Connect Wagon builds in the foundation of dependability and durability proven by the Transit Connect compact van. Launched in The United States last year, Transit Connect is becoming the car for small-scale business proprietors, due to its unmatched blend of cargo and payload capacities, adaptability, fuel economy, maneuverability and complete easy driving.
Now selling at a rate of 35,000 units each year, Transit Connect is becoming a favorite of smaller businesses, corporate fleets, taxi operators and some individualistic owners who discover its blend of the auto-like ride and also the freight capacity of the van best for their individual use.
"The allnew Transit Connect Wagon will enlarge the private-use audience with this flexible nameplate by providing up-to sevenpassenger capability across three rows of chairs in a fully clipped interior," said Hau ThaiTang, Ford vice-president of Global Engineering, Global Product Development. "It has an extensive collection of relaxation, ease and connectivity choices, along with a full complement of safety features - which makes it a contemporary, familyfriendly option to outsize mini-vans."
Shortwheelbase variants get first- and secondrow side-curtain airbags.
From its 60/40 threepassenger secondrow bench seat through fold-level second- and thirdrow seats with thirdrow independent fore-and-aft sliding ability, Transit Connect Wagon fast adjusts to accommodate multiple mixtures of individuals and freight.
The flexible Ford Transit Connect Wagon provides much better fuel-efficiency than conventional minivans, compactcar - like management and maneuverability, joined with unprecedented payload and freight capacities.
Ford Transit Connect Wagon is planned to appear in Us dealerships within the fourth-quarter of 2013.
2013 Ford Transit Connect XLT Wagon - Exterior and Interior Walkaround - 2013 Detroit Auto Show
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