2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon Unveiled in LA [Video] [Photo Gallery]
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Powertrain options will include a base 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine or the 1.6-liter EcoBoost turbo, which Ford believes will get over 30 mph (7.8 lt/100km) on the highway. Both engines will be available with the same six-speed automatic transmission option.
But the real selling point is that the Transit Connect will be able to cary 7 people in a 2+3+2 arrangement and can cary 1,200-pound payload (544 kg).
“Transit Connect Wagon gives young families and people on the go the fun-to-drive and efficient vehicle they’ve been looking for,” said Mark Fields, Ford’s President of The Americas. “It’s an all-new, smaller seven-seater that has better mileage than larger vans and creates a segment of its own. Customers also will love the unique combination of style, adaptability and affordability this wagon brings.”
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On 2 January 2013 at 17:48 UTC, Michael B said:
It's ugly and totally practical
On 29 November 2013 at 05:12 UTC, John P. said:
It's nice that the seats fold down, but they do not fold flush. Sorry.
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