The new Transit Connect is available in L1 or L2 as a panel van with 2.9m3 and 3.6m3 loadspace increasing to 3.7m3 and 4.4m3 with the front seat folded, an L1 or L2 double-cab-in-van with 1.2m3 and 1.6m3 in addition to 5 passengers including driver and a Kombi version which will carry up to 7 passengers or 2.6m3 loadspace with the seats folded.
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There are two engine options: a 1.6 litre TDCi in 75PS, 95PS and 115PS (75 & 95PS are available with optional ECOnetic Fuel Economy packages that include: Auto Start Stop, Active Grille Shutter, Battery Management System and Smart Regenerative Charging) and the 3-cylinder 1.0 litre 100PS EcoBoost petrol engine although this is limited to one model only at the moment. As with all the new Transit range, Ford have put much emphasis on fuel economy and low emissions with the 95PS ECOnetic returning 70.6mpg and 105g/km CO2 emissions.
Much more car like to drive than its predecessor, the cabin area of the Transit Connect is a much more refined and comfortable place for driver and passenger with the Limited model giving you many of the features you’d expect from a luxury car.
A good looking, practicle and economical small van that will give the competition a run for the money.
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