2013 Ford Transit Connect

    2013 Ford Transit Connect Review Summaries

    What reviewers liked most about the Ford Transit Connect

    • It is a good option for people who need to use their vehicle to haul people and yet still need the versatility and cargo capacity of a van, and it can also be ordered with a taxi package.

      - Automobile

    What reviewers liked least about the Ford Transit Connect

    • The diminutive 2.0-liter engine struggles against the van's 3,500-pound curb weight, though the payoff is relatively impressive fuel economy.

      - Edmunds.com

    Ford Transit Connect Comparisons

    • Thankfully the combination of FWD and high ground clearance (7.9 inches vs 5.6 on RAM C/V) and fairly short wheelbase (114 inches) made easy work of the rutted terrain and proved the Connect would perform admirably on the imperfect surfaces of the average construction site.

      - The Truth About Cars

    Best one-liner about the Ford Transit Connect

    • This Euro-derived cargo (or passenger) van offers impressive functionality in a maneuverable and fuel-efficient package.

      - Edmunds.com

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    See what reviewers from Car and Driver, Edmunds, Autoweek and other leading automotive publications liked most and least about the 2013 Ford Transit Connect XLT Wagon.
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