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Ford Transit Connect claims Best Mileage in Segment
With EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings of (US) 24 mpg city, (US) 29 mpg highway and (US) 26 mpg combined.
The 2019 Ford Transit Connect Passenger Wagon can now add claimed best-in-class highway and combined fuel economy to its long list of winning features.
The 2019 Transit Connect has earned EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings of (US) 24 mpg city, (US) 29 mpg highway and (US) 26 mpg combined. These EPA-estimated highway and combined fuel economy ratings are best in class for gas-engine-powered vans.
Transit Connect Passenger Wagon’s class-leading ratings come via a new 2.0-litre inline four-cylinder gasoline direct injection engine with Auto Start-Stop paired to a new eight-speed automatic transmission – for responsive around-town performance and low-rpm highway cruising.
In addition, Transit Connect’s upcoming 1.5-litre EcoBlue diesel – the only available diesel in the segment – is targeted to return an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of at least (US) 30 mpg highway.
With room for five to seven passengers and offering easy conversion to cargo duty, the 2019 Ford Transit Connect Passenger Wagon takes care of business with a versatility and maneuverability that make everyday adventures easy.
This wagon is one of the most affordable seven-passenger vehicles in the United States.
The long-wheelbase model has more interior cargo volume behind the first row than the 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe, making the task of getting oversized items home a snap. And with a turning radius of just 38.3-ft for the short-wheelbase van, getting around busy streets is easy.
For those who need to tow a trailer, Transit Connect Passenger Wagon is expected to offer unsurpassed towing capability of 2,000 lb when paired with the available trailer tow package.
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