Most businesses usually rely on trucks and vans as their workhorses. Obviously, these fleets are advantageous for different businesses because of its great use when it comes to cargo and towing needs. With the usefulness of cargo van, Ford brings the Transit Connect to cater to the transport needs of businesses. The 2013 Ford Transit Connect differs from similar vans in that it is easier to maneuver which the van owes much to its size and has good fuel efficiency. It comes with a boxy shape giving business owners not only a means of transport for their products but also an efficient way of advertising their products. Adding up to these business-advantaged solutions, Ford had equipped the Transit Connect with innovative features such as in-dash computer, vehicle tracking, and monitoring and tool inventory system and internet access.
The Ford Transit Connect is offered XL Van, XLT Van, XLT Premium Wagon and XLT Wagon. You may notice that there are two variations of a 2013 Ford Transit Connect. Van and wagon Transit Connect has almost the same features only that the former has a second row seat while the latter has none. Both models come in with sliding doors on both sides.
The power system of a 2013 Ford Transit Connect is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that has the capacity to produce 136 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque. The engine is mated to a standard four-speed automatic transmission that sends off the power produced to the front wheels. The EPA estimated fuel economy for the Transit Connect is 21/27/23 mpg.
Standard safety features of 2013 Ford Transit Connect include four-wheel antilock brakes, front side airbags and traction and stability control.