November 29, 2011
NEW FOR 2012:
- Electronic stability control standard on all cargo vans
- Exterior colours: Noisette Metallic, Dark Micastone Metallic and Winter Blue Metallic available on Wagon XLT
For 2012, the Ford Transit Connect is unchanged except for standard electronic stability control on the cargo van variation.
The Transit Connect comes as a two-seat cargo van or five-passenger wagon. It uses a 2.0-litre Duratec four-cylinder engine with four-speed automatic transmission.
Features on the base Cargo 110 A van include 15-inch steel wheels, air conditioning, dual sliding cargo doors with no glass, dual rear cargo doors with no glass, six-way driver and four-way passenger manual seat adjustment, driver’s armrest, full width overhead storage shelf, CD stereo with auxiliary input, cruise control, full-length cloth headliner, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, power locks with keyless entry, power front windows, vinyl flooring, and tire pressure monitoring system.
The Cargo 210A van adds dual rear cargo doors with glass, rear defroster, rear wipers and heated power mirrors.
The XLT Wagon adds second-row 60/40 flip-and-fold split bench seat, sliding doors with privacy glass, carpeted front area, rear vinyl floor, engine block heater, reverse parking aid, and electronic stability control.
The XLT Premium adds swing-out rear windows, two extra speakers, rear wheelhouse cover and upper pillar trim.
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