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TRANSIT CONNECT WAGON
ORDER CODE 210A ENGINE: 2.0L GDI I-4 GAS -inc: auto start/stop system and EcoMode (STD) Front Wheel Drive Power Steering ABS ORDER CODE 210A ENGINE: 2.0L GDI I-4 GAS -inc: auto start/stop system and EcoMode (STD) Front Wheel Drive Power Steering ABS 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Brake Assist Wheel Covers Steel Wheels Tires - Front Performance Tires - Rear Performance Conventional Spare Tire Heated Mirrors Power Mirror(s) Rear Defrost Privacy Glass Intermittent Wipers Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers Rain Sensing Wipers Third Passenger Door Fourth Passenger Door Power Door Locks Daytime Running Lights Automatic Headlights Fog Lamps AM/FM Stereo Satellite Radio MP3 Player Telematics Auxiliary Audio Input Smart Device Integration Steering Wheel Audio Controls Bluetooth Connection WiFi Hotspot Passenger Adjustable Lumbar Bucket Seats Rear Bucket Seats Adjustable Steering Wheel Trip Computer Power Windows 3rd Row Seat Leather Steering Wheel Keyless Entry Cruise Control Climate Control Multi-Zone A/C Rear A/C Power Driver Seat Cloth Seats Driver Adjustable Lumbar Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror Driver Vanity Mirror Passenger Vanity Mirror Floor Mats Remote Engine Start Engine Immobilizer Traction Control Stability Control Front Side Air Bag Rear Parking Aid Tire Pressure Monitor Driver Air Bag Passenger Air Bag Passenger Air Bag Sensor Driver Restriction Features Child Safety Locks Front Head Air Bag Rear Head Air Bag Back-Up Camera Read More…
210A Packaged Transit Connect Wagon with 2.0L GDI I4 Automatic, w/ SYNC 3, Rear Camera, NAV, HD Radio, 16 Inch Aluminum Wheels, BLIS and MORE! The near-ideal hip-high slide-in driver seat, the low 2-foot lift from the ground to the load floor, and...
210A Packaged Transit Connect Wagon with 2.0L GDI I4 Automatic, w/ SYNC 3, Rear Camera, NAV, HD Radio, 16 Inch Aluminum Wheels, BLIS and MORE! The near-ideal hip-high slide-in driver seat, the low 2-foot lift from the ground to the load floor, and the seven-passenger occasional grandchildren seating are touted as AARP attractions---you know, like the ground-floor master bedroom of the automotive world. Ford also promises to drive home the marketing message that it delivers everything you need in a minivan, with nothing you don't---such as DVD players and vacuums---at an unbeatable low price.Just in case that's not enough, for 2019 Ford is further sweetening the Transit Connect's recipe with two new engines, a new transmission, and redesigns of the nose, tail, dash, and rear suspension. There's also new connectivity gear, easier-to-operate seats, and seven new driver-assist features---perfect for when principle driving senses and reaction times start to dull. Of course, the refresh preserves everything that made the second-generation Transit Connect wagon (all new for 2014) so versatile and popular: a choice of short and long wheelbases with seating for five, six, or seven, a choice of 180-degree opening rear doors or a liftgate, and a 2,000-pound towing capacity (with the gasoline engine).