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|4 cylinder engine in a van||Seating needs to be softer|
|Fuel economy- good use of space- good design for small van||Extended opening doors do not lock in place|
|Space in rear, good for handicapped person||Cup holders behind sholder; must look down to access|
|Styling - this vehicle represents a business - i call it my funny car||Steering wheel mounted controls - not illuminated for nighttime use|
|Driver's seat is great - very comfortable, lots of leg room, head room||Styling from front is kind of flat: it is a high vehicle|
|Handling is very good for a truck / van||Ability to add trailer hitch - european versions, it is ok; u.s. no|
|Good all around truck to carry things & go to dog show in.||Should have ability to add ladder for roof rack access|
|Forward visibility for the driver is very good||Transit needs to be available in 6 cylinder with towing package.|
|All the windows and open space in the vehicle||Motor: no power - need a diesel|
|Mpg for the amount of cargo hauled is very good.||Handling/stability in adverse conditions|
The 2013 Transit Connect Wagon is a 4-door, 5-passenger VM, available in two trims, the XLT and the XLT Premium.
Upon introduction, both trims are equipped with a standard 2.0-liter, I4, 136-horsepower engine that achieves 22-mpg in the city and 27-mpg on the highway. A 4-speed a transmission with overdrive is standard. See more... See Less