Ford Transit Connect Wagon Models and Transit Connect Wagon History

In 2010, Ford generated a stir in the North American commercial vehicle market with the introduction of their Transit Connect van. In addition to a cargo van, the compact Ford van also came as a passenger version called the Transit Connect Wagon. The Ford Transit Connect Wagon is Fords first small passenger van since the discontinuation of the Freestar minivan.


Powered by a 136-horsepower 2.0-liter Duratec four-cylinder engine linked to a four-speed automatic transmission, the 2010 Transit Connect Wagon could achieve fuel economy of 22 miles per gallon city and 27 miles per gallon highway. While a passenger van, the 2010 to 2013 Transit Connect Wagon were unusually equipped for a maximum five-passenger capacity provided with a single rear bench seat.


A four-speaker audio system with CD player came standard on the Transit Connect Wagon while an in-dash Windows CE touch screen unit was optional. Offered as only an XLT model for 2010, the 2011 model year added the XLT Premium to the Transit Connect Wagon line-up. The 2011 Transit Connect XLT Premium came standard with a rear passenger-side door storage pocket and rear quarter flip-open windows featuring privacy glass.


For 2014, the Ford Transit Connect Wagon received a complete array of refinements. Starting an all-new exterior appearance, the 2014 Transit Connect Wagon was also presented with a choice of a short and long wheelbase variant. Connected to a six-speed TorqShift automatic transmission, the 2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon presented power from a 2.5-liter four-cylinder base engine or an optional turbocharged 1.6-liter EcoBoost powerplant. With the long wheelbase version of the 2014 Transit Connect Wagon, seating was increased to seven-passenger occupancy.

New and Used Transit Connect Wagon Prices, Ford Transit Connect Wagon Model Years and History

A compact commercial van that offers the reliable Ford stamp and plenty of cargo room is what you’ll find in the Transit Connect Wagon.
The Transit Connect Wagon by Ford is ideal as a large passenger van, perfect for long treks and maximum comfort.
Compact, sleek and improved overall, the Ford Transit Connect Wagon offers a number of noticeable improvements over last year’s model and is ideal for soccer moms and dads who want to get more mpg from their vehicle.
A small commercial van with seating for five, the 2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon is an incredibly flexible vehicle with impressive efficiency.
Largely unchanged for 2013, the Ford Transit Connect Wagon is a small commercial van with seating for five and a towing capacity of 4,965 lbs.
Lesser known than its cargo variant, up to five passengers and loads of cargo can be moved inside the 2012 Ford Transit Connect Wagon.
The passenger vehicle variant in the 2011 Ford Transit Connect line, the wagon's new Premium package adds some comfort to what could be an unconventional minivan.
The 2010 Ford Transit Connect Wagon enhances the capability of the van by adding a folding bench seat and standard Roll Stability Control.