2010 Ford Transit Connect Wagon XLT Reviews and Specification

2010 Ford Transit Connect Wagon XLT Reviews and Specification

2010 Ford Transit Connect Wagon XLT Reviews and Specification

The 2010 Transit Connect Wagon is a 4-door, up to 5-passenger full size van, available in two trims, the XL and the XLT. tried out a xl and xlt wagon neither has much power, the tranny is noisy and shifts funky. would be a great value for small handy man or elctricianwagon which has second row seat would be a good crew hauler, if ya did not have to haul many tools. i was really excited about buying a company vehicle that could haul aa crew. but for the money i would buy a honda element, more room, fuel mileage is as good or better. and the quality of interior is aleast twice as good, and you get the buttons on a honda for the stripped xl price. plus they do look better on the road.Upon introduction, both trims are equipped with a standard 2.0-liter, I4, 136-horsepower engine that achieves 22-mpg in the city and 25-mpg on the highway. A 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive is standard.
This van is much better in Europe with their choice of diesel and gasoline engines and variety of trannies. I think this project will fail in USA as it is very poor adaptation of a better europian car.Additionally, I do not have much trust in quality of this van.Some will tell you its not big enough to work out of . its small yes but if loaded right you can work out of have a work bench with a small stool. it has a payload of 1600lbs we loaded it down and it didn't even looked loaded. it zips around just fine and sips gas. if your in business and could use this i would be running to trade in your big gas hogs on this little gem of a van.

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