Overview & Reviews
The 2014 Ford Transit Connect has been fully redesigned. Highlights include sleeker styling, new engines and additional standard and optional features. Newly available third-row seating also makes it a viable, more cost-conscious alternative to minivans.
- Attractive interiors on Titanium trim level.
- Two available body lengths
- Customizable cargo area
- Less expensive and more involving to drive than regular minivans
- Fuel-efficient engines
- Limited payload and towing capacities.
- Complicated seat folding procedure
- Second row doesn't slide or recline
- Turbo engine unavailable on long-wheelbase wagon
User Reviews:Showing 1 through 3 of 3.00
Huge improvement from last years Model - 2014 Ford Transit Connect
By okshaw - November 3 - 12:30 am
This vehicle performs excellent in almost every category that I have thrown at it. We also own the exact same model in 2013 and by far this Van has better acceleration, load space, and the features for Sync are much easier to use then the previous versions. The van now drives like a car then a van and handles like a dream at all speeds. This vehicle is much more stylish then any previous version. The gas mileage on it is much better then the model from last year.
Just what I needed - 2014 Ford Transit Connect
By buzzaround1 - January 6 - 11:47 am
I just bought the fully loaded Transit Connect Titanium model last week. So far I am really enjoying it. I went from a lnfiniti FX35 so I was a bit hesitant to make such a drastic change at first but the more I drive it the happier I am with my choice. I had been in Italy this summer and rode in a more striped down version. That was roomy and able to carry 7 full sized adults on our various adventures. I had never considered getting one for myself but after looking at the Flex, Explorer, and the MKT, frankly, this really fit my needs the best. This had the fuel efficiency, tech goodies, AND hauling room! Plenty of room for taking my paintings places. No need to rent a van!
Good not great. - 2014 Ford Transit Connect
By fredbt - May 11 - 4:08 pm
Much nicer to drive than any other van I've owned, good suspension, quiet and better gas mileage, though I only get 19 or 20 mpg. The latter probably because I carry about 500 pounds and most of my driving is in Los Angeles. I badly need a back up camera because the van has a ridiculous design flaw, the handle on the rear gate is level vertically with the rear bumper face so if there is an unseen wall or pole they both make contact at the same time. The bumper should stick out at least 2 inches more.