2020 Ford Transit Connect |
Review

Does your business require transporting people around the Doylestown, Mechanicsburg, and Langhorne, Pennsylvania, area? Maybe your company needs extra cargo space to deliver goods or move supplies. Either way, the Ford Transit Connect has your back with both passenger and cargo van models available.

In this 2020 Ford Transit Connect review, Fred Beans Ford Work Trucks takes a look at these two styles of the Transit Connect, so you can decide which is better for promoting productivity at your company. Let’s jump right in.

2020 Transit Connect Passenger Van

The Ford Transit Connect Passenger Van is a great addition to any business.

This expansive model can seat up to seven passengers, making it easy to take your team to a company lunch or provide rides to your next expo. When the van isn’t filled with people, you can also lower the rear rows of seats and utilize the 106 cubic feet of cargo space behind the first row.

To help ensure your passengers are safe, the Transit Connect Passenger Van also features tons of advanced features, giving you the confidence you need while on the road. One of the most important is the Safety Canopy® side-curtain airbags. These deploy downward and outward toward the side windows to protect the heads of front passengers.

Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van

For businesses that need to move goods or supplies, the 2020 Transit Connect Cargo Van is for you. This gives you up to 145.8 cubic feet of cargo space with the front passenger seat folded, allowing you to fit just what you need inside. Plus, with an available vocational uplift, you can personalize your cargo van to match your business needs.

While there may not be a whole lot of seating available in this model, you’ll have plenty of ways to keep the front seat organized. This includes smart overhead storage, wireless charging to skip the cords, and more.

Also available for the Transit Connect Cargo Van is the intuitive Forward and Reverse Sensing Systems. When you’re moving slowly the Forward Sensing System will notify you if there’s something in front of you. When in reverse the same logic is used, thanks to sensors located in the rear bumper.

Ford Features Found in Both Body Styles

Whether you choose the 7-seat passenger van or the spacious cargo hauler, the Ford Transit Connect comes with a load of features you’ll love. Here’s what you’ll have to look forward to:

  • Ford Co-Pilot360™ suite of driver-assistive technologies
  • 2.0L engine with Auto Start-Stop Technology and an 8-speed automatic transmission
  • 2,000-pound towing capacity
  • Low floor height for easy loading and unloading

Learn More About the Ford Transit Connect Today!

Want to see what else this passenger or cargo van has in store for you? The best way is to view it in person at Fred Beans Ford Work Trucks. Our dealership has an array of models available, allowing drivers in Doylestown, Mechanicsburg, and Langhorne, PA, to shop easily.

Schedule your test drive today and see if this reliable commercial vehicle will take your business to the next level!