8,550  lbs
400  lb-ft torque
Best-in-Class (V6)
246.7 - 542.2  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For The 2019 Transit & Transit Connect

In 2019, both the Ford Transit and the Ford Transit Connect offer consumers more to look forward to. The Ford Transit gets only minor changes in the latest model year, while the Ford Transit Connect gets more substantial changes. The 2019 Ford Transit gets some minor adjustments to the amenities offered on the various trim levels. More features are standard this year than in the past. The Ford Transit also comes with more safety technology this year and a longer wheelbase, which gives the Transit more interior space and provides class-leading towing capacity. The Ford Transit also gets an adjustment to its cargo doors in the rear that makes them wider than in past model years. The 2019 Ford Transit Connect, on the other hand, gets more engine options in 2019. This includes two gasoline engines and a diesel engine. You'll find more standard safety technology in the 2019 Ford Transit Connect as well.

2019 Ford Transit & Transit Connect Interior

Transit is Impressive No Matter Which Trim Level You Choose

There are three trim levels offered in both the 2019 Ford Transit and the 2019 Ford Transit Connect. The base Ford Transit owes its distinct look to carbon black bumpers and body side moldings. The base Ford Transit has a seating capacity for two. On the inside, it comes with single-zone air conditioning, power-operated doors and windows, an AM/FM radio, and a 12V power outlet. The higher-end trims also get passenger grab handles for comfort and convenience. While cloth seats are standard on the base trims of both the Transit and Transit Connect, you can upgrade to leather seats instead if you so choose. The 2019 Ford Transit Connect seats up to seven passengers in all three trim levels. This year, it offers more driver-assist safety technology, which is including in the Ford Co-Pilot 360 system. Dual-zone air conditioning is standard even on the base trim.

How Well does the 2019 Ford Transit Perform?

2019 Ford Transit & Transit Connect Exterior FrontThe 2019 Ford Transit and Ford Transit Connect are both offered with three different engines. The standard engine on the Ford Transit is a 3.7L, six-cylinder engine. A 3.5L engine with EcoBoost is available for those who want to maximize fuel economy and performance. A diesel engine with a 3.2L capacity is available. All three trim levels are offered with a six-speed automatic transmission. The base engine on the Ford Transit Connect is a 2.0L, four-cylinder gasoline engine. You have the option of upgrading to a 2.5L, four-cylinder gasoline engine or a diesel engine instead. Front-wheel drive is standard on all three trims. The base trim comes with a six-speed automatic transmission and an available eight-speed automatic transmission, while the two higher trim levels come with an eight-speed automatic transmission instead. Front-wheel drive is the only drivetrain offered on the Ford Transit Connect. On both models, an optional engine block heater makes towing and hauling safer and less taxing on the engine.

Available Safety Features

2019 Ford Transit & Transit Connect Exterior RearAlthough they might stand out for their power and impressive utilitarian conveniences, both the 2019 Ford Transit and Ford Transit Connect are equipped with a number of standard and available safety features, too. Standard amenities on the Ford Transit include seat belts throughout the cabin for both front seat and backseat occupants. Side-curtain airbags, provided through a special safety canopy system, offer protection in case of a side impact. Anti-lock disc brakes and a tire pressure monitoring system are standard, while you can add on a number of driver-assist safety features. The Ford Transit Connect gets more standard safety technology in 2019, which now includes forward collision avoidance with pedestrian detection. Other safety features in the Ford Transit Connect include a backup camera, trailer sway control, and tire pressure monitoring.

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