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About the Ford Transit Connect XLT

Vehicle Summary

Do you need a vehicle capable of hauling supplies, orders, or people, but also want it to still fit into your urban neighborhood? The 2014 to 2020 Ford Transit Connect XLT is a smaller Cargo Van or Passenger Wagon sized down to match your burgeoning business requirements while delivering added function and comforts. Its low step-in height is under two feet, taking the stress out of loading up for the day. Even though it may be more compact, it can easily receive your choice of upfits to better support your contracting, construction, catering, or delivery company. As the mid-level trim, the XLT brings upscale amenities onboard the Ford Transit Connect such as heated side mirrors, a power driver's seat, carpeting, and smartphone integration. Slide items up to 76 inches long, 49 inches high, and 48 inches wide into the roomy cargo space, or opt for three row seating for up to seven.

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Q: How big is the Ford Transit Connect XLT?

A: The Transit Connect is designed for small businesses serving an urban are with, on the 2018 model, a wheelbase of 104.8 inches or 120.6 inches and maximum cargo capacity of 149 cubic feet on the long wheelbase (LWB).

Q: Is the Ford Transit Connect XLT a commercial or family van?

A: The Passenger Wagon with the LWB is able to seat up to seven in three rows with dual-sliding doors, so it can easily be used as a family wagon. However, the available upfits and finishing touches are geared toward commercial use.

Q: Is the Ford Transit Connect XLT right for my small business?

A: A variety of available standard upfit kits are offered that provide a popular mix of shelves and storage for the Cargo Van that work well with plumbers, HVAC, contractors, and catering. However, you are always able to customize the interior to suit your specific requirements.

Q: What is the difference between the Ford Transit Connect XLT Passenger Wagon and Cargo Van?

A: The most notable difference is that the Passenger Wagon comes with tinted side windows instead of solid panels. The SWB Passenger Wagon includes two rows of seats, the LWB Passenger Wagon offers three-row seating, while the Cargo Van only arrives with room for two passengers.

Q: Can the Ford Transit Connect XLT tow my utility trailer?

A: The 2018 Transit Connect with front-wheel drive, 2.5L engine, and six-speed automatic transmission is able to tow a maximum of 2,000 pounds when properly equipped.1

1Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.

Ford Transit Connect XLT Popular Features

The Ford Transit Connect is a family of compact commercial vans that have been helping small businesses get it done since 2009. Available as a Cargo Van or Passenger Wagon, this model is now in its second generation that rolled out to showrooms for model year 2014. The Ford Transit Connect XLT is the mid-range trim level that adds a few comforts and functional conveniences to the base model. Each 2018 Transit Connect short wheelbase is ready to zip through city traffic using the 2.5L four-cylinder engine and earning an EPA-estimated 23 mpg combined city/highway.2 The available long wheelbase adds an extra 16 inches, improving capacity while still able to fit down alleys and pull up curbside without causing a traffic jam. Dual side sliding doors and your choice of a split 180-degree rear hinged door or liftgate give you access to its cavernous rear cabin. You are able to load full pallets in the back with a maximum width between wheel wells of 48.3 inches. The near-vertical rear walls are prepped to receive shelving, seating, and/or wiring to accommodate your mobile business.

What sets the XLT apart from the base XT for model years 2014-2020 are roof rails, fog lamps, automatic headlights, and heated power side mirrors with manual foldaway. A rearview camera helps you back up to loading docks without incident, and body color bumpers and door handles give the XLT a more polished appearance. Inside, the driver is treated to a power seat, power windows, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. The SYNC® infotainment system makes placing a hands-free call a snap using Bluetooth® technology, your smartphone, and the standard USB charging port. Carpeted mats give the interior a more welcoming feel while overhead front storage and rear lighting complete its upgraded amenities. Rain-sensing wipers help to maintain a clear view while making a run on stormy days.

The Ford Transit Connect XLT features the MyKey® system, allowing you to set a top speed, maximum volume levels, and require seat belt use to promote more responsible operation by your drivers. Second-row seats are available as fold-and tumble for easier storage when you need extra room for supplies instead of people or as fold-flat bucket seats. Additionally, a Titanium trim level is available on the Passenger Wagon that can be upgraded to include blind spot detection and a reverse sensing system.

2Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See

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