New 2019 FordTransit Connect XLT

  • VIN: NM0GE9F22K1421029
  • Stock: 19155
Exterior Color
Silver
Interior Color
Black
Body
Wagon
Transmission
8-Speed Automatic
Drivetrain
FWD
Engine
2 I4
Ford Transit Connect

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

MP3 PLAYER, iPOD ADAPTER, KEYLESS ENTRY, REAR VIEW/BACKUP CAMERA, SATELLITE RADIO, PARKING SENSORS, SIRIUS/XM, REAR A/C, DUAL ZONE A/C, STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS, USB/AUX PORTS, CRUISE CONTROL, FOG LIGHTS, AUX AUDIO INPUT, ALLOY WHEELS, POWER MIRRORS, SYNC, TIRE MONITOR, and MORE!!, ABS brakes, Compass, Electronic Stability Control, Front dual zone A/C, Heated door mirrors, Illuminated entry, Low tire pressure warning, Remote keyless entry, Traction control. Priced below KBB Fair Purchase Price! Silver 2019 Ford Transit Connect XLT FWD 8-Speed Automatic I4

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At Hutcheson Ford, It's Not What We Do, It's How We Do It! Call 1.888.694.1983 For More Information!! Price includes: $2,500 - Retail Customer Cash. Exp. 07/01/2019

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.3Out of 5
  • Much better than all the others!

    By roadwarrior on Tuesday, September 13, 2016

    5.0
    Tried one of each of the major manufacturers and settled on this one early in 2014. Have run it hard and it has worked flawlessly. Carry a lot of equipment and run the AC non stop. Never over heated like our nv did and still gets great fuel mileage. Got the 2.5 six speed auto which works really good on heavy loads. Blower is powerful for the AC and heater and no issues with electronics. All in all it's been one of the most dependable work trucks I have owned. Would like a more comfortable seat but that's because I sit in it 10-12 hours a day! Plenty of headroom. Good van.
  • Great Van for Value

    By Ford Driver on Sunday, November 22, 2015

    5.0
    We have owned 2 Toyota Sienna vans back to back over last 13 years. We enjoyed them but needed a smaller foot print van with seating for 7 to move overseas. We bought an XLT with basically all the upgrades new this summer for under $26k! My Sienna was loaded new in 2006 and it was $42k. Hence a huge price difference, but there are a few trades. Yes, its a smaller van and even loaded it doesn't have all the same "luxury" a loaded Sienna has....but I will admit that nearly every Sienna power seat folding seat and electric sliding door in the van failed beyond repair at the 7 year mark, so I wasn't ready to go thru that again and the Transit being manual was fine with me this time!! We drive it loaded with our five kids and it has fine acceleration and handles like a sedan not a van actually. It is space limited for bags and stuff when all 7 seats are full, but we threw a Yakima box on top for trips and baggage...no problem. Gas economy is good, but you will find yourself at the pump on trips more often because it has a smaller gas tank, not bad MPG. The big back gate door is a bit of effort to close, so you may consider the clam shell rear door version. But the big door is nice unloading in the rain, big canopy effect. The panoramic sunroof is huge and the family loves it. Voice commanded climate system is nice. But Nav system isn't compatible with European ford maps (all fords have this issue). Stateside XM real time WX radar imaging is very cool! It showed us a huge storm front approaching before we got to it and we avoided bad weather in hwy. Lastly, getting into back seat is a bit cumbersome to fold seat each time for little guys, but the full folding flat cargo space with high ceiling is awesome to load stuff into it to haul around!!! Bottom line....for under $30k loaded "un-mini van" that drives like a sedan you cant beat it!
  • Small efficient vehicle that is so versitle.

    By MK on Monday, October 24, 2016

    5.0
    My wife and I both like it. We ask if we want a different vehicle after a couple years and the answer is no. It hauls people and furniture while being easy to park and get good mileage. We even used it to pull a motorcycle and utility trailer.

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