Just the Facts: 2019 Ford 2019 Transit Connect Minivan

2019 Ford Transit Connect - Ford Minivan

Buckle Up for All the Facts on the Ford Transit Connect Minivan

We’ve shown you around the 2019 Ford Transit Connect. Now, let’s take a closer look at what makes the this minivan such a great option for families and those who travel.

See What We Loved About the 2019 Ford Transit Connect 

2019 Ford Transit Connect Ford Minivan Facts

Charging ports and rear climate controls for AC and heat. ? Erica Mueller

Who This Van is For

  • Mid-size to large families who need seating for 5-7 people.
  • Families or couples with large dogs who like to come along for the ride
  • Singles or couples who like to travel and might like to turn this little van into a home-away-from-home.
  • Singles or couples who surf, ski, bike or participate in other sports which use large gear.
  • Mature couples who need the ease of entry and exit that comes with a minivan.
2019 Ford Transit Connect Front Seats

We love the simple, two-toned interior of this Ford Minivan. ? Erica Mueller

Ford Minivan Facts: What You Need to Know About the Transit Connect

  • 2.0L Engine
  • 8-speed automatic transmission
  • 24 MPG city / 29 MPG HWY
  • Dual sliding doors
  • Fog lamps
  • Automatic on/off headlamps
  • Power, heated, manual fold exterior mirrors
  • Tilt/telescopic steering
  • Rain sensing wipers
  • 6-way power driver’s seat
  • auto-dim rearview mirror
  • Dual-zone climate control
  • Overhead storage shelf
  • 12V power points (3)
  • USB ports (2)
  • Wireless charging pad
  • Fordpass Connect enabled
  • Wifi Hotspot enabled
  • Front-wheel drive
  • 15.8-gallon fuel tank
  • Hill-start assist
  • Pre-collision assist with automatic breaking
  • Rear-view camera + reverse sensing system
  • Blindspot monitor and alert
  • Remote keyless entry


  • 3yr/36k mi bumper to bumper
  • 5yr/60k mi powertrain
  • 5yr/60k mi roadside assist

Pricing and Packaging: Ford Minivan Facts

The XL Passenger Wagon starts at $26,845.

XLT Passenger Wagon starts at $28,480. This is the model we drove. It came configured for 7 passengers, had the liftgate on the back, and a few extras including the 60/40 split bench in the second row, 16″ aluminum wheels, adaptive cruise and blind-spot alert, keyless entry and start, and nicer headlamps. The van we drove totaled out at $34,195 thanks to these extras.

The Titanium Passenger Wagon starts at $31,595.

Disclosure: Ford provided the 2019 Transit Connect for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Ford Minivan Monroney

Click to enlarge for more detail.

A web developer, digital marketing consultant, auto journalist, truck expert, photographer and lover of gadgets, Erica is a textbook... More about Erica Mueller