There once was a point in time, not that long ago actually, when work vans were rather bleak modes of transportation -- all function, no form. After all, why add any amenities if all you're looking to do is haul cargo around town, or passengers from one location to another? Thank goodness, then, that Ford offers the counterargument provided by the Transit Connect van. Offering the capability to move either people or packages, the Ford Transit Connect still features the up-to-date touches today's drivers want.

Any of the five offered trim levels can be set up in either a short or long wheelbase build to suit your particular needs. Cargo capacity does vary depending upon the wheelbase you select, but both options provide more than enough room to get the job done. When the seats are folded flat, short wheelbase versions feature 77.1 cubic feet of cargo space; long wheelbase models deliver 104.2 cubic feet of room.

When you set the Transit Connect up to carry your valued passengers, you have a choice of seating configurations that allow you to ferry five, six or even seven people. When it's time to haul packages, the rows of seats fold flat to present an even floor, making loading easier. Speaking of easy loading, the Transit Connect comes with standard dual sliding doors and your choice of either rear cargo doors or a liftgate.

No matter what tasks you put your Transit Connect to, you'll likely want to opt for the available SYNC® 3 infotainment system that makes use of voice-activated technology to access music, contacts and more.

If you'd like to learn more about the Ford Transit Connect van, contact Suburban Ford of Ferndale and speak with one of our team members.

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