2021 Ford Transit Connect Exterior

What's New For the 2021 Ford Transit Connect?

The 2021 Ford Transit Connect mostly gets upgrades to its safety system. Now you can get a few more safety features on both the cargo and passenger van versions of the Ford Transit Connect. The Transit Connect now adds adaptive cruise control with lane-keep assist. The Transit Connect is a practical but compact vehicle that comes with various safety features and can be personalized in many ways. The Ford Transit Connect even has the option of natural gas or propane conversion with the larger 2.5L engine. You can fit up to two people with the cargo van, while the passenger van seats seven individuals. Wheelbase variations are also available for the Transit Connect.

2021 Transit Connect Has Abundant Features

Both the cargo and passenger editions of the Ford Transit Connect have three trims. The first trim level for both is called the XL. The XL seats two in the cargo van version. Its outside mirrors are manually adjustable, and it comes with durable vinyl floors. The base trim is equipped with a 4.2-inch central display screen. Bluetooth and smartphone pairing are standard on the base trim. The first trim gets a single USB charging port, while multiple USB charging ports are added, starting with the second trim level called the XLT.

The XLT also gets carpeted floors, and it comes with dual-zone climate control. The XLT gets Ford's Co-Pilot 360 suite of safety aids as well. A slightly larger 6.5-inch infotainment display is standard on the XLT. Starting with the second trim, you will also get Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The top trim is the Titanium. The Titanium has leather seats for all seven occupants. Keyless entry is standard for this trim level, and it adds a remote start. An integrated navigation system is also standard for the Titanium.

2021 Ford Transit Connect Interior

What's Under the Hood of the Transit Connect?

The 2021 Ford Transit gets one of two engines depending on the trim and configuration that you choose. The first engine is a 2.0L gasoline engine. Powered by this engine, the Ford Transit Connect delivers just over 160 HP and 145 LB-FT of torque. This engine is a four-cylinder. The second engine, which is also a four-cylinder, has a slightly higher power output of about 170 HP. This engine creates 177 LB-FT of torque as well. An automatic transmission is standard.

Ford Transit Connect Safety Features

Pedestrian detection, side-wind stabilization, and automatic emergency braking are standard safety features. Starting with the second trim, you can also get Ford's CoPilot360 suite of advanced safety aids.

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