2022 Ford Transit Connect Exterior

The 2022 Ford Transit Connect is a good choice for certain people. It can haul big loads pretty well. It is possibly the best choice if you want something to get you where you need to go with little hassle and that won't cost a fortune to operate.

What's New for The 2022 Ford Transit Connect?

More cargo space: The rear doors are hinged at their lower edge rather than the top, allowing a shorter step-in height and a larger opening. A stiffer body structure and improved suspension reduce noise and vibration. There are now two sliding door options rather than one, and they slide open farther to allow more effortless loading of extended objects such as lumber or drywall sheets.

Trims & Features

The 2022 Ford Transit Connect will have five trim levels: XL Cargo Van (base), XLT Cargo Van, XL Passenger Wagon, XLT Passenger Wagon, and Titanium Passenger Wagon (the top-level). There are also two engines, a 2.0L four-cylinder and a 2.5L four-cylinder.

The 2022 Ford Transit Connect base model comes with standard features, including cloth seats, a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration, air conditioning, power windows and locks, and remote keyless entry. The cargo version comes with no rear seats and bulkhead partition, while the passenger version gets seating for five thanks to its second row of seats.

2022 Ford Transit Connect Interior


The 2022 Ford Transit Connect Horsepower gets a new turbocharged 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine with 180 horsepower and 199 lb-ft of torque. The front-wheel drive (FWD) model will now be available with an all-wheel drive (AWD) option. In addition, the Transit Connect has been redesigned and now features a new interior layout and more technology.


The 2022 Ford Transit Connect offers a range of available driver-assist features designed to help you get to your destination with ease. Standard on all models, the Pre-Collision Assist feature with Automatic Emergency Braking scans traffic ahead and can alert you if a collision is detected. The system can even apply the brakes if needed.

Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross-Traffic Alert helps detect when a vehicle enters one of your blind spots, while Reverse Sensing System can alert you of objects seen behind you. With the Ford Co-Pilot360 package, you'll also benefit from Lane-Keeping System, which keeps you centered in your lane.

Visit our dealership

If you are looking for a reliable and economical family vehicle, the Ford Transit Connect could be right up your alley. It gets excellent fuel economy, has plenty of features, and even comes in handy in the winter if you live in an area that sees snow. Even though it's small outside, it still has surprising amounts of space inside to keep both passengers and cargo secure. Just stop by our dealership today to learn more about this vehicle.

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