2019 Ford® Transit Connect Passenger Wagon | Versatility Features | Ford.com

Transit Connect Wagon



Whether you’re transporting cargo, carrying passengers or doing both, the Transit Connect Passenger Wagon can handle it. Take your pick of short- or long-wheelbase models. Short-wheelbase models can seat up to five passengers, while the long-wheelbase passenger wagon can accommodate up to seven. Also, the seat comfort in both the first and second rows has been enhanced with refined material, cushioning and stitching. Add to that its ability to get you in, around, between or out of tight spaces, and you’ve got a vehicle versatile and flexible enough to keep up with everything life might throw your way.
Transit connect passenger wagon in kapoor red at the lake


Take your pick of short- or long-wheelbase models. Short-wheelbase models can seat up to five passengers, while the long-wheelbase passenger wagon can accommodate up to seven. New for 2019 is a standard six-way manual driver seat and second-row fold-flat bucket seats that are standard on long-wheelbase wagons. Second-row 60/40 bench seats are standard on short-wheelbase wagons and available on long-wheelbase wagons. Plus, Transit Connect Passenger Wagon has class-exclusive third row seating.*
*Class is Small Vans based on Ford segmentation.
Spacious interior of transit connect passenger wagon
Transit connect passenger wagon in kapoor red on the road


Coupled with an efficient 8-speed automatic transmission, the standard 2.0L GDI I-4 engine provides plenty of power. For an added degree of performance, a direct-injected 1.5L EcoBlue® Diesel is available.* With either engine, standard Auto Start-Stop Technology also potentially reduces fuel consumption and vehicle emissions during city driving – when your vehicle comes to a stop and is idle.
*Late availability.
Flexible fuel options


The new 2.0L gasoline direct-injected engine is engineered to run on E85 (85% ethanol and 15% gasoline), unleaded gasoline or any blend of the two. The new 1.5L EcoBlue® Diesel engine* can operate on any blend of up to 20% biodiesel and 80% petroleum diesel (a mix known as B20). Both biodiesel and ethanol are cleaner burning and more renewable than conventional fuels.

*Late availability.


Transit Connect Passenger Wagons are available in short-wheelbase or long-wheelbase versions. The short-wheelbase model features a second row with seats that flip, fold and tumble to provide additional cargo room. The long-wheelbase passenger wagon has three rows of seating with room for six or seven passengers and is available in XL, XLT and Titanium models.
2019 transit passenger wagon with standard dual sliding doors
Rear liftgate on transit connect passenger wagon


To suit your particular needs, Transit Connect Passenger Wagon models offer you the choice of 180-degree 50/50 swing-out rear cargo doors or a rear liftgate. Titanium only comes with a liftgate. Dual sliding side doors are standard.


An available roof rack provides an added degree of cargo capacity to the Transit Connect Passenger Wagon.
Available Roof Rack
Blue metallic transit connect passenger wagon in the city


The Transit Connect Passenger Wagon, especially the short-wheelbase model, is a natural when it comes to maneuvering into small parking spots or navigating around tight spaces. The short-wheelbase models have 38.3 feet of curb-to-curb turning diameter, while the long-wheelbase model has a turning diameter of 40.0 feet.


When the task at hand calls for towing, the Transit Connect comes through with an unsurpassed* towing capacity of up to 2,000 lbs. when equipped with the Trailer Tow Prep Package. Among the included features is trailer sway control linked to the technology of the standard AdvanceTrac® with RSC® (Roll Stability Control).
*Class is Small Vans based on Ford segmentation.
Transit connect passenger wagon towing equipment