2012 Ford Transit Connect Wagon Values

Select a 2012 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trim level

2012 model year changes

Very little has changed regarding Ford's Transit Connect, which was introduced in a new Passenger Wagon variant last year. The 2012 Ford Transit Connect Wagon is a version of the Transit Connect commercial vehicle that's been configured for passenger duty. Compared to the cargo version it adds seating for five passengers, an improved interior, and a number of other changes geared toward passenger use.

Competitive comparison

Cargo capacity and flexibility; fuel-efficient powertrain; handles like a small car; maneuverability and parking ease

Special features for 2012

Whether you consider the versions specially configured for passengers or cargo duty, there's really not much else out there competing with the 2012 Ford Transit Connect. Good fuel economy, excellent maneuverability and parking ease are all reasons to consider the Transit Connect Wagon over a used truck-based commercial van, for instance, and it's an excellent pick for urban small-business owners who need to transport a combination of passengers and cargo.
Available only in a XLT trim level, the 2012 Transit Connect Wagon provides seating for up to five passengers with plenty of room for cargo. Cruise control, air conditioning, power windows and a four-speaker AM-FM stereo system with audio input jack are included on the 2012 Ford Transit Connect Wagon. The 2012 Transit Connect Wagon’s XLT Premium Edition naturally illuminates the cabin with 3rd row windows. Optional equipment available on the 2012 Ford Transit Connect Wagon includes a Nokia Bluetooth system, daytime running lights, reverse sensing system, and rear view camera. A front-wheel drive vehicle, the 2012 Transit Connect Wagon’s 2-liter inline-4 engine can be matched with gasoline, liquid propane gas and compressed natural gas. Generating 136 horsepower, the engine matched with a four-speed automatic transmission produces fuel economy averaging 23 miles per gallon in through combined city and highway driving.