2010 Ford Transit Connect Wagon Values

Select a 2010 Ford Transit Connect Wagon trim level

2010 model year changes

The Ford Transit Connect is a compact commercial van model, aimed at small-business users--especially those who wouldn't need a cumbersome, expensive full-size hauler. Although the Transit Connect has been sold in Europe for years, it's new model to the U.S. market. With car-based underpinnings, it's quite unlike anything sold in the U.S.

Competitive comparison

Interior space; cargo-carrying ability; available conveniences of a car; manageable size; frugal price and good fuel economy

Special features for 2010

Tremendous cargo space in a compact, economical vehicle is the main selling point for the Transit Connect. Ford says that it has more than double the cargo-carrying space of the Chevy HHR Panel van, and its short 180-inch length should make it nearly as easy to park as a small car. Low operating costs are a strong reason to consider the Transit Connect, as it has fuel economy ratings of up to 24 mpg and has long--for a commercial vehicle--maintenance intervals of 7,500 miles.
For the small business owner who needs to haul more than just cargo, the 2010 Ford Transit Connect Wagon offers all of the capability and efficiency of the standard model along with seating for five. The wagon version includes a folding second row bench for two or three passengers and windows on both side sliding doors. Like its van counterpart, the 2010 Ford Transit Connect Wagon comes standard with safety features including front and side airbags and anti-lock brakes. Roll Stability Control, an optional addition to the van, is also standard on the wagon. The 2010 Ford Transit Connect Wagon starts at $21,135 MSRP.