8,550  lbs
400  lb-ft torque
Best-in-Class (V6)
246.7 - 542.2  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For The 2019 Transit & Transit Connect

In 2019, the Ford Transit gets minor revisions, while the Ford Transit Connect gets more comprehensive changes. The biggest change in the Ford Transit is the addition of more safety technology to make driving easier and more confidence-inspiring. The Transit also gets a longer wheelbase in the latest model year. The addition of a longer wheelbase provides more space for passengers on the inside, regardless of whether you choose the two-seat or 15-seat passenger option. There are some minor adjustments to trim level amenities too, including more standard technology and conveniences on the lower trim levels. The Ford Transit Connect, meanwhile, gets more significant changes in 2019 to its performance capacity. The Transit Connect is available with three different engines this year, including two gasoline engines and one diesel engine. Like the Transit, the Transit Connect has more standard safety technology in 2019. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are also standard on most trims in 2019.

2019 Ford Transit & Transit Connect Interior

What are the Available Trims and Features for 2019?

The 2019 Ford Transit and Ford Transit Connect are both available in three trim levels. In all three trim levels of the Ford Transit, you have a choice of two wheelbase lengths (regular and extended), and three different heights. A low roof is standard, while you can opt for the medium-height and tall roof if you need more space. Single-zone air conditioning is a basic amenity on the base Transit, while the other two come with dual-zone air conditioning instead. The base Ford Transit seats two passengers, while the others hold up to 15. Hinged doors are standard, but you can select sliding doors if you prefer. Flexible storage arrangements and extra console storage areas complete the Transit's amenities. The Ford Transit Connect has standard dual-zone air conditioning. It comes with a driver's information display and an audio infotainment system, too.

2019 Transit Powertrain Options

2019 Ford Transit & Transit Connect Exterior FrontThe 2019 Ford Transit and Transit Connect both come with gasoline and diesel engine options. The base engine on the Ford Transit is a 3.7L, six-cylinder engine that is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. You can upgrade to a second gasoline engine, which is a 3.5L six-cylinder engine with EcoBoost, which maximizes performance while simultaneously conserving fuel. A 3.2L diesel engine is also an option on all three trim levels. The Transit Connect is powered by a base engine with a 2.0L capacity and four cylinders. A more powerful gasoline engine with a 2.5L capacity and four cylinders is available. You also have the option of getting a diesel engine with the Transit Connect, which is a 1.5L diesel engine. This engine can be equipped with remote start. It also offers an EcoMode to maximize the van's fuel economy. A heavy-duty alternator and available engine block heater are other highlights of the Transit Connect's mechanical system. Front-wheel drive is standard on all three trims, as is an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Safety Features in the Forefront for 2019

2019 Ford Transit & Transit Connect Exterior RearWhile the Ford Transit and Ford Transit Connect might stand out for their power, they do not lag behind when it comes to safety. Both vans have a number of standard safety amenities, including front and side canopy airbags. The Transit includes a backup camera, tire pressure monitoring, and a post-crash alert system. The Ford Transit Connect gets more driver-assist technology, which includes forward collision avoidance with pedestrian detection. In case you are pulling heavy loads, the trailer sway control mechanism provides the van with essential stability. A backup camera is standard on the Ford Transit Connect, as is curve control. Torque vectoring control is included on all three trims, while the various trims have several optional security features as well.

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