In late 2018, the 1.0-litre engines were phased out in favour of newer 1.5-litre EcoBlue turbodiesel engines, delivering 120hp. At the same time, Ford dropped the basic five-speed manual gearbox, giving the Transit Connect six speeds right across the range - helping to make it even quieter on the move.
Regardless of size, the diesel engines we’ve driven have proved surprisingly smooth, refined and quiet. There’s enough poke on offer to easily transport half-laden test vans (including two front occupants) thanks to a decent wave of torque.
The steering also feels more assured with the heavier diesel compared to the lighter petrol models, which makes them better suited to higher speed A- and B-road use.
This van boats parking sensors, DAB radio, Bluetooth connectivity, Alloy wheels and the balance of the Ford Warranty.
Yours for just £13,995.00 + VAT
- Part exchange welcome
- Finance arranged locally
With a showroom full of ex leased vehicles now in stock, customers are welcome to test drive before you lease or buy any outright!