The Transit Connect provides a whole new option for wheelchair van passengers and caregivers. It’s sleek European style and ample interior space may be just what you’re looking for in today’s accessible van market.
For many people however, fuel economy might be its strongest selling feature. The 2010 Ford Transit Connect delivers 22 mpg city and 25 mpg highway. Not only are these vehicles economically impressive but also economically priced.
The Transit Connect is a front-wheel drive vehicle and comes in XL and XLT trim levels. It has sliding side doors in the rear like a minivan and two rear folding doors similar to a commercial van.
The power train comes with a 136 horsepower 2.0 L, 4cylinder engine with a 4-speed automatic transmission.
Its safety features include ABS, traction control, an anti-skid system and front-side airbags. they are also meet the crash test and safety requirements set forth by all federal regulation and state DOT requirements. As a member of the National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association (NMEDA) and their Quality Assurance Program (QAP), we are able to provide and safe and affordable wheelchair van that meets our customers’ needs.
- Overall height – 79.25″
- Overall vehicle length – 181″
- Rear Door Opening Height – 59.5″
- Rear Door Opening Width – 50.5″
- Interior Height (mid-section) – 58.5″
- Platform Interior Length – 49.5″
- Ramp Width – 31″
- Ramp Length – 65″
- Ramp Angle of Approach – 9 degrees
Transit Connect XLT Features
- Power Mirrors, Windows, Locks
- Cloth Interior
- Folding 2nd Row, 60/40 Split 3-Passenger Seating
- Cargo Side and Rear Privacy Glass
- 2.0 L DOHC 136 HP Engine
- 4-Speed Automatic Transmission
- Advance Trac with RSC (Roll Stability Control)
- P205/65R15 Tires w/Spare
- Cruise Control
- Front Overhead Storage
- Power Adjustable, Heated Side view Mirrors
- AM/FM Stereo w/Single-CD and Audio Input Jack
- Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes with Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
- 15.4 Gallon Capacity Fuel Tank