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2019 Ford Transit Van T-150 130 Low Rf 8600 GVWR Swing-Out RH Dr

2019 Ford Transit

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2019 Ford Transit Connect Van XL SWB w:Rear Symmetrical Doors

2019 Ford Transit Connect

2019 Ford Transit vs. 2019 Ford Transit Connect

2019 Ford Transit

vs.

2019 Ford Transit Connect
Up to 147.6 inches

Wheelbase

120.6 inches
Up to 110 inches

Roof Height

72 inches
Up to 542.2 cubic feet

Max. Cargo Capacity

Up to 145.8 cubic feet
310 hp

Max. Horsepower

169 hp
400 lb-ft

Max. Torque

171 lb-ft

If you’re shopping for a Ford cargo van, you have two options: the Ford Transit and the Ford Transit Connect. Both offer Milwaukee area drivers plenty of power and cargo volume, but there are fundamental differences that will impact what you can do with yours. Read on to explore — in brief — the differences between the two then contact Badger Truck Center to compare them in person.


2019 Transit vs. Transit Connect: Dimensions

Both vans come in a range of layouts that allow Green Bay drivers to customize to suit their organization’s needs:

  • Ford Transit: The larger transit van has two wheelbases — 129.9 and 147.6 inches — and five roof heights: 83.6, 100.7, 100.8, 109.4, and 110 inches. Thanks to this adaptive design, drivers can look forward to interior cargo capacity ranging from 285 cubic feet all the way up to 542.2 cubic feet.
  • Ford Transit Connect: The Transit Connect is more compact, offering wheelbases of 104.8 and 120.6 inches, and just one roof height of 72 inches, making it ideal for tighter urban spaces. The Connect can be outfitted with seven seats for those who want a people-mover, and an open cargo area offering up to 145.8 cubic feet of potential cargo volume.
2019 Ford Transit Interior

2019 Transit vs. Transit Connect: Performance

Each van offers potent engines, including powerful diesel options, but there are differences here as well:

  • Ford Transit: Chicago businesses have three engine options to choose from with the Transit, including the 3.7L V6 engine capable of 275 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque, the 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine offering 310 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque, and a 3.2L I5 Diesel that generates 185 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque.
  • Ford Transit Connect: The Transit Connect is powered by either the new 1.5L EcoBlue turbodiesel (specs not available), the 2.0L gasoline engine capable of 162 hp and 144 lb-ft of torque, or the 2.5L Duratec I-4 gasoline engine that outputs 169 hp and 171 lb-ft of torque.

Both deliver more than enough power for most Madison businesses to tackle the new mobile marketplace with confidence.

 
2019 Ford Transit Connect on the road

Test Drive a Ford Van at Badger Truck Center in Milwaukee!

To see either of these capable vans in action or to see how they compare to a similarly equipped pickup, contact us at Badger Truck Center and schedule a test drive near Green Bay today!


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