Used 2016 FordTransit Connect XL Van Cargo Van

  • VIN: NM0LS6E74G1244185
  • Stock: 18751G



Odometer
53,612 miles
Fuel Economy
20.0/28.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Frozen White
Interior Color
Other
Body/Seating
Van Cargo Van/2 seats
Transmission
6 speed automatic
Drivetrain
front-wheel
Engine
2.5L I-4 cyl
Ford Transit Connect
  • Carfax One Owner

Highlighted Features

  • Perimeter/approach lights
  • Remote keyless entry

Included Packages & Options

Included Options
  • 1470lbs. Maximum Payload
  • 150 Amp Alternator
  • Manual Adjustable Front Head Restraints
  • Black Side Windows Trim and Black Front Windshield Trim
  • Seats w/Vinyl Back Material
  • Manual Air Conditioning
  • ABS And Driveline Traction Control
  • Fully Galvanized Steel Panels
  • Radio: AM/FM Stereo Receiver w/2-Speakers -inc: audio input jack
  • Single Stainless Steel Exhaust
  • Engine Immobilizer
  • 15.8 Gal. Fuel Tank
  • Glove Box
  • 1 Seatback Storage Pocket
  • Gauges -inc: Speedometer Odometer Engine Coolant Temp Tachometer and Trip Odometer
  • Black Door Handles
  • Electric Power-Assist Steering
  • Curtain 1st Row Airbags
  • Perimeter/Approach Lights
  • Remote Keyless Entry w/Integrated Key Transmitter and Illuminated Entry
  • Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Front Airbags
  • Transmission w/SelectShift Sequential Shift Control
  • Airbag Occupancy Sensor
  • Sliding Rear Doors
  • 3.21 Axle Ratio
  • Gray Rear Bumper
  • Tailgate/Rear Door Lock Included w/Power Door Locks
  • Engine: 2.5L Duratec I4 -inc: Flexible Fuel Vehicle (FFV) system is standard equipment for vehicles shipped to Federal Emissions States or Cross Border State dealers and is only available w/a Federal emissions system (FFV system not available w/code 425 and requires code 936 or 423 if applicable for California Emissions State dealer destinations)
  • Redundant Digital Speedometer
  • 4-Way Passenger Seat
  • Low Tire Pressure Warning
  • Power 1st Row Windows w/Driver 1-Touch Down
  • Cargo Space Lights
  • Power Door Locks w/Autolock Feature
  • Cloth Door Trim Insert
  • Vinyl Front Bucket Seats -inc: driver and passenger manual 4-way adjustment (fore/aft lever recline) w/passenger fold-flat back
  • AdvanceTrac w/Roll Stability Control Electronic Stability Control (ESC) And Roll Stability Control (RSC)
  • Radio w/Seek-Scan and Clock
  • Outboard Front Lap And Shoulder Safety Belts -inc: Height Adjusters and Pretensioners
  • Front Cloth Headliner
  • Integrated Roof Antenna
  • Driver Foot Rest
  • 1 12V DC Power Outlet
  • Wheels: 16" x 6.5" Steel w/XL Full Wheel Covers
  • Manual Tilt/Telescoping Steering Column
  • Outside Temp Gauge
  • Delay Off Interior Lighting
  • GVWR: 5020 lbs
  • Vinyl/Rubber Floor Trim
  • 4-Wheel Disc Brakes w/4-Wheel ABS Front Vented Discs Brake Assist and Hill Hold Control
  • Front Only Vinyl/Rubber Floor Covering
  • Gray Bodyside Moldings
  • 4-Way Driver Seat
  • Full Floor Console w/Storage Full Overhead Console w/Storage and 1 12V DC Power Outlet
  • Transmission: 6-Speed SelectShift Automatic
  • Gray Front Bumper
  • Side Impact Beams
  • Steel Spare Wheel
  • Black Manual Side Mirrors w/Convex Spotter and Manual Folding
  • Front Cupholder
  • Front And Rear Anti-Roll Bars
  • Torsion Beam Rear Suspension w/Coil Springs
  • Aero-Composite Halogen Headlamps
  • Split Swing-Out Rear Cargo Access
  • Gas-Pressurized Shock Absorbers
  • Strut Front Suspension w/Coil Springs
  • Analog Display
  • Gray Grille
  • Driver And Passenger Door Bins
  • 60-Amp/Hr 590CCA Maintenance-Free Battery w/Run Down Protection
  • Urethane Gear Shift Knob
  • Tires: P215/55R16 97H XL AS -inc: full-size spare
  • Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Seat-Mounted Side Airbags
  • Front Center Armrest w/Storage
  • Delayed Accessory Power
  • Clearcoat Paint
  • Front-Wheel Drive
  • Variable Intermittent Wipers
  • Spare Tire Stored Underbody w/Crankdown

Standard Specifications

Dealer Notes

The 2016 Ford Transit Connect can be a smart choice for small business owners or families seeking a lower-cost, more maneuverable alternative to full-size cargo vans or minivans. Ford's Transit Connect has long been a hit outside the United States, where small vans are among the most popular vehicles. These vans make it fairly easy to cope with crowded, narrow streets, cramped parking spaces and fuel prices that would make most U.S. motorists blanche. Now stateside shoppers are beginning to discover the virtues of small. For several years, Ford was pretty much alone in offering its compact Transit Connect cargo van and passenger wagon. Several competitors arrived last year, but the 2016 Ford Transit Connect van and wagon remain excellent choices for families and for small-business owners looking to downsize from a full-size van. Families needing to carry people will find the 2016 Ford Transit Connect wagon pretty useful. It can seat five or seven, depending on which wheelbase you select, and headroom and legroom are plentiful, even for adults. It's a great option if space and affordability are your priorities. But compared with more conventional minivans, the Transit Connect is bound to feel a bit bare-bones, whether you're looking at its so-so interior plastics or its relatively modest list of amenities. Commercial users will find more to like. The Transit Connect van comes in several different configurations, with two available wheelbases and two available, moderately fuel-efficient engines. Ford has pre-drilled holes to allow for easy setup of shelving and storage units, and if you have a lot of cargo, the Transit Connect can haul up to 1,600 pounds or tow up to 2,000 pounds. The 2016 Ford Transit Connect is a compact commercial minivan offered in cargo van and passenger wagon body styles, each with two different wheelbases. There are three available trim levels: XL, XLT and Titanium (wagon only). The XLT wagon seats five or seven, depending on which wheelbase you select, while seven-passenger seating is standard on the XL and Titanium. All versions have dual sliding rear doors and give you a choice between swing-out cargo doors or an overhead liftgate. Base standard equipment on the XL cargo van includes 16-inch steel wheels, gray grille/bumpers/side moldings, keyless entry, air-conditioning, vinyl upholstery and floor coverings, built-in cargo tie-down hooks, an overhead storage shelf, a fold-flat front passenger seat, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, power front windows, power door locks and a two-speaker sound system with an auxiliary audio input jack. The XL wagon version comes with the same standard equipment, but is long-wheelbase only and adds second- and third-row seats, two rear speakers for the stereo, rear climate controls and power second-row windows. Stepping up to the XLT cargo van gets you body-color bumpers, foglights, power-adjustable heated mirrors, rear privacy glass, cloth upholstery, driver lumbar adjustment, a passenger vanity mirror, a multifunction display, cruise control and a CD player. The XLT wagon comes in short- or long-wheelbase styles, mirrors the XLT cargo's equipment and adds a rearview camera and a thicker acoustic windshield. Rear climate controls aren't available on the short-wheelbase XLT wagon. The top-of-the-line Titanium wagon adds 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights, adaptive cornering foglights, rain-sensing wipers, power-folding mirrors, chrome exterior trim, dual-zone automatic climate control, leather upholstery, a six-way power driver seat, heated front seats, an auto-dimming rearview mirror with built-in compass, four front speakers for the sound system and Ford's voice-controlled Sync system. The 2016 Ford Transit Connect comes with two engines choices. A 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that delivers 169 horsepower and 171 pound-feet of torque is standard in all models. A turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder good for 178 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque is an option on all variants except the long-wheelbase wagon. Power from either engine is sent to the front wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission. The EPA's estimated fuel economy for the cargo van with the 2.5-liter engine is 23 mpg combined (20 city/28 highway). The wagon is rated lower, at 22 mpg combined (19/27), which is only barely better than you'd get with a larger V6-equipped minivan. Opting for the turbocharged 1.6-liter engine gets you an estimated 25 mpg combined (22/30) with both the cargo van and the wagon. The 2016 Ford Transit Connect's standard safety features include antilock brakes, traction and stability control, hill start assist, and front seat side and side curtain airbags. Front and rear parking sensors, daytime running lights, a blind spot and cross-traffic warning system and a rearview camera are available as options on various models. The optional Ford Sync and Sync with MyFord Touch systems includes an emergency crash notification feature that automatically dials 911 when paired with a compatible cell phone. Ford's MyKey system, which can be used to set certain parameters for various drivers (think teens, valets or employees), is also optional. In government crash tests, the 2016 Transit Connect wagon earned five out of five stars for overall crash protection, with four stars for frontal crash protection and five stars for side crash protection. Although the 2016 Ford Transit Connect lacks the get-up-and-go of V6-powered traditional minivans, it feels much lighter and a lot more agile around town. Those are characteristics that are equally useful for large families and for delivery drivers needing to get in and out of tight spaces. They may even trump the regulation minivan's greater power. If you live in the city or frequently travel on tight rural roads, the Transit Connect will feel like an athlete compared with a Honda Odyssey. We recommend getting the punchier and more efficient turbocharged engine, but unfortunately, it isn't available on the seven-passenger wagon models that are most attractive to non-commercial buyers. The steering is particularly praiseworthy, offering the just-right effort and impressive road feel found in other Ford vehicles. With the Transit Connect, flexibility is paramount. The wagon -- particularly the seven-passenger long-wheelbase model -- can be used as a family vehicle. Granted, the second-row seat doesn't recline or slide, and folding both the second and third rows of seats takes an extra step compared with most minivans, but space in both rows is just as good (and sometimes better), especially the headroom. The Titanium trim's leather upholstery and advanced technology should please its owners at a price point that significantly undercuts similarly priced rivals. If it's cargo you're looking to haul, the short-wheelbase cargo van offers 103.9 cubic feet behind the front seats, while the long-wheelbase version's larger cargo hold can swallow 128.6 cubic feet. This is less than a regular minivan, but still much better than a large crossover. Even more capacity is available thanks to the fold-flat front passenger seat. Cargo room in the wagon models is reduced, but if the seats are folded, the short-wheelbase wagon offers a maximum of 77.1 cubic feet and the long-wheelbase models offer 104.2 cubic feet. Although the Transit Connect has a much larger windshield and dashboard than its siblings, the Ford Escape and C-Max, from the driver seat it could easily be either. The distinctive dash design is virtually identical, with climate controls below clearly separated from the infotainment controls above. The optional MyFord Touch system has received its fair share of complaints for its usability and electronic glitches, but these have mostly been corrected with software updates, and MyFord Touch is now easier to use than in years past. Buyer to verify all equipment stated for accuracy before purchase. Second key, floor mats, and owners manual may not be available on all pre-owned vehicles. Not responsible for typos.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.3Out of 5
  • Excellent little cargo van.

    By GreyGhost on Thursday, August 02, 2018

    5.0
    Used it mostly for fishing and it proved to be very reliable and ideal for what I used it for. Only drawback is the limited visibility when you are driving and you need to look in mirrors to see behind you.
  • Much better than all the others!

    By roadwarrior on Tuesday, September 13, 2016

    5.0
    Tried one of each of the major manufacturers and settled on this one early in 2014. Have run it hard and it has worked flawlessly. Carry a lot of equipment and run the AC non stop. Never over heated like our nv did and still gets great fuel mileage. Got the 2.5 six speed auto which works really good on heavy loads. Blower is powerful for the AC and heater and no issues with electronics. All in all it's been one of the most dependable work trucks I have owned. Would like a more comfortable seat but that's because I sit in it 10-12 hours a day! Plenty of headroom. Good van.
  • Great Van for Value

    By Ford Driver on Sunday, November 22, 2015

    5.0
    We have owned 2 Toyota Sienna vans back to back over last 13 years. We enjoyed them but needed a smaller foot print van with seating for 7 to move overseas. We bought an XLT with basically all the upgrades new this summer for under $26k! My Sienna was loaded new in 2006 and it was $42k. Hence a huge price difference, but there are a few trades. Yes, its a smaller van and even loaded it doesn't have all the same "luxury" a loaded Sienna has....but I will admit that nearly every Sienna power seat folding seat and electric sliding door in the van failed beyond repair at the 7 year mark, so I wasn't ready to go thru that again and the Transit being manual was fine with me this time!! We drive it loaded with our five kids and it has fine acceleration and handles like a sedan not a van actually. It is space limited for bags and stuff when all 7 seats are full, but we threw a Yakima box on top for trips and baggage...no problem. Gas economy is good, but you will find yourself at the pump on trips more often because it has a smaller gas tank, not bad MPG. The big back gate door is a bit of effort to close, so you may consider the clam shell rear door version. But the big door is nice unloading in the rain, big canopy effect. The panoramic sunroof is huge and the family loves it. Voice commanded climate system is nice. But Nav system isn't compatible with European ford maps (all fords have this issue). Stateside XM real time WX radar imaging is very cool! It showed us a huge storm front approaching before we got to it and we avoided bad weather in hwy. Lastly, getting into back seat is a bit cumbersome to fold seat each time for little guys, but the full folding flat cargo space with high ceiling is awesome to load stuff into it to haul around!!! Bottom line....for under $30k loaded "un-mini van" that drives like a sedan you cant beat it!

* The advertised price does not include sales tax, vehicle registration fees, other fees required by law, finance charges and any documentation charges. A negotiable administration fee, up to $115, may be added to the price of the vehicle.

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