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Ford Transit Connect (incl. Wagon)

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You can find 23 different trims for the Ford Transit Connect (incl. Wagon) and their corresponding recommended coolant type.

The years available stretch from 2010 through to 2024 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.

The Transit Connect was first released in 2002. Since that time, a total of three generations of the compact minivan have been released onto the various markets. The latest of these was unveiled in 2021.

This latest version represented a big change from the original series as it is essentially a rebadged version of the Volkswagen Caddy.

As its name suggests, the Connect sits within Ford’s Transit series, like the Courier and Custom. In terms of sizing, it sits in the middle of these two siblings.

Of course, this has meant that there is some competition between these Transit models. Rivals from outside manufacturers have typically come from the likes of the Citroën Berlingo and Fiat Doblo Cargo. It has also faced a lot of comparisons to its twin, the VW Caddy.

Similar to a number of Ford models, the Transit Connect has been offered with three fairly standard trim packages. These consist of the base XL, followed by the XLT, and the Titanium.

Ford has also released the X-Press and Connect Electric. These are all special editions that came into the market in 2004 and 2009 respectively. Of course, the Connect Electric is a fully-electric version of the model.

Interestingly, the X-Press was fitted with the same engine found in the Ford Focus RS model to give it better performance.

Petrol engines in the latest generation range from a 1.0 L inline-3 through to a 2.5 L inline-4. Diesel models are fitted with either a 1.5 L or a 1.5 L inline-4. Of course, both diesel engines are turbocharged.

In 2022, Ford announced that the Transit Connect would be retired for the North American market because of slow sales.