2019 Ford Transit Connect. The latest Ford Transit Connect sports update design has joined the new safety and entertainment technology and diesel engine. While the diesel engine is an interesting step, given the recent inspection of coal rollers facing the government, additional safety technology is a welcome addition. For the year 2019, Ford gave the youngest van, Ford Transit Connect, a facelift. It consists of a revised front end and an updated control panel. But the most interesting update is more than the deep skin. Under the hood you’ll be able to get two new engines, one powered by gasoline, or, for the first time in the United States, one powered by diesel.
Inside, there are a variety of small changes. The toolkit has been redesigned. The USB plugs have been moved from the central console for faster and easier access. The truck now has an available push button on the start and entry. The information and entertainment screen of her former cave has also been edited to become a tablet-style screen sitting above the center stack. Other useful features Ford is including or providing on the new 2019 Ford Transit Connect are automatic emergency braking standard, parallel optional parking and wireless charging. All this becomes available this fall, but Ford has yet to announce pricing.
Diesel is by far the most interesting aspect of the 2019 Ford Transit Connect. The new uses a new 1.5 liter engine that has recently been introduced only to Europe in the overseas version of the Crossover. The block heads are all aluminum, featuring turbo-changing geometry and water-cooled air. The output is not terrible at about 120 horsepower and 200 lb-ft of torque, but it should be fully usable, with torque peak up to 1,700 rpm only. Ford also targets 30 mpg on the highway with diesel. It also launches the name of the engine line called the Aquoblo, similar to the Acoust for turbo gas engines.
This also seems to indicate that we will see additional diesel cars from Ford in the near future. Ford was the least to say about the gasoline engine. It’s a natural inhale 2.0-liter four-cylinder, but this is all revealed by the company. It will be coupled to an eight-speed automatic transmission as well as a diesel engine. Worth mentioning is that 2019 Ford Transit Connect will be able to pull up to 2000 pounds when installed with a diameter pack.
The hyper-utility and flexibility of the new 2019 Ford Transit Connect can make it useful for anyone who needs something, well, flexible. If you are looking to replace your neighbor Windstar or your old Ford Transit Connect, this 2019 goes on sale in the fall. Targeting a booming active child and empty nests Looking to get a jump on a career or second hobby, Ford Transit Connect can appeal to most people what Ford expects.