Designed in XL, XLT, and Titanium trims, the Ford Connect Wagon will continue to be offered in both 5-passenger short-wheelbase and 6-passenger or 7-passenger long-wheelbase variants.
The passenger comes with more stuff than a Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van, including rear power windows, rear seats, and everything else that makes it convenient for carrying people around, so expect to pay more for the XL passenger van than you would for the XLT cargo van.
Both cargo and passenger van are similarly equipped, but because of the seating package expect the XLT passenger to command a bit more than the cargo model.
The XL Wagon model comes with same standard equipment as XL cargo van but adds second and third-row seats, rear parking sensors, rear climate controls, power second-row windows, two rear speakers, and lumbar driver adjustment.
The XLT Wagon comes in short and long wheelbase models and exceeds the XLT's cargo equipment. It also includes a rearview camera, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, automatic wipers, automatic headlights with configurable daytime running lamps, a power-adjustable driver seat, a thicker acoustic windshield, four front speakers for the sound system/voice control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and Ford's MyKey system.
The Titanium trim
is where the passenger version separates itself from the cargo van
s, and it makes a strong case for itself being someone's daily driver as it comes with the same tech and safety features, you'll find in any other well-equipped crossover.
You get LED foglights, HID headlights, aluminum wheels and a lot of body-colored trim that basically eliminates the Transit Connect's cargo van appearance. Of course, this trim level is more expensive, but you get a lot of extra features.