Chicago and Manteno drivers considering the 2015 Ford Transit Connect Wagon vs Cargo Van models should just consult the team at Terry’s Ford of Peotone. We’ll take all your needs into account to help you decide which one is right. You can even start deciding right after reading our quick and easy guide on these two models.
Transit Connect Cargo Van
The 2015 Ford Transit Connect Van offers an impressive level of cargo space and capability, making it one of the most sought-after work vehicles among Chicago and Manteno drivers.?The short-wheelbase option is great for city dwellers. It’s easy to maneuver and has car-like driving dynamics, while providing 103.9 cubic feet of cargo space. The long-wheelbase option lets you tackle large loads, with up with 128.6 cubic feet of storage. Towing peaks impressively at 2,000 pounds, and the maximum payload of 1,620 pounds ensures that you can stack the cargo area high and heavy.
Transit Connect Wagon
On the other hand, the 2015 Ford Transit Connect Wagon is all about people carrying potential. It offers class-exclusive, available seven-passenger seating when Chicago and Manteno drivers opt for the long-wheelbase, as well as up to 104.2 cubic feet of cargo room.
The short-wheelbase configuration makes navigating confined or crowded areas easier, while still offering up to 77.1 cubic feet of room behind the front seats. This wagon boasts a 1,270 pound payload capacity, which is slightly lower rating than the Cargo Van, but towing stays at 2,000 pounds ? an unsurpassed rating in this class.
Capable Working Vehicles
When considering the 2015 Ford Transit Connect Wagon vs Cargo Van models, there’s really no wrong decision. Each model excels in a different way, so drivers need only to decide what they’re looking for in a work vehicle. They can also take advantage of two different engines, providing the right blend of power and efficiency. The options are:
- 2.5L Duratec I-4: This standard engine delivers a generous 169 hp and 171 lb-ft of torque, while offering 21 mpg in the city and 29 mpg on the highway with the Cargo Van or 20 mpg city and 28 mpg highway for the Wagon.
- 1.6L EcoBoost I-4: Produces an unrivaled 178 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque. It returns 22 mpg city and a best-in-class 30 mpg highway for either model.
Find Your 2015 Ford Transit Connect at Terry’s Ford of Peotone
If you can’t decide between the 2015 Ford Transit Connect Wagon vs Cargo Van models, come consult with one of the experts at Terry’s Ford of Peotone. You can also contact us at (888) 832-3250 to schedule a test drive in each model to help you understand their important differences.