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Ford Transit Connect

Ford Motor Company issued a recall for select 2016-2017 model-year Ford Transit Connect vehicles. In affected vehicles, the driver and/or front passenger seat belt pretensioners may not deploy in a crash event in which the front seat belt pretensioners are activated.

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Ford's Q3 Van Sales Highest in Four Decades

Ford sold 65,288 Transit, Transit Connect, and E-Series vans in the third quarter, which was the most vans sold by the company in any third quarter since 1978, according to the company.

2019 Ford Transit Connect

The 2019 Ford Transit Connect is available in either a cargo or passenger configuration and in short- or long-wheelbase models. The 2019 model can be ordered with a new 2.0L I-4 gasoline engine, optional 1.5L turbodiesel, or fleet-only 2.5L I-4.

Ford's 2019 Transit Connect Cargo

Ford's 2019 Transit Connect compact van enters its third generation with a diesel-engine option, more standard safety technology, and a few fleet-only options.

Ford Realigns Production Toward SUVs, EVs, and AVs

Ford is expanding its capacity to produce more Expedition large SUVs, a next generation of battery-electric vehicles, and its autonomous vehicles in 2021 as part of a significant realignment of resources, the company has announced.

Ford Led Van Sales in 2018 (Again)

Ford Motor Co. sold more than 217,000 vans in 2018, which marked the 40th year the company has sold the most vans in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.

A Closer Look at 2019 Work Vans

Commercial fleets looking for a work van that delivers have many options to choose from for the 2019 model-year, including a few brand-new designs.

Ford's Transit Connect Through the Years

The 2019 Transit Connect enters its third generation as the leading compact van in the U.S. market, a perch it has enjoyed since its introduction in the 2010 model year. We took a closer look at its evolution.

Ford Adds Fleet Options for 2019

Ford will offer several options exclusive to fleet customers across its 2019 lineup in addition to the options already announced for the Ranger midsize pickup and Transit Connect compact van.

Ford Urges Standard for Autonomous Vehicle Communication

In an effort to advance the safe deployment of autonomous vehicles for all roadway users, Ford Motor Company is calling upon all self-driving vehicle developers to work together to develop an industry standard for communicating driving intent.