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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.

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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.

Ranger Launches Cargo+ Ladder Rack

Made of aluminum with an anodized finish, the lightweight rack features a carrying capacity up to 300 pounds and helps load and unload vans quickly and easily.

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.

Work Truck's Top News of 2018

In the 2018 calendar-year, new-vehicle announcements dominated the headlines and reader interest. The 10 most viewed news items on WorkTruckOnline.com from 2018 are shared.

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 Shows Its Vans Equipped for Work

Ford Motor Co. showed its Transit and Transit Connect vans with equipment for 35 different work or recreational segments at a media event on Monday called "Vandemonium."

Ford Offers Fleet-Only Options for 2019 Transit Connect

Fleet managers who purchase the 2019 Ford Transit Connect compact van will have a choice of several options not available to retail buyers, including an exclusive engine with a natural gas prep package and other options.

Diesel Remains 'Key Component' of GM Lineup

General Motors executives reaffirmed their commitment to offering diesel engines across the company's vehicle lineup while speaking at an event hosted by the Washington Automotive Press Association, according to leading diesel group.