Ford Transit Connect Wagon Gets More Rider-Friendly in 2016
Do you take a long drive in the unminivan? Ford has added driver-centric upgrades in the 2016 Ford Transit Connect Wagon you’ll want to check out.
The 2016 Transit Connect Wagon will now feature standard second-row fold-flat bucket seats for the Titanium model. The bucket seats are available as a no-charge option on the XLT long-wheelbase model, while a six-way power driver’s seat is available in cloth for the first time on XLT.
Adding to the Transit Connect Wagon’s safety features, Ford’s Blind Spot Information System with cross-traffic alert is now an option on 2016 Transit Connect Wagon XLT and Titanium models. The technology helps detect vehicles in blind spots when changing lanes and backing up. On the Transit Connect Wagon, the BLIS feature includes power-adjustable PowerFold® heated exterior mirrors.
The 2016 Transit Connect Wagon will be available at Ford dealerships beginning in September.