2013 Ford Transit Connect 114.6 for sale in Easley, SC

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The 2013 Transit Connect has proven its critics dead wrong and its owners wise beyond their years. While it's true that big, expensive and fuel-thirsty trucks and vans still have their place, the little Transit Connect has earned a place near the top of food chain in the urban jungle. Its fuel-sipping 4-cylinder engine has enough power to scoot around crowded city streets, and even performs adequately at highway speeds below 65 mph. While Transit Connect's small size makes it easy to maneuver through confined city spaces, it is not diminutive by any means.SafetyEvery Transit Connect comes with Ford's AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control, as well as front and front side-impact airbags.Driving ImpressionsFrom behind the wheel, the 2013 Ford Transit Connect is much like driving a small minivan or a compact SUV. About the same width as a Ford Focus, the Transit Connect is easy to maneuver through tight spaces, but you must be careful not to bump the high roof into low garage openings or covered loading docks. With its 39-ft turning radius, the Transit Connect is much easier to move than a full-size van or pickup, and it fits into smaller parking spaces ordinarily passed up by delivery vehicles.The Transit Connect 2.0-liter gasoline engine isn't going to win any races. While it does just fine with around-town driving below 40 mph, freeway driving is another matter. The engine struggles to reach 65 mph, and things only get slower when there are additional passengers or cargo on board. For the most part, the Transit Connect is a city dweller.

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