Ford Transit Connect (incl. Wagon) Oil Type

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Ford Transit Connect (incl. Wagon)

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You can find 23 different trims for the Ford Transit Connect (incl. Wagon) and their corresponding recommended oil type.

The years available stretch from 2010 through to 2024 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.

The Ford Transit Connect first made its debut in 20002. Since its release, there have been a total of three generations of the compact minivan to be released. The latest models hit the market in 2021.

The latest version saw a divergence from the original series, as it was released as a rebadged version of the Volkswagen Caddy.

The Transit Connect was created in an attempt to succeed the Ford Escort and Courier models, while remaining in the Transit range. This puts it between the Ford Transit Courier and Transit Custom, which represent the smaller and bigger models respectively.

Competition from outside of the Ford family typically comes from the Citro├źn Berlingo and Fiat Doblo Cargo. Obviously, it is often compared to its rebadged counterpart, the Volkswagen Caddy, due to its vast similarities.

The Connect comes with three fairly standard trim levels. These are the base XL, followed by the mid-level XLT, and the top-tier Titanium trim.

There have also been some special editions like the X-Press, Tourneo Connect, and the fully-electric Transit Connect Electric.

The X-Press was outfitted with the same engine found in the Ford Focus RS model to give it better performance, despite it still being a minivan. The Tourneo model was a leisure variant, rather than a light commercial vehicle.

Petrol engines in the latest generation range from a spritely 1.0 L EcoBoost inline-3 through to a 2.5 L Duratec inline-4. Diesel models are fitted with either a 1.5 L EcoBlue or a 1.5 L Duratorq TDCi. Of course, both diesel engines are turbocharged.

Ford eventually announced the discontinuation of the Transit Connect in the North American market in 2022 due to poor sales.