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Old 12-11-2009, 15:35   #1 (permalink)
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cool Instant Impression of the Transit Connect

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Very impressive. Thanks for posting.
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Re: Instant Impression of the Transit Connect

It's a well done vehicle. Ford SHOULD have made the diesel EPA compliant and they would more than likely double sales. The Focus 2.0L gas engine doesn't do this van justice.
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cool Re: Instant Impression of the Transit Connect

Another Impression:

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Re: Instant Impression of the Transit Connect

I'm sure that'll be a good seller. Hopefully they add more engine choices.
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Re: Instant Impression of the Transit Connect

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I'm sure that'll be a good seller. Hopefully they add more engine choices.
Me too. If anything they should allow the 2.5L I4 as an option, as I can't see a diesel anytime soon. All the reviews I've read, only one guy loaded up the Transit to capacity (1600lb payload, including weight of driver), and he clocked it at 21sec 0-60 with the standard 2.0L I4. At least it'll help in the traction department when the snow flies!
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