Used Car of the Day: 2019 Ford Transit

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey

used car of the day 2019 ford transit

Trying this again, after gremlins ate the first post. We're all about that van life around these parts, and we're intrigued by this $50K 2019 Ford Transit Connect.

The seller is the original owner and loved using it for cycling. It has 62,000 miles on the clock and custom features like captain's chairs, a bed, and a shelf. Those are removable or reconfigurable.

Other features include the 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine, a 3.31 limited-slip differential, 16-inch wheels, cruise control, remote keyless entry, and a heavy-duty towing package.

Click here to check it out.

[Images: Seller]

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  • Jkross22 Jkross22 on Jan 30, 2023

    Vans like this and vans that can carry disabled people are incredibly expensive and due to the limited supply, they tend to hold their value in an absurd manner.

  • ToolGuy ToolGuy on Jan 30, 2023

    "Having the dual sliders has been amazing as it let's me and my wife have our own "sides" of the van to prep for rides/races."

    Who goes on the traffic side??

  • Sgeffe The 1990-1991 Honda Accord in Hampshire Green Pearl.
  • Cprescott I'm sure the Kia/Hyundai haters will find something snide to say about the brands but this once again proves the high and mighty Honduh is not immune to issues. Take that and tailgate with it, Honduh drivers!
  • Bullnuke Chief Transition Officer, eh? And the term "Lean Manufacturing" being spoken... Is that the sound of the headsman's axe being ground sharp that I hear in the background? Brings back memories of the late '00s at my old OEM coatings plant.
  • BEPLA At the right price, would be a great EV conversion candidate.
  • BEPLA In other news: It costs more to eat out than to eat at home.