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2022 Ford Transit Connect Wagon Lineup Gets A Bit More Expensive

The Ford Transit Connect has proven to be a popular model in recent years in both passenger van (wagon) and cargo van (commercial) variants and recently brought home a 2022 Best Certified Pre-Owned Award from Vincentric to boot. However, the 2022 Ford Transit Connect Wagon is now only offered in long-wheelbase configuration and is getting a bit more expensive across the lineup to correspond with that change.

2022 Ford Transit Connect Wagon Price Changes
Model/Trim Level 2022 Ford Transit Connect Wagon 2021 Ford Transit Connect Wagon 2022 +/-
XL with rear swing out cargo doors $27,920 $27,400 +$520
XL with rear liftgate $27,920 $27,400 +$520
XLT with rear swing out cargo doors $30,035 $29,515 +$520
XLT with rear liftgate $30,035 $29,515 +$520
Titanium with rear liftgate $32,120 $31,600 +$520
Destination and Delivery $1,395 $1,395 $0

The 2022 Ford Transit Connect Wagon is getting an even $520 price increase across the board for all configurations and trims, though destination and delivery charges remain unchanged at $1,395. The least expensive model is the XL with rear swing-out cargo doors, which starts out at $27,920, while the Titanium with a rear liftgate tops the range with an MSRP of $32,120.

As Ford Authority reported last March, the next-generation Transit Connect will be reportedly be built at the Ford Hermosillo Assembly Plant in Mexico alongside the Ford Bronco Sport and Ford Maverick starting in 2023. Ford previously announced that it intended to move production of the Transit Connect to Mexico back in 2019, but quickly changed that plan following UAW contract negotiations later that year. As Ford Authority previously reported, Ford previously expected to import the van from Europe as part of its new partnership with Volkswagen.

Like the Bronco Sport and Maverick, the next-gen Transit Connect will reportedly ride on the Ford C2 platform, which also underpins the Ford Escape and Lincoln Corsair. The current-gen Transit Connect shares its Ford C1 platform with the Focus and is currently built at the Ford Valencia Assembly Plant alongside the Galaxy, Kuga, S-Max, and Mondeo, and is imported into the U.S.

We’ll have more on the Transit Connect soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for more Transit Connect news and ongoing Ford news coverage.

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Mike

    Amazing how much more expensive the Transit is since this newer model came out. I’ve had 2 of them but they’re too expensive now for what they are. Even the Titanium is like an XL Explorer. It’s nothing special with no good equipment but it’s a great little van for under $28k. I believe I paid about $26k for a Titanium about 5 years ago. Now that same van with the same options is about $35k yet it’s the exact same. Even the hard plasticky seats haven’t changed.

  2. Joe

    I’ll be keeping my 2014 XLT. Cheaper to replace the whole drive train. I live this van. But I’m not over paying .


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