The Blue Oval is not offering any sort of Ford Transit Connect discount offers or deals during February 2023.
The lack of Ford Transit Connect discount offers during February 2023 is likely the result of healthy demand for and tight supply of the compact van line as Ford navigates ongoing supply chain constraints, including, but certainly not limited to, the ongoing global microchip shortage. This low-supply scenario is the the result of many factors preventing FoMoCo – and the automotive industry at large – from producing vehicles in the same quantities as before.
It’s worth noting that the 2023 Ford Transit Connect soldiers on without any major changes. The current-gen model has been in production since the 2013 model year, though it did undergo a mid-cycle refresh for the 2019 model year. Specifically, the 2023 Transit Connect is ditching its optional 2.5L I4 engine and is now only available with the the 2.0L I4 engine.
We should also note that the Ford Transit Connect is potentially approaching the end of its production run in the U.S. In North America, it’s also a possibility that the Transit Connect will be replaced by the Transit Custom, although nothing about the future of either vehicle in North America have been revealed yet.
Ford Transit Connect Pricing
For reference, here are the 2023 Transit Connect trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, including the destination charge:
2023 Ford Transit Connect Passenger Wagon
- XL – $38,140
- XLT Passenger Wagon – $40,255
- Titanium Passenger Wagon – $42,340
2022 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van
- XL – $29,365
- XLT – $31,540
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The pricing is absurd! I have a 2021 Transit Connect Titanium passenger van..bought it new, got all the options…the out the door price was $35,000.00. That same van in a 2023 version would now be over $45,000.00. I wonder if that price includes the KY jelly as Ford puts it to you? Probably not…that would be another expensive option…..
Waiting…..waiting….waiting… there it is, the customer and marketplace push back against all levels of predatory pricing and marketing. When the music stops, Ford might not have a seat to sit in any more. It would be a sad day… but no denying a major industry consolidation is in the offing unless Ford actually stops following and starts leading again.