Why You Should Buy A Ford Transit Connect Instead Of A Three-Row SUV

A few years ago, in a conversation over Thai food with my wife, I glanced into the street at a dented Dodge Caravan with a stick figure family decal on the back window, and said that if I ever wanted to buy a minivan, she had permission to kill me. Now, after favorably driving the Ford Transit Connect Wagon in… »3/06/15 12:34pm3/06/15 12:34pm

The Hackmobile Has Everything You Need To Make Anything You Want

I desperately want – no need – a compact commercial van. There's just something about an all-in-one, hauling, sleeping, road-tripping machine that hits all the right fuck-you-society spots. And now I have a template for the support vehicle. It's a Transit Connect Wagon built by DIYers and filled with lots of silly… »5/16/14 3:00pm5/16/14 3:00pm

Is The Ford Transit Connect Wagon A Wagon Or A Minivan?

Ford calls the new Transit Connect a wagon, but let's face it: it's not a wagon at all. Instead, it's a seven-seater minivan starting at $25,000 with a 2.5 four-cylinder, or a bit more with the 1.6-liter Ecoboost.

Honestly, the first thing Ford wants you to do with the 2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon is the following: »5/05/14 2:40pm5/05/14 2:40pm