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Ford's smallest van in the Transit range, the second generation Transit Connect (voted Best Small Van by Trade Van Driver magazine in 2017) is going to get you across town in a jiffy. Available in various body styles and with a double-cab option, it's easy to see why the Transit Connect is such a popular choice. We think it's a great little van, and it needs to be, because it faces stiff competition in the form of the Volkswagen Caddy, the Citroen Berlingo and the Peugeot Partner.
Offered in Base, Trend and Limited trims (as well as the recently-released 'Active'), the Transit Connect is offered with a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder 'Ecoboost' petrol engine (100bhp) or a 1.5-litre 'Duratorq' diesel engine (119bhp). It comes in two wheelbases (L1 and L2), but even the shorter one has room for 2 Euro pallets. Maximum payload capacity is 982kg.
You can tailor your dream Ford Transit Connect lease deal for any budget by altering the leasing options, whether that be contract length, initial payment amount, annual mileage and vehicle availability. If you are looking to lease with no deposit, just set the "upfront" initial payment to one month!
If you are new to leasing and want to learn more to decide what's right for you, take a look at our van leasing guides.
As a leasing company, we offer you the best lease offers to suit your needs, thankfully with road tax and the full manufacturer's warranty included (and, more often than not, full breakdown cover).
Best of all, our very own Loco Score ranks the latest deals from best to worst so that you don't have to. We compare the best prices to make sure you get the best value for money.
With that in mind, why not check out our offers below and pick up your favourite deal on your brand new van!