When you're searching for your next ride, research is an important part of the process. At Richmond Commercial Truck Center, we're always striving to provide accessible and relevant information for local businesses. So, we put together a 2020 Ford Transit Connect cargo dimensions guide.

The guide goes through the various configurations of this van's interior, which can be organized in passenger wagon or cargo van form. If you're itching to get a closer look at the cabin of the Ford Transit Connect, we'll happily arrange a test drive around Richmond, Mechanicsville, and Ashland!

Passenger Wagon or Cargo Van Configurations

When you choose the Ford Transit Connect as your next vehicle, you'll have to determine if you want the cargo van or passenger wagon configuration.

As the name suggests, the cargo van is primarily focused on storing and transporting equipment or inventory on a regular basis. In comparison, the passenger wagon, which can seat between five to seven people, is designed to comfortably accommodate your passengers.  

Use the standard dual sliding side doors to effortlessly load or unload your inventory. The low floor height, too, makes it easy to access your equipment and cargo bay as well.

Passenger Wagon: Interior Passenger and Cargo Dimensions

To further determine which configuration is the best fit for your business, you need to understand the differences in interior room. Take a look at the table below to learn of the interior dimensions for the passenger wagon! 

Passenger Wagon

Headroom (Front/Middle/Rear Row)

45.7 inches/41.9 inches/42.3 inches

Legroom (Front/Middle/Rear Row)

37.6 inches/35 inches/54.2 inches

Shoulder Room (Front/Middle/Rear Row)

58.5 inches/56.3 inches/-

Hip Room (Front/Middle/Rear Row)

58.3 inches/47 inches/57.6 inches

The total passenger volume is a generous 167.1 cubic feet for the passenger wagon. While making room for guests is the emphasis, you'll still enjoy 106 cubic feet of cargo volume behind the front row and 1,350 pounds of maximum payload when properly configured.

Cargo Van: Interior Passenger and Cargo Dimensions

As you might have expected, the cargo van has a cavernous cabin, which is ideal for storing any type of cargo or supplies.

Check out our table below to learn about its interior room!

Cargo Van

Headroom (Front/Middle/Rear Row)

45.1 inches/-/42.3 inches

Legroom (Front/Middle/Rear Row)

37.6 inches/-/54.2 inches

Shoulder Room (Front/Middle/Rear Row)

58.5 inches/-/-

Hip Room (Front/Middle/Rear Row)

58.3 inches/-/57.6 inches

The true standout of the cargo van, though, is its interior cargo room. When properly configured, it provides 145.8 cubic feet of cargo space behind the front row! Even its lowest cargo capacity is impressive, reaching an impressive 104.8 cubic feet behind the front row.

When you need to load up the cargo van, you can rely on its maximum payload capacity of 1,570 pounds when properly equipped.

2020 Ford Transit Connect Offers Favorable Cargo Dimensions

Choosing the proper commercial model is a major step towards improving the efficiency of your business around Richmond, Mechanicsville, and Ashland. To learn more about the Ford Transit Connect, feel free to contact our team at Richmond Commercial Truck Center!

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