Ford Motor Co. isn’t back in the minivan business officially, but the new Transit Connect XLT Premium Wagon fills a lineup void created when the Ford Freestar and Mercury Monterey models exited the market in 2007. Unveiled at the L.A. Auto Show last week, the special-edition wagon is a modified version of the Transit Connect, which was intended primarily for commercial use. Designed and engineered by Ford of Europe and built in Kocaeli, Turkey, the Transit Connect compact commercial van ...
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