Ford Tourneo Connect gets a revamp

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Author: | Updated: 13 Oct 2021 11:13

Ford has updated its Tourneo Connect MPV, with the practical van-based vehicle receiving design tweaks and new tech.

Here’s what you need to know.

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Ford Tourneo Connect styling

On the outside, ll Tourneo Connects have been brought up to date with a number of styling tweaks and changes. As before, the seven seater can be specified as either a short- or long-wheelbase model. Four trims are available: Trend, Titanium, Active and Sport.

Sport models get a more dynamic front bumper and 17in alloy wheels, Titanium adds satin chrome detailing and tinted windows, while Trend comes as standard with a gloss black grille surround – although doesn’t feature alloy wheels like the other trims.

The Active model has received the biggest exterbak makeover. It now gets a new set of 17in alloy wheels, revised chunky body trim, new bumpers and a honeycomb grille. The colour you see in these pictures is also a new addition – Boundless Blue.

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Ford Tourneo Connect interior and tech

Whichever model you go for, technology has taken a step up. All but the entry-level Trend trim get a large 10.25in infotainment monitor (Trend comes with an 8in display).

The Sport model now gets a large 10in digital driver display too, while all models benefit from the addition of new technologies including lane keep assist, cruise controland front and rear parking sensors.

Both short and log-wheelbase models are available with seen seats, while more adaptable seats allow them all to fold flat – this allows for lengthy items to be carried more easily. Trend, Titanium and Active models can also be specified with more ergonomic seats which extend leg supports and feature a four-way adjustable lumbar support.

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Ford Tourneo Connect engines

There’s a range of petrol and diesel engines, with either available with an automatic gearbox if you wish. The petrol line-up starts with a  1.5-litre115hp Ecoboost option, which is capable of 45mpg.

The 100hp 2-litre diesel engine ups this to 59mpg, while a slightly more potent diesel is also available with a four-wheel drive for the first time – this is capable of up to 53mpg.

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Ford Tourneo Connect release date

Order books for the revised Tourneo Connect are due to open in early 2022, with the first customers receiving their cars in the spring months.

We’ll bring you more details and the very best leasing plans as soon as they are revealed.

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