Ford Transit Suspension Specifications

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The Ford Transit was a line of panel and cargo vans produced and released overseas. For the 2011 model year, Ford released the Transit Connect for the North American market.

Suspension Specifications

The front suspension on the 2011 Ford Transit Connect is an independent MacPherson strut, which features a stabiliser bar. The rear suspension on the vehicle is a multi-leaf spring suspension, which features a stabiliser bar.

Performance Specifications

The Transit Connect has a 2.0-litre Duratec, four-cylinder engine. It can produce a maximum of 136 horsepower at 6,300rpm. The torque rating is 128 pound-feet at 4,750rpm.


The 2011 Ford Transit Connect is 180.6 inches long, 83.2 inches wide and 79.3 inches tall and has a wheelbase of 114.6 inches. Its ground clearance is 23.1 inches, and it has a turning diameter of 39 feet.

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