The Tourneo Connect is a different type of people mover. It’s a smart people mover.
Smart because it’s flexible: you can seat up to five in the Tourneo Connect and up to seven in the Grand Tourneo Connect. And thanks to up to 16 seating configurations it’s also easy to create all the luggage and equipment space you’ll ever need.
Smart because you can enjoy rewarding performance and exceptional fuel-efficiency from a choice of advanced petrol and diesel engines. The revolutionary EcoBoost petrol engine, for example, delivers up to 5.6l/100km in the 1.0L 6-speed 100PS manual. An advanced 1.5L 100PS TDCi diesel option gives you 4.3l/100km.
And smart because Tourneo Connect comes with a range of remarkable technologies. From Ford SYNC with Voice Control that lets you make and take phone calls and control your music with simple voice commands, to Active City Stop that can help prevent low speed collisions by braking for you: every single technology is designed to make your life easier.
Add many of the features and comforts you’d expect from a premium people-carrier, plus design and build quality that’s made-to-last, and Tourneo Connect could be the smart choice for you.
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Parking distance sensors help you judge the distance between your car and obstacles, both in front and behind you. When the sensors detect an object, they activate an audible warning that intensifies the closer you get to it.
Whether the signs are at the side of the road or above it, permanent or temporary, Traffic Sign Recognition can identify them. An icon of that that speed or no-overtaking sign appears on the instrument cluster and changes every time you enter a new limit.
When your car stops at traffic lights or is idling in a queue, this optional technology can automatically switch off the engine (while still supplying power to essentials like the ventilation, radio and Ford SYNC). When you're ready to move, just depress the clutch and select first gear as usual, and the system restarts. With automatic vehicles just take your foot off the brake pedal and the system restarts. Auto-Start-Stop is particularly effective in town and city streets, where it can cut fuel consumption by up to 10% (urban cycle). Standard on 120PS 1.5L TDCi models.
In the Grand Tourneo Connect, you get the Ford Fold Flat System for even greater flexibility. With this ingenious system the second row of 60/40 split seats fold and tumble forward into the footwell to give you a completely flat load-space.
In the 7-seat Grand Tourneo Connect, the third row of 50/50 split seats fold flat as well.
An ingenious seating arrangement including the Ford Fold Flat System makes it easy to arrange the inside of your car to carry passengers, luggage, bulky or long items, or a combination of them all. In the 5-seat Tourneo Connect, the second row of seats are split 60/40. And with the backs folded flat, the whole seat can tumble forward to maximise the car’s luggage space. If you need even more room for heavy, bulky items, the seats can quickly and easily be removed entirely.
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Collisions in stop-start, slow moving traffic happen all-too frequently. And Active City Stop is an advanced technology designed to help you avoid or reduce the impact of them. If the system detects the car in front has unexpectedly stopped, and you’re travelling at a speed of under 30kph, it automatically applies the brakes. As proof of its innovation, Active City Stop has been granted a Euro NCAP Advanced Award for safety.*
*Awarded on the Ford Focus.
A Lane Keeping System uses a forward-looking camera to detect if you’re unintentionally drifting out of lane. Lane Keeping Alert then warns you by vibrating the steering wheel and displaying a visual warning. If you're slow to react or don’t respond, Lane Keeping Aid can provide steering torque assistance to help guide you safely back into the right lane. The technology is designed for multi-lane roads (like motorways), so will automatically deactivate at speeds below 43mph (65 km/h) or can be turned off manually.