2021 Ford Transit
2021 Nissan NV200
|Up to 7 people
Nissan's tiny work van has a single wheelbase and a few conveniences like standard Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ connectivity, a 7-inch touchscreen, and heated mirrors. The Transit Connect comes in two wheelbases and has SYNC 3 and several driver-assist systems that the Nissan does not. When coupled with the optional Trailer Tow Package, the Transit Connect can tow up to 2,000 pounds. Still, Nissan isn't even qualified for towing.
When it comes to various driver-assist technology, Transit Connect has an obvious advantage. The XLT variant comes equipped with exclusive Ford Co-Pilot360 features, whereas the NV200 has a rearview camera. Customers who purchase a Transit Connect vehicle may also choose Adaptive Cruise Control, which incorporates a Lane-Keeping System. In contrast, the NV200 simply offers essential cruise control. As demonstrated below, the Transit Connect has a more powerful standard engine with a modest advantage in EPA-estimated combined fuel efficiency. That's accurate; the Transit Connect boasts greater power than the NV200 while consuming less gasoline.
Drivers in the Atlanta region may learn more about the 2021 Ford Transit Cargo Van by speaking with a member of the Akins Ford team in Winder, GA.