Transit Connect Wagon Rocks!
When Ford introduced North America to the once Euro-only Transit Connect, they knew that it would have to be available for customers who had mobility needs. Thanks to Ford’s Mobility Motoring Reimbursement Program, the Transit Connect has become the choice of retail customers with those needs. Has that turned into gains for 2014?
Ford says that the Transit Connect Wagon features outstanding value, style, and capability for people with limited mobility and needing a vehicle up-fitted for their independent lifestyle.
One of those reasons why and the reason the Transit Connect has remained the number 1 vehicle for mobility sales in North America is the Ford Mobility Motoring Reimbursement Program. At just under $25,000, the program has given those customers a great option without breaking the bank.
That $25,000 includes all of the necessary up-fit parts to make the Transit Connect mobility friendly and that can cost up to $12,500 depending on what’s needed. It’s nearly like getting the Transit Connect for under half the price.
“Transit Connect Wagon is a great vehicle for our program’s customers, and this is reflected in the sales momentum,” said Faye Shanor, project manager for Ford Mobility Motoring Reimbursement. “The spacious interior, capability, efficiency and affordability make it a no-brainer.”
More information can be found at fordmobilitymotoring.com.
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