2013 Ram Cargo Van vs. 2013 Ford Transit Connect
While most people in the market for a vehicle in this segment aren’t looking to break any land speed records, you’re still going to want a van that can easily get you where you need to go, and the 2013 Ram Cargo Van’s engine easily outperforms the Ford Transit Connect. When you and your team need to get to your next destination, the Ram Cargo Van’s 283 kW V6 engine will do a much better job than the Ford Transit Connect’s 136 kW inline-4.
Interior Design and Features
The Ram Cargo Van and Ford Transit Connect are comparably equipped to handle heavy loads in terms of interior space and performance. Both models come standard with features like cruise control, overhead console and storage, power windows, and cargo tie downs. However, while you may not be looking for a luxury passenger experience from a cargo van, no one wants to be uncomfortable on the job, and the Ram Cargo Van steps up the features for a driving experience that is a bit more pleasurable. Check out some of the standard features that are lacking in the Ford Transit but come standard in the Ram Cargo Van:
- Dual zone front air conditioning so you can cool off before and after you’re done loading and unloading
- Trip computer so you can count your miles
- Locking glove box for added security
- 2 seatback storage pockets
- Exterior temperature reading
Jackson Dodge Has the 2013 Ram Cargo Van in Stock
The professional team at Jackson Dodge understands what business is about, so we’ll make your buying experience fast, easy, and transparent if you decide to buy the 2013 Ram Cargo Van from us. Find out about financing a Ram Cargo Van when you stop by our location at 1500 Strachan Road Southeast in Medicine Hat, about 220 km west of Swift Current on the Trans-Canada Highway. Stop by soon!