Customers with Limited Mobility Turn to Ford Transit Connect Wagon
Ford Motor Company has recently discovered that the 2014 Ford Transit Connect Wagon has proven extremely popular to retail customers with limited mobility. These customers, also participating in the Ford Mobility Motoring Reimbursement Program, turn to the Transit Connect to assist their independent living lifestyle but need assistance transporting their motorized scooters or chairs.
“Transit Connect Wagon offers the right mixture of affordability, interior spaciousness and capability that is appealing to all people,” Explains Andrew Bayer, automotive products manager at Bruno Independent Living Aids, global manufacturer of Ford’s mobility assistance features. “Bruno is proud to work with Ford to ensure people with limited mobility are able to equip Transit Connect Wagon with the upfit options they need to help lead and independent lifestyle.”
The standard Transit connect Wagon features the option of a premium seat that can lower to help passengers easily get in and out of the car, as well as a lift that can accommodate a motorized scooter or chair without any heavy lifting.
The Transit Connect surpassed the E-Series in 2012 to become the most popular retail vehicle for customers in the Mobility Motoring Reimbursement Program, proving they love the easy and accessible features the wagon has to offer. Now with more additions, great performance, upgraded efficiency and more, we will be seeing more and more Transit Connect Wagons on the road than ever before.