- New five-seat Ford C-MAX, seven-seat Grand C-MAX and all-new S-MAX models ready for early summer UK deliveries
- The addition of low emission Euro 6-compliant B-MAX completes Ford’s four-model Multi-Activity Vehicle range
Ford has announced prices for its new C-MAX and S-MAX Multi-Activity Vehicles, which join B-MAX in UK dealerships by the summer.
Ford’s small, medium and large Multi-Activity vehicle range offers the practicality and style prioritised by a growing number of buyers and is available from £13,095 for B-MAX, £18,195 for C-MAX and £24,545 for
Ford B-MAX, launched in 2013, receives the latest EU Stage 6 compliant powertrains including Ford’s new 1.5-litre TDCi diesel engine.
The stylish new five-seat C-MAX and seven-seat Grand C-MAX, with a sleek exterior design, beautifully crafted interior and smart new stowage ideas, offers major fuel efficiency and emissions improvements.
The new C-MAX, priced from £18,195, introduces advanced technology including Ford’s SYNC 2 voice-activated connectivity system, Perpendicular Parking and improved Active City Stop, first seen on the new Focus.
The new Grand C-MAX, with prices starting at £20,295, continues to feature Ford’s innovative twin sliding doors and “walk-through” seat design for greater convenience, space and flexibility. Both the new C-MAX and Grand C-Max now offer Hands-Free Tailgate, a segment first.
All-new Ford S-MAX with SYNC 2 as standard
Ford’s SYNC 2 connectivity system, capable of voice controlled navigation, in-car entertainment, climate control and linked mobiles, is standard on all series of the all-new S-MAX range.
Priced from £24,545 the Ford S-MAX Zetec, the range rises to Titanium and Titanium Sport – with the option of the popular Titanium X packs on the highest series.
As well as SYNC 2, all-new Ford S-MAX models will be equipped with front and rear parking sensors, keyless start, sports seats and DAB radio. The Titanium series adds privacy glass, auto lights, rain-sensing wipers and technologies including Traffic Sign Recognition to remind the driver of the last speed sign passed, lane keeping aid, cruise control and LED running lights.
The top-of-the-range S-MAX Titanium Sport gains a full body styling kit, rear spoiler and sports suspension. Adding one of the X packs available for either Titanium models further enhances exterior looks and comfort, with Dynamic LED headlights, which adopt the optimum beam pattern for the road type and weather conditions, and 10-way power front seats.
Over 75 per cent of UK customers specify a Ford S-MAX Titanium. There have been almost 82,000 Ford S-MAX registrations in this country since the car’s launch in 2006 and update in 2010.