Ford Prices Family-Oriented ‘MAX’ Range From £13,095 in the UK

Just in time for early summer deliveries, Ford is letting everyone know that their C-MAX, Grand C-MAX and all-new S-MAX models are ready to take you and your family on vacation.

Ford customers looking to buy a Multi-Purpose vehicle in the UK can now orient themselves towards the entry level B-MAX, with prices starting from £13,095. Then there’s the C-MAX which you can get for as little as £18,195 and of course the more expensive S-MAX which will set you back £24,545 at best.

The B-MAX also happened to get Ford’s latest Euro6 compliant powertrains, including the 1.5 liter TDCi diesel engine which makes for a very economical ride.

The five-seat & seven-seat C-MAX will cost you more but will also offer you a lot more room than its little brother, not to mention Ford’s SYNC 2 voice-activated system, Perpendicular parking and improved Active City Stop as we’ve seen on the facelifted Focus.

If you and the Mrs need to fit even more kids in the back of your MPV, the Grand C-MAX can definitely help you do that thanks to not only the extra row, but also because it continues to feature Ford’s twin sliding doors and “walk-through” seat design. Prices for the Grand C-MAX kick off from £20,295 – well worth it for those in need of more room.

Speaking of room, the all-new S-MAX is the most impressive MPV Ford’s ever build, as it comes standard with SYNC 2, front and rear parking sensors (because you need them), keyless start, sports seats and DAB radio. It’s priced from £24,545 as an entry-level Zetec model, but if you’re looking for a Titanium or a Titanium Sport, you’ll have to do some serious explaining to your significant other about why you really needed the extra options.

Sure, explaining away privacy glass, auto lights, rain-sensing wipers, lane keeping aid, cruise control and so on is easy, since it turns out that over 75% of UK customers prefer the Titanium version. But try explaining the Titanium Sport’s full body styling kit, rear spoiler and sports suspension to your wife. Good luck with that.


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