The exciting new C-MAX family with its new levels of style and desirability is now available to test drive at Roy Chapman Ford, located in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.
- Distinctive new designs show how compact multi-activity vehicles can be stylish and desirable.
- Five-seat model combines a sleeker, more sporting design with traditional C-MAX virtues of room and practicality.
- Seven-seat Grand C-MAX introduces extra space and flexibility to C-MAX line-up, with twin sliding doors and innovative seating concepts.
- New technologies include semi-automatic parallel parking, blind spot detection and power operation for the tailgate.
Customers now have the choice of a five-seat C-MAX or the new seven-seat Grand C-MAX, which features twin sliding doors and innovative seat design to provide outstanding space and flexibility.
The all-new Ford C-MAX range introduces a number of advanced new technologies to the compact MAV (multi-activity vehicle) class focused on enhanced comfort, safety and sustainability, including the availability of new and powerful, yet highly fuel-efficient, low-CO2 Ford EcoBoost petrol engines.
The five-seat C-MAX departs from usual MAV thinking by adopting a sportier feel with a stylish passenger-car look. It features a coupé-like, sweeping roofline which falls off to the rear, yet still retains the traditional C-MAX virtues of roominess and practicality.
Equally dynamic in character, the seven-seat Grand C-MAX presents a more functional appearance which highlights the extra space and versatility provided by the car. With a longer wheelbase, the seven-seat model features a higher roofline and thinner pillars which emphasise the generous room and visibility on offer within the cabin.
The twin sliding doors are neatly integrated, with the rail cleverly concealed by the undercut line on the shoulder of the vehicle. The large tailgate design ensures a low loading height, while the stylish intersection between the tail lamps and rear glass gives a family resemblance to the Galaxy, Ford’s largest people mover.
Among the new technologies being introduced to Ford of Europe in the C-MAX range are a host of features which will enhance practicality and safety for family users. These innovations include semi-automatic parallel parking, blind spot detection, seat belt warning lights for rear seat passengers, power-activated child locks and power operation for the tailgate.
Sales Director, Justine Chapman, says “we are really excited by this latest Ford; they have created two really distinctive vehicles which customers will choose for the way they look and drive, and not just because they are practical and versatile.”
To arrange a test drive contact: Nicholas Garrad, Sales Advisor, on tel: 01442 871234 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.