The facelifted C-MAX and Grand C-MAX and the new generation of the S-MAX are getting ready to be introduced in the United Kingdom.
Ford’s second generation of the S-MAX people carrier has been unveiled at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, in production form, and it will be introduced in the United Kingdom this summer. The model is using the new modular platform as seen on the new Mondeo generation, promising an upgraded cabin, a sharper look and some extra practicality. The model will start from 24,545 GBP and for the money you will get the SYNC 2 touch screen infotainment system, navigation, front and rear parking sensors, DAB radio, keyless start and sports seats. Under the hood, the 1.5 liter EcoBoost turbo petrol unit with 158 HP will be resting.
The 2.0L Duratorq diesel can be yours in the Zetec trim from 25,245 GBP, with 148 HP, while the Powershift 6-speed automatic will add the 1,500 GBP. The Titanium comes at another 700 GBP and it is adding the LED daytime running lights, cruise control, auto headlights and wipers, Traffic Sign Recognition and more. The Titanium Sport starts from 31,300 GBP in the 2.0L auto 237 HP while the 2.0L diesel with 178 HP costs 29,945 GBP. The automatic only AWD version can be yours from 32,945 GBP.
The C-MAX range kicks in at 18,145 GB and for the money you will get the Zetec trim with the 123 HP naturally aspirated 1.6 liter petrol burner, but for an extra 500 GBP, you can get the 1.0 liter EcoBoost, and for another 500 GBP, you can get the 123 HP unit. The cheapest diesel can be yours from 19,895 GBP, in the 1.5 TDCI 118 HP and the flagship unit is the 2.0 TDCI 148 HP which, in the Titanium, costs 22,895 GBP. The 7-seat Gran comes from 20,295 GBP.