The North American based automaker Ford has recently announced the starting price for the all-new B-MAX, which has been set at 15,950 euros in Germany.
After the new Ford B-MAX has been officially presented to the public at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in a world premiere, the MPV is once again placed into the spotlights, this time by announcing its starting price in Germany, which has been set at 15,950 euros. According to the car manufacturer, the Ford B-MAX will arrive in Germany’s showrooms this autumn, and the entry-level version will be powered by the 1.4 liter Duratec petrol engine, which will generate 90 horsepower.
Standard features on the entry-level B-MAX will be the ABS with electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), ESP with traction control, Ford Easy Fuel (comfort-filler cap and misfuelling protection), IPS (Intelligent Safety System) including front and side airbags for the driver and front passenger, knee airbags for the driver and head-shoulder airbags front and rear, tire pressure monitoring system, power steering, active dynamics control torque vectoring control and many other interesting things.
Ford says that the highly efficient 1.0 liter EcoBoost Engine, with its 100 horsepower, will be available from 17,350 euros, while the 120 HP version starts from 18,350 euros. Both versions are burning an average of 4.9 liters of premium fuel every 100 km and they are emitting 114 g/km of CO2. The 1.5 liter TDCi engine, with 75 HP, starts at 17,250 euros and the 1.6 liter TDCi with 95 HP has a starting price of 18,750 euros. You can check out the Ford B-MAX live at Geneva by clicking this link.