The all-new Ford B-Max has been recently tested by Auto Express and if you’re curious to see what came out of that, scroll down and click play.
The Ford B-Max has had its share of marketing and the most known feature about it is the missing B-pillar, which has been integrated into the rear door on both sides. But I’m sure that the guys at Auto Express have more things to say about the model rather than talk about its B-pillars, which have been “removed” in order to allow an easier access to the rear seats in tight spaces.
Ford says that the standard entry-level B-Max will get the active dynamics control torque vectoring, power steering, tire pressure monitoring system, 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, Ford Easy Fuel (comfort-filler cap and misfuelling protection), ESP with traction control, ABS with EBD and other interesting things.
Under the hood, the Ford B-Max is coming with the praised 1.0 liter EcoBoost engine, which is producing a total output of 100 HP or even 120 HP, depending on the version chosen. Both output will burn 4.9 L/100 km of premium fuel and the CO2 emissions will stop at 114 g/km of CO2. Two diesel engines will also be available for the model, the 1.5 liter TDCi with 75 HP and the 1.6 liter TDCi with 95 HP. The Ford B-Max has a starting price of 15,950 euros.