Ford C-MAX in Rushden
The Ford C-MAX is a five-seat MPV that offers outstanding space for families. It’s a flexible and refined MPV that has a very high specification as standard, with Titanium X models getting Bi-Xenon headlights, a panoramic sunroof, part-leather seats with front heating and Ford SYNC 2 with voice control. The C-MAX is affordable to run too, with the ability to return up to 74.3mpg combined (1.5 TDCi), and the cabin is wonderful place to spend time, with soft-touch materials and state-of-the-art technologies, such as Ford SYNC, which lets you control your music and make and receive calls using your voice.
The Ford C-MAX is elegant in appearance and luxurious on the inside. It can be configured with a hands-free tailgate which opens by waving your foot under the rear bumper, and Active Park Assist, to help you parallel park hands-free.
The Ford C-MAX offers both performance and confident handling. The C-MAX handles like a much smaller car, with lightweight steering, sharp handling and it has punchy performance, courtesy of a range of new, state-of-the-art TDCi diesel and EcoBoost petrol engines.
The five-seat Ford C-MAX offers outstanding cabin space and it has an enormous boot, with a load capacity of 432-litres with all five seats in place. You can even configure your C-MAX with a hands-free tailgate, to make loading easier.
Living with it
The C-MAX offers low running costs in all guises. The 1.5 TDCi engine can return up to 74.3mpg combined, while the most efficient petrol engine is the 1.0 EcoBoost, which can return up to 55.4mpg combined with low CO2 emissions.
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Sharp steering, sporty suspension and punchy engines ensure this is no ordinary MPV. Auto Express
The Ford C-MAX drives very ably, and there's a fair bit of room in there too. Top Gear
It’s supple and comfortable to absorb surface imperfections, but controlled so you’re not bouncing or floating up and down. It’s also a quiet and refined and easy cruiser. Independent