Ford Grand C-MAX in Rushden
The Ford Grand C-MAX gives your family room to grow. With dual sliding rear doors, seven seats that fold completely flat and state-of-the-art technologies, such as Ford SYNC with voice control and optional integrated sun-blinds, the Grand C-MAX helps you make the most of family life. Titanium X models come fully loaded with kit, including Bi-Xenon headlights, premium part leather seats and a panoramic sunroof, but whichever Grand C-MAX you choose, you can expect a high specification. The Grand C-MAX is highly efficient too, returning up to 64.2mpg combined with CO2 emissions as low as 113 g/km (1.5 TDCi 120PS).
The Ford Grand C-MAX is a stylish, elegant MPV. The Grand C-MAX’s sleek exterior styling is also functional, with sliding side doors for easy access. The premium theme continues inside too, where high quality cabin materials and state-of-the-art technologies combine.
The Grand C-MAX is available with a 6-speed manual or automatic PowerShift gearbox, and a range of punchy engines. The cabin remains quiet at motorway speeds, and if you like your cars to handle well, then you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
The Grand C-MAX is an outstanding family car. The sliding side doors make access easy, and all the seats fold flat, to reveal an enormous loading area that will swallow 1,715-litres of luggage, or 448-litres with five seats in place.
Living with it
For ultra-low running costs, choose the 1.5 TDCi 120PS engine, which will return up to 64.2mpg combined. The 2.0 TDCi engines offer more power, and there’s also 1.0 EcoBoost engines available, which are the ideal choice for low-mileage families.
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Running costs are low, the seats are easy to fold and sliding rear doors make it easy to get kids in and out. Auto Express
If you’re a family type but still enjoy driving, the C-Max is perfect, as it is more entertaining than its familyman image would have you believe. Top Gear
You might buy a Grand C-MAX for its practicality, but unlike most rivals, it’s also fun to drive. In fact, it feels more like a sporty hatchback than the tall family car it actually is. Independent