Ford B-MAX in Leeds
The Ford B-MAX is a stylish and tech-packed family car that makes clever use of its space, with sliding rear doors, fold-flat rear seats and a 318-litre boot with an adjustable floor. For families, the B-MAX offers plenty of space and it’s affordable to run too, returning up to 74.3mpg combined. Equipment is generous across the range - Choose from Zetec Navigator, Titanium Navigator and Titanium X Navigator models, with Ford Navigation and Ford SYNC fitted as standard across the range. Titanium Navigator models get cruise control and power-foldable door mirrors, while Titanium X Navigator models get a panorama sunroof.
The Ford B-MAX stands out with a stylish, elegant design that’s more befitting of a sporty hatchback than an MPV. It looks great from any angle and the interior is special, with plenty of space and high-quality, soft-touch materials in abundance.
With agile handling, eager performance and outstanding comfort, there’s lots to love about the way the B-MAX drives. Choose from a range of engines, with cruise control fitted as standard on Titanium Navigator models for all those long family road trips.
Ford’s innovative Easy Access Door System with sliding rear doors makes access easy, while fold-flat rear seats and a fold-flat passenger seat make loading easy. The boot is big too, with a 318-litre load volume for your shopping and luggage.
Living with it
The Ford B-MAX is affordable to run, returning up to 74.3mpg combined when equipped with the 1.5 TDCi engine. Efficient EcoBoost petrol engines are available for lower-mileage families, and all B-MAX models come loaded with features that make life easier.
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Ford B-MAX Reviews
Sharp handling and a smooth ride combine to make the Ford fun to drive, while the light controls and compact exterior dimensions result in excellent agility in town. Auto Express
Despite being a practical mini-MPV, it’s also a true Ford: the B-MAX really scores with the way it drives. Top Gear
It's a great a leap forward for humanity as penicillin or sliced bread. Well, perhaps not, but it is a piece of genius. Independent