Ford Grand C-MAX in Leeds
With its contemporary styling and versatile 7-seat layout, the Ford Grand C-MAX gives families room to grow. A 2+3+2 seating layout with fold flat seats ensures that you can prioritise people or load-carrying capacity, and the Grand C-MAX is also available with a hands-free powered tailgate that automatically opens and closes for you. Choose from three well-equipped trim levels, with popular Titanium models boasting an 8” touchscreen with Ford SYNC 3, while top-spec Titanium X models benefit from premium part leather heated front seats and Bi-Xenon HID headlights. You also have a choice of TDCi and EcoBoost engines to suit your lifestyle.
The Ford Grand C-MAX stands out as a luxurious family MPV, thanks to bold character lines and an elegant silhouette. Sweeping headlights give it a modern and sporty front-end, while free-flowing bodywork gives it a stunning side and rear profile.
The Grand C-MAX rides gracefully over the most rutted roads, and is available with your choice of TDCi or EcoBoost engines. It handles like a smaller car, with enough performance for safe overtaking and a little fun when the roads get twisty.
The Grand C-MAX has flexible seating, that allows you to convert the 2+3+2 layout into a 2+2+2 layout or a 2+3 layout to prioritise load or passenger space. The boot is also huge, with a 448-litre load volume with five seats in place.
Living with it
Equipped with the 1.5 TDCi 120PS engine, the Ford Grand C-MAX will return up to 64.2mpg combined. All models have useful features too - a Quickclear heated windscreen comes as standard, and Titanium models get Ford SYNC 3 as standard.
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Ford Grand C-MAX Reviews
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