Ford Grand C-MAX in Driffield & Bridlington
With seven seats and technologies that make life easier, the Ford Grand C-MAX is a car that the whole family can enjoy. The Grand C-MAX gives your family room to grow, with a 2+3+2 seating arrangement and a flexible load area. The middle seat row can slide forwards and backwards to prioritise load space or legroom, and vehicular access is made easy with large sliding side doors. For those of you who love technology, Titanium models have Ford SYNC 3 and an 8” touchscreen with a premium centre console for added practicality, while Titanium X models have Bi-xenon HID headlights.
With a sleek silhouette, sweeping headlights and a sporty stance, the Grand C-MAX is an eye-catching MPV for all the right reasons. Inside, the cabin has a quality fit and finish, with Titanium X models boasting premium part leather sports seats.
The Grand C-MAX defies its spacious proportions with agile, responsive handling and willing performance from a range of EcoBoost and TDCi engines. Comfortable, refined and safe, the Grand C-MAX has all the traits of an outstanding family car.
The Ford Grand C-MAX has space for seven with a 2+3+2 seating arrangement. The middle bench slides so you can prioritise legroom or load space, and the boot is enormous, with a 448-litre load volume with five seats in place.
Living with it
The Ford Grand C-MAX offers a rewarding driving experience and remarkable efficiency, with fuel economy of up to 64.2mpg combined (1.5 TDCi 120PS). A Quickclear heated windscreen, Bluetooth, Hill Start Assist and Ford MyKey come as standard across the range.
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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