New 2016 Ford C-Max Quotes

Performance

The Ford C-Max offers extremely accurate steering that is light and delicate enough to glide around town and yet sharp and precise at higher speeds, ideal for cruising along the motorway or tackling difficult, winging country roads. With a good mix of four 1.6-litre petrol units and four diesel engines to choose from, including the newly introduced four-cylinder EcoBoost, the C-Max has all the strength you need, even with a full boot.

Running Costs

With a full range of efficient engines, the C-Max should be fairly cheap to maintain for both petrol and diesel options. The most efficient C-MAX in the range is the 1.6-litre TDCi diesel, as it has an official fuel consumption figure of 61.0mpg and CO2 emissions of 119g/km – allowing it to be tax free for the first year of ownership. The 1.0-litre EcoBoost model returns 55.4mpg and emits 117g/km of CO2, no matter which power output you go for, while the 1.6-litre EcoBoost boasts an average of 43mpg and 149g/km of CO2; making the car economically friendly and cheap to run no matter what derivative.

Equipment

Generously fitted with an extensive amount of kit, even the lowest Zetec model C-Max’s come with alloy wheels, air-conditioning, Bluetooth, a heated windscreen and a digital radio as standard. A fairly hefty amount of extra features for a lower model car. Upgrading to the Titanium model adds a premium Sony stereo, automatic headlights and wipers, climate control, keyless start and cruise control; whilst the top of the range Titanium X model boasts all of the above and part-leather interior, glass roof and powered seats.