New 2016 Ford S-Max Quotes

Performance

The Ford S-Max is a superb car, offering excellent grip and ride quality when compared to other people carriers on the market. It features minimal bodyroll for a vehicle of its size and is extremely easy to manoeuvre, being quickly accessible for drivers not used to such a bulky car. The S-Max boasts four different engines, including a powerful diesel engine with 175bhp; and Ford’s well renowned 2.0-litre petrol EcoBoost engine, adding a strong spread of power to the vehicle.

Running Costs

The Ford S-Max is surprisingly affordable for its size and is not greatly greedy for fuel, especially the 2.0-litre EcoBoost engine, which officially averages 34.9mpg and CO2 emissions of 189g/km. Diesel options are slightly more expensive but offer more power and miles to the gallon with the 2.0-litre TDCi engines figures averaging at - 52.3mpg and 139g/km. Large vehicles are generally let down by their high running costs, but the Ford S-Max proves itself to be financially accessible, offering enough affordable power required for a very efficient people carrier.

Equipment

The Ford S-Max comes with three trims, the Zetec, Titanium-X and Titanium-X Sport, all of which feature a very impressive list of features. The Zetec as 16-inch alloy wheels, climate control, front and rear parking sensors plus sports seats as standard. The Titanium-X has all the Zetec features plus 17-inch alloys, cruise control and extra chrome trim. The Titanium-X Sport boasts the most features, with all of the above, and 18-inch alloys, a sporty body kit, sports suspension, panoramic glass roof, xenon headlights; for the ultimate S-Max experience.