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Offering a softer, more comfortable ride than its C-Max counterpart, the Grand C-Max is agile and has great steering. It’s much more compliant than the C-Max, giving it a great, grown up feel when driven. The Grand C-Max also features an impressive engine line up for a car of its size with four diesel engines and four petrol engines to choose from; including the new four-cylinder 1.6-litre EcoBoost with two power bands. Deliver 148bhp and achieving from zero to 62mph in 9.9 seconds; this engine offers plenty of pulling power for a car of this bulk – especially useful when full of passengers.

Running Costs

Like the C-Max, the Grand C-Max is very generous in terms of running costs thanks to Ford’s efforts to consistently offer an excellent range of efficient petrol and diesel engines; with the cheapest to run being the 1.6-litre TDCi which emits just 129g/km of CO2 and returns 57.7mpg. However, for a more powerful petrol engine there is the danger of more frequent refuelling, such as the impressive 1.6-litre EcoBoost which averages at 40.9mpg and 159g/km. Although it can’t beat the diesel engine economically, the EcoBoost makes up the running costs with its stronger performance.


The Grand C-Max has 2 different types of trim, which keeps things simple for buyers but offers an impressively high list of features on the basic model. The Zetec features alloy wheels, air-conditioning, leather steering wheel, alarms, DAB radio/CD and Bluetooth with USB connectivity, voice control and rear parking sensors. The more expensive Titanium option includes auto front wipers, auto headlamps, dual electronic auto climate control, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, hill launch assist, cruise control with speed limiter, a Sony DAB audio and navigation system, power-folding mirrors and tyre pressure monitors. Ford also offers additional equipment ‘packs’ for the Grand C-Max, with features ranging from additional parking assist aids to space saver steel wheels.