No other vehicle in its class offers such an attractive combination of style, versatility and technology,” said Ford of Europe’s chairman and CEO, Stephen Odell. “We think it will be among the most technologically advanced small cars you can buy at any price.”
What we're saying is that if you're looking for a compact family car, the 2012 Ford B-Max could fit you perfectly. It's slightly bigger than a Fiesta and one of it's biggest pluses is the lack of the B-pillars. Nope, all the structural resistance needed has been integrated into the doors, which also allow a very easy access to the interior. The rear doors slide on a rail while the front ones open the classic way.
Once inside, you'll be welcomed by a kinetic design approach, with bold graphics and sculpted surfaces that define all Ford's small and medium cars in the respective lineup. There's a slim wing-like upper instrument panel section which extends out to the door panels, a prominent center console, quality materials and tiny gaps in between the trim panels.
Power is assured by a range of both gasoline and diesel units that offer between 75 and 120 HP.