The new C-Max was designed to bring enhanced comfort and safety with the latest technologies available.
Offering seating for 5, the C-MAX was a sporty small MPV appealing to a broad age range.
New for 2010, Ford introduced the 1.6-liter EcoBoost unit that provided a good fuel economy compared to larger gasoline engines that produced similar power.
Both the exterior and the interior design were created using the Ford’s kinetic design form language, the same that was used for the successful Fiesta, Kuga and Mondoe.
As the previous model, the new C-Max was equipped with three individual 40/20/40 folding seats in the second row. For an additional fee, the C-Max could be equipped with the Comfort System that allowed the center seat to be folded away.
The high driving position provided amazing visibility, while the high mounted gear knob and center console were easy to action.
An impressive array of top-notch technologies that were usually found in more premium vehicles, the C-Max could be equipped with numerous features that enhanced practicality and safety.
Among the most important equipments were the Active Park Assist, Blind Spot information system, Speed limiter, power child locks, power operate tailgate, a rear-view camera and others.