2015 Ford C-Max and Grand C-Max HD Wallpapers: The Oasis

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      You really have to enjoy a car in order to get up close and personal with the asphalt in order to see it from such an angle. There you go, we admitted we had a good time during our 2015 Ford C-Max and Grand C-Max review. In fact, we snapped more than just one photo and we are now bringing you a set of Full HD wallpapers.

The C-Max is all about thinking outside the traditional hatchback segment, as well as turning to family values. Nevertheless, nobody said you have to put on a dull apparel when you're a cool dad, or a cool mom. In this respect, the mid-cycle revamp has brought a rather appealing design for the C-Max, front the Aston grille up front, through the arched roofline, to the sleek taillights.

Sometimes, the C-Max can be an oasis. This compact MPV has something for everybody. A bit of driving involvement for the one at the wheel and plenty of comfort for the passengers. Space? Both front and rear seat occupants enjoy the same level of attention when it comes to this.

Ford's MPV has some sort of a hidden nature. For one thing, nobody in the car will suspect you're having a good time behind the wheel, especially if they're used to the typical dull driving experience most MPVs offer. Interestingly enough, the C-Max offers just a pinch of driving fun and if you're looking for more, you'll have to reach for the larger S-Max.

There are plenty of natural elements in the image above, but you wouldn't be able to hear too much of the agitation on this field from inside the car. From the engine compartment to the door seals and side windows, the engineers have strived to reduce the NVH (noise, vibration and harshness) level. The C-Max even tops the S-Max when it comes to this, since the latter's door mirrors generate more wind noise than expected.

This is not exactly a case of saving the best for last, and we're talking about the Grand C-Max here. This offers an elongated wheelbase, which allows it to go from five to seven seats. Alas, the car loses the balance of the standard model. Right now, you might be wondering how to better differentiate the two visually. The answer comes in the Full HD photo gallery of our 2015 Ford C-Max and Grand C-Max review.
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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