Production version of the Ford C-Max and Ford Grand C-Max will be revealed at the Geneva motor show
2 March 2010

Ford has revealed final production versions of the new C-Max and Grand C-Max models at the Geneva motor show.

The two models, which were first revealed at the Frankfurt motor show last year, will be among the first Ford models to feature the firm’s new Ecoboost petrol engines and upgraded Duratorq diesel engines.

See Ford C-Max and Grand C-Max pics

The C-Max models will be the first Fords to feature the firm’s new C-segment platform, which will also be used to underpin the next Focus. The European-spec Focus has also been revealed at Geneva.

Ford will also be displaying the Mondeo and Kuga models, which will feature the new Ecoboost and Duratorq engines.

Its facelifted and S-Max and Galaxy models will be appearing at Geneva, too.

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19 February 2010

Its a bit dreary isnt it, even in this bright colour. I wish Ford would come up with something a bit different.

19 February 2010

Fords attempt at this sector have always been a dissapointemnt and judging by these pics! they are still on form! another sales disaster i reckon!

19 February 2010

It seems to have an awfully long nose for a people carrier; they're usually stubby things.

It must have been telling lies.

19 February 2010

Sliding doors- excellent. Far more practical than the suicide items on the new Meriva.

It does look extremely samey though.

19 February 2010

[quote VX220EDDIE]

Fords attempt at this sector have always been a dissapointemnt and judging by these pics! they are still on form! another sales disaster i reckon!


I beg to differ,the c-max was best sellin mid mpv in france & italy in 2009!!! and this is what autocar says about the current cmax (ps so do auto express,car mag, etc,etc)

"Ford’s junior MPV, the C-Max, is appealing for those content with five seats. The cabin uses its space cleverly, there’s a an excellent engine range and the Focus-based platform ensures it drives decently, too. The only let-down is the dull styling."

of course styling is a personal thing!!!!! but for drivers who like good handling cars its one of the best!! far as bulbous front on the cmax,most modern cars(nearly all now) is they have to meet stringent passenger protection laws now,check out a lot of new cars in profile and you will see what i mean.

19 May 2010

ford has started making some real good cars. i have had the f350 dually and it is performing without any hitches.

17 August 2010

ford cmax is one of the best unique exterior style that ive ever seen. i like the overall concept especially its interior auto parts.

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