Ford gives five-seat MPV new family face
16 February 2007

Ford is bringing the facelifted C-Max (it's ditched the Focus part of the car's title) to the Geneva motor show in March.

The five-seat MPV gets the same "Kinetic Design" treatment as the latest range of Fords, such as big brother S-Max and the new Mondeo.

That means a totally redisgned front, with new headlights, grille and lower bumper. At the rear there are LED tail lights and a new bumper.

The inside also gets tweaks, with a new centre console, optional panoramic roof and MP3 player connectivity.

Ford previewed the revised C-Max at the Bologna motor show in December 2006.

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