Ford’s new five-seat C-Max will cost from £16,745 when sales start next month.
The entry-level Zetec model comes equipped with a 104bhp 1.6-litre petrol engine; standard equipment includes alloy wheels, air-con, a leather steering wheel, a DAB radio system and Bluetooth and USB connectivity.
Other petrol engines in the C-Max range include a 123bhp 1.6 and an all-new four-cylinder 148bhp 1.6 Ecoboost engine mated to a new six-speed manual gearbox. This costs from £19,745 in Titanium trim, which adds climate control, keyless start, cruise control a premium Sony audio system and automatic front headlights and wipers over Zetec models.
Diesel engines available in the C-Max include a 113bhp 1.6 and a 138bhp 2.0, which is also available with Ford’s six-speed dual-clutch gearbox.
Prices have also been announced for the seven-seat Grand C-Max. All of the engines available in the C-Max are available in its larger sister model, with the exception of the entry-level 104bhp 1.6 petrol unit.
The Ford Grand C-Max costs from £18,745 for the 123bhp 1.6 petrol model in Zetec trim. Sales of this model also start next month.