All New Ford Focus C-MAX Now Available On Motability Scheme

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The all-new Ford Focus C-MAX is now on the Motability Scheme. To start with, three petrol engine models with manual transmission will be available on the Motability Contract Hire Scheme: 1.6 LX, 1.6 Zetec and 1.8 LX. Prices are as follows for applications accepted in December 2003:

Model Advance Payment (£) Weekly Rental (£)
Focus C-MAX 5 Door 1.6 LX 600 Total Allowance
Focus C-MAX 5 Door 1.6 Zetec 800 Total Allowance
Focus C-MAX 5 Door 1.8 LX 1000 Total Allowance

Ford Focus C-MAX is a new addition to the Focus range, which brings greater space, flexibility and comfort, without compromising the acclaimed Focus driving quality. Focus C-MAX offers unique rear-seat flexibility and a premium driver and passenger environment, along with impressive storage, space and onboard entertainment choices.

Focus C-MAX completes Ford's range of multi-activity vehicles, offering another choice between the compact, new Ford Fusion and the seven-seat Ford Galaxy multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) - both available on the Ford Motability Scheme.

Focus C-MAX's flexibility has been geared to offer ample space for three rear-seat passengers or significantly improved legroom and shoulder room when there are only two. Focus C-MAX is also larger and taller than the other cars in the Focus range.

A sleek, stylish exterior makes it clear that Focus C-MAX drives more like a car, and its aerodynamic shape has the lowest drag coefficient in its segment. This sleek exterior contributes to Focus C-MAX's impressively low fuel consumption and low wind noise levels.

Published 4 December 2003 Melanie Carter
 

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