When the all-new Ford Focus C-MAX officially goes on sale in the UK on 18 October, value will be a standard feature of all models, with prices starting from £13,175 on-the-road and insurance ratings from just 5E.
- All-new Focus C-MAX officially on sale 18 October 2003
- Prices starting from £13,175 on-the-road
- Highly competitive insurance ratings starting from just 5E
- New engines and transmissions available by end 2003
"Focus C-MAX carries forward Focus’ key attributes, including style, comfort and driving quality, and adds to this a new dimension of flexibility and space", said Paul Thomas, managing director, Ford of Britain. "We’ve also made sure Focus C-MAX is priced to offer UK customers real value for money on every model in the range."
Value and choice
Customers will have a choice of two petrol engines and two diesel engines, in four trim levels: Studio, LX, Zetec and Ghia. With the ever-growing popularity of Ford’s TDCi diesel technology, UK Focus C-MAX sales are already projected to be 37 per cent diesel, while the most popular model is expected to be the 1.8-litre petrol Zetec.
Standard on every model is Ford’s Intelligent Protection System, with six airbags and ABS, plus air conditioning and 550 litres of luggage space. Most models also offer Ford’s innovative ‘Comfort Seat System’, turning in seconds the conventional five-seater into an even more spacious and comfortable four-seater.