The Ford Focus C-MAX Ghia has been named winner in the compact MPV category of the 2005 British Insurance Car Security Awards for the second year running.
Backed by Thatcham, the Department of Transport, UK Insurers and supported by the Home Office, vehicles were rated according to theft of and theft from the vehicle. The Focus C-MAX Ghia achieved the highest score to scoop the award in the highly competitive Compact MPV category.
Standard security features on the Focus C-MAX Ghia include Thatcham category 1 alarms, remote-control deadlocks, engine immobiliser, locking bonnet and visible VIN numbers. The new Ford Focus Ghia and Titanium models were also recognised for an award in the Small Family category.
Paul Thomas, managing director Ford Motor Company Limited said, "We consider security to be of paramount importance for the drivers and passengers of our vehicles and we are therefore thrilled that the Ford Focus C-MAX has picked up this prestigious accolade. This award is testimony to the great effort and dedication of our security engineers to optimise the security of our cars."
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