Pricing information has been released for Ford’s C-Max and C-Max 7-seater, the seven-seater version of the MPV, which has previously held the Grand C-Max name. The C-Max range will be offered in two equipment levels – Plus (entry-level) and Titanium.
The Titanium level has all the features in the basic grade plus an automatic climate control system, 16-inch alloy rims, an engine start button, electric-powered mirrors, fog lights, a rain sensor for the wipers, LED interior lights and a leather finish for the steering wheel. The engine lineup includes two petrol units and three diesel powerplants.
The entry-level engine is a 1.6 liter that delivers 125 hp. Next, there is a turbocharged 1.6 liter Ecoboost, which delivers 150 hp. Found at the bottom of the diesel range is a 1.6 liter TDCi that develops 115 hp.
The petrol range includes two versions of a 2.0 TDCi unit. The first one offers 115 hp, while the second one delivers 163 hp (the most powerful engine offered for the MPV).
Powershift dual-clutch gearbox for the 2.0 liter TDCi engine is an option. The entry-level model of the C-Max range, the C-Max Plus 1.6 liter 125 hp costs EUR19,000.
The lowest-priced diesel model, the C-Max Plus 1.6 TDCi 115 hp, is priced at EUR20,500. Notably, the Titanium trim level comes with a price premium of EUR 1,500. The C-Max7 Plus is priced from EUR22,000 to EUR26,500.