When it comes to mini multi-purpose vehicles (MPVs), the Ford B-Max has few rivals for comfort, interior space, and overall value. The B-Max offers plenty of flexible interior space along with a higher roof line that does not force passengers to trade comfort for cargo room. If you have ever driven a B-Max, you know it feels less like a mini and more like a C-class van.
The B-Max is a popular car among young families with children. There is enough seating for the average family for regular trips across town, yet the interior space is flexible enough to carry a decent amount of cargo. Heading to the DIY store to get supplies for your garden project? With a minimal amount of time and effort you can reconfigure the interior space to turn your B-Max into a cargo transport vehicle, then easily back a passenger vehicle once again.
Model range: Zetec Titanium Navigator Titanium X Navigator Body styles: 5 Door Engines available: 1.5 Diesel 1.6 Petrol Automatic 1.0 Ecoboost 125
The B-Max was first introduced by Ford Europe in 2012. The car's designers built it on the Ford global B platform, a sub-compact platform developed jointly by Ford and Mazda. The Fusion and Fiesta Mk5 were also built on the platform. As for the car's design theme, it has been based on the Ford Kinetic design since its inception.
Your search for a nearly new B-Max will reveal several different engine and trim packages to choose from. The base package is known as the Studio; it is only offered with a 1.4L engine. The Zetec and Titanium packages offer a bit more in terms of engines and artistic flair. Regardless of your choice though, all three trim packages come with the same Ford quality you have come to know and expect. If you are in the market for a nearly new B-Max, we are here to help you find it.