Here at Perrys we understand that buying a new car can be daunting, especially when sigfitng through endless pages of pricing and specifaction details.
So, to help you in your car buiying endevours, we have created a short breakdown of pricing and specifation details for the new Ford B-Max MPV, which goes on sale in the UK 12 Septmeber this year.
The B-max range is avialable with three trim levels: Studio, Zetec and Titanium, each offering differnt engine options at a different price.
Ford B-Max Studio
1.4-litre 89bhp petrol (£12,995)
Ford B-Max Zetec
1.4-litre 89bhp petrol (£15,600)
1.0-litre 99bhp EcoBoost (£16,195)
1.5-litre 74bhp diesel (16,995)
1.6-litre 104bhp petrol (£17,255)
Ford B-Max Titanium
1.0-litre 99bhp EcoBoost (£17,595)
1.0-litre 118bhp EcoBoost (£18,195)
1.6-litre 104bhp petrol (£18,655)
1.6-litre 94bhp diesel (18,895)
If your after low CO2 emissions, then the Titanium 1.6-litre 94bhp diesel (18,895) is the best option as it is the lowest emitting powertrain as it emits just 104g/km, qualifying for first year road tax exemption. In terms of power options, th most powerful is the Titanium 1.0-litre 118bhp EcoBoost (£18,195).
Standard equipment includes…
Studio – electronic stability control, front, side, knee and curtain airbags, tyre pressure monitoring and adjustable driver’s seat.
Zetec – leather trim for the steering wheel, DAB radio and CD player, heated windscreen, Bluetooth, 15-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning and fog lights.
Titanium – Ford SYNC, 16-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, heated seats, rain-sensing wipers, gloss grille surrounds and carpet floor mats.
The most luxurious option is clearly the top of the range Titanium trim as it includes the acclaimed Ford SYNC system, which uses voice activation controls to browse in car media features.
However, the Ford SYNC technology can be added to the entry level Studio trim as an optional extra at around £250.