Motorists will be able to get their hands on Ford's new S-Max multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) within the next few months, with prices starting from £24,545, it has been announced.
Unveiling the new pricing structure for its MPVs, the manufacturer says the new C-Max will be available from £18,195 and the B-Max from £13,095.
The new five-seater C-Max is to boast technological features such as voice-activated connectivity and a perpendicular parking system.
Prices for the new seven-seater Grand C-Max, meanwhile, will start at £20,295, with the car featuring twin sliding doors as well as more space and better fuel efficiency than its predecessors.
Launched two years ago, the Ford B-Max boasts a 1.5-litre TDCi diesel engine.
The C-Max has been in production since 2003 and is the second smallest MPV in the Ford line-up.
The smallest is the B-Max, a car based on the Ford Fiesta.
The S-Max, meanwhile, first went on sale in 2006 and was named European Car of the Year in 2007.
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