Ford Galaxy & Ford S-MAX among best 7-seaters to buy in 2015/16
The Ford Galaxy and Ford S-MAX have both made it into the top 10 best seven-seaters to buy in 2015/16.
Ford car sales in Andover and across the rest of the UK are very healthy and now an article on Auto Express has compiled a list of the 10 best seven-seater cars available to British drivers looking for a new vehicle.
Ford is well represented in the list as the Ford Galaxy and the Ford S-MAX came in third and sixth respectively.
The Ford Galaxy is the biggest of four MPVs that the car manufacturer makes. The article on Auto Express says, “Adults can fit in all three rows of seats, and when it’s not needed the third row folds electrically into the boot floor, while the second row flops forward at the touch of a button.”
The Galaxy also receives praise for its comfort, EcoBoost petrol engine, and choice of six-speed manual and Powershift dual-clutch auto gearboxes.
The Ford S-MAX, according to Auto Express, “proved you needn’t sacrifice family practicality for driver enjoyment”.
The new S-MAX model is a well-rounded family car that also boasts Ford’s SYNC 2 infotainment system, 17-inch alloy wheels, parking sensors, key-free entry and a DAB radio. The Titanium Sport models also boast sat-nav, USB connectivity, bigger wheels, heated front seats, a new sporty body kit and a sports suspension.
7-seater cars don’t need to be boring
Seven-seater Ford cars sold in Poole and other dealerships don’t need to be boring as demonstrated by the unique features that the Galaxy and S-MAX models now boast.
The seven-seater cars look much more appealing than what they once did, but still provide the practicality of extra seats, large boot space and the ability to carry a lot of weight around.
So if you are after comfort, luxury, space, speed or a mixture of all four, then you now know Ford can offer you all this and more.
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