New Ford B-Max colour edition released
Ford has unveiled the new colour edition B-Max, which boasts an eye-catching exterior and a range of other great features.
The new colour edition B-Max will be available in Ford car and van dealerships in Taunton. Buyers of this new edition can never come up with the excuse of being unable to find their car in a car park again as the new model has a contrasting black roof and is available in 10 different body colours.
The new Ford B-Max not only boasts a burst of colour, but has unique 16-inch alloy wheels, privacy glass, the SYNC connectivity system, optional Cognac stitching for the seats, a 1-litre EcoBoost engine, Active City Stop, the Ford Easy Access Door System and the exclusive MyKey technology.
Style and practicality go hand-in-hand
Ford believes that the new colour edition of the Ford B-Max demonstrates style and practicality going hand-in-hand with one another.
Speaking to Ford Motor Company Media, Roelant de Waard, Vice President, Marketing, Sales & Service for Ford of Europe, said, “The new B-MAX Colour Edition shows that style and practicality really can go hand-in-hand.
“Head-turning design and sophisticated features like SYNC voice-activated connectivity and the Ford Easy Access Door System make the B-MAX one of the most advanced and innovative small cars in Europe.”
The Ford B-Max colour edition models that will have the multi-award-winning 1-litre EcoBoost petrol engine are set to be released across Europe and be available in Ford van and car dealerships in Salisbury from spring 2016.
The new model’s features have been lauded and the MyKey feature, which allows parents to implement restrictions on young drivers to help improve safer driving, is exclusive to Ford vehicles.
The other feature that has received acclaim is the Active City Stop technology available in the Ford B-Max colour edition model, which scans the road and automatically applies the brakes to reduce the impact of a crash or to completely avoid it if the driver does not react in a certain amount of time.
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