Tuesday, August 23, 2011

2012 Ford C-Max

The “One Ford” strategy will be on display at the 2011 Detroit auto show, where Ford will introduce its C-Max mini-minivan to North America. Already an established nameplate in Europe, the C-Max is considered an MPV, a multi-purpose vehicle that combines sedan and minivan attributes on a C-class car platform. Stateside, the most natural competitor is the Mazda5, an affordable, versatile family hauler that deserves better sales figures.

Sized like the original minivans at 178-inches long, the C-Max is a three-row, seven-seat vehicle. The second-row seats slide, recline, and fold flat, enabling flexible configurations to meet varying passenger and cargo demands. The third-row folds flat, as well. In the video, you can see how a fold-out cargo floor makes for a flat surface across the second and third rows. Access is made simple with an elevated ride height and sliding second-row door.

Full Article: http://www.automedia.com/blog/post/Detroit-Video-Preview-Ford-C-Max-Minivan-photos.aspx?gclid=CPr19Zf75aoCFVMZQgodwHBO7w

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