New 2017 Ford B-MAX uk deals

We currently have 13 2017 Ford B-MAX models available with an average saving of £3200. Our 2017 Ford B-MAX deals are quoted as on the road or (OTR) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises.
We have all models, all styles, and all trims including Zetec Navigator, Titanium Navigator, Titanium X Navigator.

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Manual Petrol 1.0EcoB 125 SS 5 1.0 125 114 £17345 Show Discount
Manual Diesel 1.5TDCi 95 SS 5 1.5 95 98 £18195 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.4 90 5 1.4 90 139 £16145 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.0EcoB 100 5 1.0 100 119 £16745 Show Discount
Manual Diesel 1.5TDCi 75 SS 5 1.5 75 98 £17695 Show Discount
Powershift Petrol 1.6 105 5 1.6 105 149 £17745 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.0EcoB 125 SS 5 1.0 125 114 £18545 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.0EcoB 100 5 1.0 100 119 £17945 Show Discount
Manual Diesel 1.5TDCi 95 SS 5 1.5 95 98 £19395 Show Discount
Powershift Petrol 1.6 105 5 1.6 105 149 £18945 Show Discount
Manual Petrol 1.0EcoB 125 SS 5 1.0 125 114 £19745 Show Discount
Manual Diesel 1.5TDCi 95 SS 5 1.5 95 98 £20595 Show Discount
Powershift Petrol 1.6 105 5 1.6 105 149 £20145 Show Discount
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Ford B-MAX

Prices start at around £13,500 and top out at around £19,500, targeting this B-MAX precisely at the two supermini-based MPV designs that probably represent its closest competition, Citroen's C3 Picasso and Vauxhall's Meriva.

If, having looked at the opposition, you do settle on this Ford, then you'll probably have done enough research to conclude that the very top and the very bottom of the B-MAX line-up has limited appeal.

After all, at entry-level, the engine technology's old, the spec's very basic and you can't order many of the really clever options. While at the top of the range, the pokiest Petrol and Diesel units - the 140PS 1.0 EcoBoost Petrol and the 95PS 1.6-litre TDCi Diesel - come wedded to pricey spec levels that will be beyond the pockets of most potential buyers.

The result is that most B-MAX customers will be shopping in a narrow £16,000 to £17,500 bracket amongst mid-spec Zetec-trimmed 1.0-litre EcoBoost 100PS Petrol or 1.5-litre TDCi Diesel models that all come reasonably equipped.

At this level, you can expect to find things like 15-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, a heated windscreen, air conditioning, a height adjustable front seat, leather trim for the steering wheel and gear lever, a six-speaker stereo with DAB digital radio, a trip computer and a Hill Start Assist system to stop you from drifting backwards on uphill junctions.

As for options, well the two key ones to consider. First up is 'Ford SYNC', the company's voice-activated in-car connectivity system that can Bluetooth link-in you mobile 'phone, read you texts and even call the emergency services in an accident.

And talking of accidents, the optional 'Active City Stop' system should help you avoid the low speed variety. It uses a radar system mounted in the top of the windscreen that constantly scans the road ahead for collision hazards.

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