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'''Ford C-Max/Ford Grand C-Max (C344). 2010 to date (prod. unknown). 5-door MPV, 5-door LWB MPV. F/F, engines tba.''' All-new C-Max, previewing platform that would underpin Ford Focus Mk III. Similar in looks to [[Ford Kuga|Kuga]] SUV. Introduction of long-wheelbase model, called Grand C-Max. First to be equipped with small-capacity EcoBoost engines, with 180 PS from 1·6-litre unit.
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'''Ford C-Max/Ford Grand C-Max (C344). 2010 to date (prod. unknown). 5-door MPV, 5-door LWB MPV. F/F, 1596 cm³ (4 cyl. DOHC).''' All-new C-Max, previewing platform that would underpin Ford Focus Mk III. Similar in looks to [[Ford Kuga|Kuga]] SUV. Introduction of long-wheelbase model, called Grand C-Max. First to be equipped with small-capacity EcoBoost engines, with 180 PS from 1·6-litre unit.
  
  

Revision as of 11:20, 21 September 2010

2010 Ford C-Max.jpg

Ford C-Max/Ford Grand C-Max (C344). 2010 to date (prod. unknown). 5-door MPV, 5-door LWB MPV. F/F, 1596 cm³ (4 cyl. DOHC). All-new C-Max, previewing platform that would underpin Ford Focus Mk III. Similar in looks to Kuga SUV. Introduction of long-wheelbase model, called Grand C-Max. First to be equipped with small-capacity EcoBoost engines, with 180 PS from 1·6-litre unit.


Manufacturing location: Valencia, Spain

Marque: Ford | Model: Ford C-Max | Predecessor: Ford C-Max Mk I





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