The A to Z of Cars – Ford B-Max

Mon 5th Mar 2018

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Ford B-Max
Produced in Europe since 2012, the B-Max was originally a concept car shown to the motoring public at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show and was officially launch at the 2012 Mobile World Congress.

Ford based the B-Max on the Ford Fiesta, though it’s unique eye-catching proposition is the rear sliding doors which have no B-pillars. The B-Max won the International Engine of the Year for this 1.0 litre three cylinder engine, which featured a turbocharged direct injection with the excellent start & stop technology.

The B-Max comes in three different trim levels, the Studio, Zetec and Titanium; the Studio being the entry level model. The first ever B-Max was bought by the President of Romania in 2012, directly from the country’s Craiova plant.

Due to dwindling sales the B-Max ceased production in September 2017, something of a unique decision by Ford, as they normally give their models at least one mid-cycle facelift.

The Ford B-MAX is a really clever small MPV 4/5 -
The Ford B-MAX is a small MPV with clever sliding rear doors  4/5 -
The Ford B-Max people-carrier introduces a novel pillarless door system 4.5/5 -

Assembly – Craiova, Romania
Class – Mini MPV
Similar Cars – Fiat 500L, Citroen C3 Picasso, Nissan Note

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