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Ford S-Max

Ford S-Max

Top Gear has selected their winners for 2006. A couple of german cars, Ferrari Ferrari and Jaguar Jaguar and also Citroen Citroen scoped the Top Gear awards. Audi’s TT picked up the "Best Coupe" accolade, while BMW BMW ’s Mini Mini Cooper S was awarded "Best Small Car", Jaguar XK Jaguar XK "Best GT", Ferrari 599 Ferrari 599 GTB - "Best Supercar". Top Gear Awards SUV - Land Rover Freelander 2: "the LR2 is more sophisticated and comfortable than ever, and it still rules the off-road roost" (...)
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Loder1899 offer an unique custom concept for the Ford S-Max, using carbon-fiber parts which add to the futuristic look to the car. The elegant, aerodynamically designed parts are lightweight and of the highest quality. Also the car is offered with diesel engines from 130 hp to 155 hp, also the engines and combined with Loder1899’s exhaust systems increase the power from 220 hp to 270 hp (for the 2.5-litre turbo (...)

The all-new Ford S-MAX has been awarded the prestigious title of "Car of the Year 2007". The Car of the Year is an international award, judged by a panel of 58 top motoring journalists from 22 European countries. Its objective is to acclaim the most outstanding new car to go on sale in the 12 months preceding the date of the title. It is organized by a group of seven leading European publications: Auto (Italy), Autocar (Great Britain), Autopista (Spain), Auto Visie (Holland), (...)
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Unvieled at Geneva, the Ford S-Max Ford S-Max was made to fill the gap between the large Galaxy and the smaller C-Max.The S-Max shares the Galaxy’s front-drive ’C1 Plus’ platform (the new Volvo Volvo S80 also uses it) and arched-roof five-door styling, but it’s two inches shorter and three inches lower. The S-Max’s tidier dimensions yield a sportier look, an impression the stylists seek to accentuate with simulated air vents at the trailing edge of the wheel wells. Ford design chief Martin Smith cites it as the (...)
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Production of the new Ford S-MAX and Ford Galaxy Ford Galaxy began today at Ford’s assembly plant in Genk , Belgium , the latest additions to Ford’s expanding European car line-up. The production milestone was commemorated at a plant ceremony today attended by Guy Verhofstadt, Prime Mini Mini ster of Belgium, Fientje Moerman, Vice President of the Flemish government, and John Fleming, President and CEO, Ford of Europe. The new models, which combine sporty styling with family practicality, go on sale next (...)

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