Ford’s range of stylish and versatile seven-seater MPVs now offers an enhanced engine and technology mix.

The Ford S-MAX and Galaxy are the latest to offer the new flagship 175PS TDCi engine.

Developed for performance, the 175PS 2.2-litre Duratorq TDCi engine is the largest displacement and most powerful diesel installation available in Ford of Europe’s passenger cars. It provides a sustained 400Nm of torque at 1,750rpm for effortless overtaking ability combined with exceptional economy.

2008 Ford S-MAX and Galaxy 2.2 TDCi
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There is also a 10PS power boost, from 130PS to 140PS, for 2.0-litre diesel S-MAX and Galaxy models equipped with an automatic gearbox. Another new 2.0-litre Ford MPV variant is the S-MAX and Galaxy flexifuel vehicle (FFV) – capable of running on any mix of bioethanol and petrol in the same fuel tank.

Ford S-MAX and Galaxy are more advanced inside as well as out. Wireless Bluetooth® mobile phone connectivity becomes standard across the range.

The range-topping S-MAX Titanium adds Solar Reflect Windscreen, ambient lighting and chrome door handles as standard, while Titanium X pack now includes bi-xenon lights.

Galaxy Ghia adds new 10-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels, Solar Reflect Windscreen, ambient lighting and rear compartment air conditioning.

A new Ghia X Plus Pack is now available, with 18-inch alloys, bi-xenon lights and powered rear quarter windows to complement full leather trim and glass panorama roof.

Entry-level versions of the S-MAX and Galaxy now become Edge models instead of LX in line with changes to other Ford products.

The S-MAX and Galaxy colour palate is also refreshed with Chill, Morello (aubergine) Blazer Blue and Hypnotic Silver joining existing popular shades.

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11 comments:

  (762) posted on 01.5.2012

The development of the performance of this S-Max sounds so great! As for the looks of it, I love the classy and sophisticated that this car is expressing.

  (397) posted on 01.2.2012

I really love stainless car. smiley S-Max and galaxy is not on exception on those car that I love. Looks so simple but very appealing which I love the most with my car.

  (369) posted on 10.14.2011

This car is nice and it is a car for one family, all members of family can takes a road trip with the use of this car. But this car is much similar to toyota innova or toyota avanza.

  (427) posted on 09.2.2011

S-Max and Galaxy is still impressived even though the styling and the platform design is almost the same with the other car but they are right that the paint that they use is really suited for it.

  (409) posted on 08.26.2011

I really love stainless car. smiley S-Max and galaxy is not on exception on those car that I love. Looks so simple but very appealing which I love the most with my car.

  (488) posted on 08.25.2011

The development of the performance of this S-Max sounds so great! As for the looks of it, I love the classy and sophisticated that this car is expressing.

  (728) posted on 08.9.2011

This S-Max and Galaxy seems so impressive and the developed performance of this is quite good but looking at this car it seems that it is so ordinary and nothing special.

  (380) posted on 09.27.2010

I own a Mazda 5 and a Nissan Cube. Both are great, but neither is exactly what I was looking for.

  (461) posted on 08.5.2010

America however wants a larger and less expensive vehicle and will the profit out of these more expensive European cars. That doesn’t mean of course that there are not many Americans that appreciate and would pay for the same vehicles that Europeans and Canadians do,
but maybe not enough of them.

  (274) posted on 05.6.2010

The performance seems similar to the Mercedes- Benz 2.2Lcrd model.

  (345) posted on 02.11.2010

Its funny, I hear of all these folks who say "Ooh, I wish GM/Ford would offer that car or that engine in the states!" I wonder if Europeans say the same thing. "Oooh, I wish the US offered the Ford Expedition over here in Britain!)

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