Sales success for Ford S-MAX
Posted on 31 Mar 2008
Staff at JenningsFord have been reporting an influx of sales on the S-MAX.
The news comes just as the latest model in the Ford family has been awarded European motoring’s most coveted crown – ‘Car of the Year 2007.’
The annual and international ‘Car of the Year’ award is judged by a panel of 58 motoring journalists from 22 European countries. The final eight were shortlisted from an original list of more than 40 new cars which have been introduced over the last 12 months.
Peter Whitehead, business manager at JenningsFord in Stockton, said: “The Ford S-MAX was designed to appeal to a new market and since its launch in April 2006, over half of the vehicles built have already been delivered to customers who are new to Ford. The award can only further strengthen the model’s appeal.”
He added; “The majority of sales at the Yarm Road dealership, have been generated via the internet.”
Available in LX, Zetec and Titanium variants, the S-MAX shares the same technology as the new Galaxy, including an optional active suspension system and both vehicles have a maximum five-star Euro NCAP rating.
In addition to offering a variety of engine sizes, including a 2.0 and 2.5i Petrol or a 1.8 or 2.0 TDCi, the S-MAX also offers a choice of models including the LX, Zetec and Titanium, with prices starting at £16,995.
The LX series brings the flexibility and style of the S-MAX within easy reach. Zetec adds to the well-appointed interior of the LX, bringing further sporty touches and innovative features to the range. The Titanium model has all the premium refinements and latest technology for an unforgettable driving experience.
With powerful, simple to operate and ultra responsive technology, specification can include rain sensing wipers, voice activated satellite navigation and a multimedia DVD system, which is literally kids’ stuff to operate. As sporty powerful, and active as the new Ford S-MAX is, it sacrifices nothing in safety and comfort.
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