Ford updates S-Max and Galaxy with new engines
Ford’s S-Max and Galaxy MPVs have been updated to feature new engines and technologies.
Both models are now offered with Ford’s WLTP-tested 2.0-litre EcoBlue diesel engine, which replaces the previous Duratorq units and brings outputs covering 120hp, 150hp and 190hp. A bi turbo version is also available with 240hp.
The line-up will also be extended by the end of the year with 165hp petrol engines.
Also available is a new eight-speed automatic transmission, designed for smoother shifting and operated using a rotary gear shift dial. A six-speed manual transmission is also offered for S-Max and Galaxy models, and both vehicles can be equipped with Ford’s Intelligent All Wheel Drive technology.
S-Max combined fuel and CO2 figures start from 5.1l/100km and 134g/km for the 120hp engine and 5.0l/100km and 132g/km for the 150 and 190hp versions, with manual transmissions. The Galaxy’s official figures start from 5.1l/100km and 135g/km for the 120hp unit and 5.1l/100km and 133g/km for the 150 and 190hp variants.
New technology on offer includes Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Stop & Go functionality, which is paired up with the eight-speed automatic.
Both models also offer a more effective Blind Spot Information System technology, new Ford ClearView Wiper System, and new Chrome Blue and Diffuse Silver colours.
Standard equipment now includes a four-inch LCDcolour instrument display while a 10-inch display panel is also available.
Other changes see Active Noise Cancellation technology now fitted as standard for S-Max Vignale models, in addition to S‑Max and Galaxy models equipped with the 240hp engine.