New engines for

Ford's MPVs

Ford S-Max Vignale 2019
Ford S-Max Vignale 2019 front action
Ford Galaxy 2019

MORE advanced technology and new engines are being fitted to Ford's top end people movers for the new model year.

For 2019 both the S-Max and Galaxy MPVs will deliver even greater fuel efficiency, performance and refinement for customers, says the company.

They will come for the first time with Ford's two-litre EcoBlue diesel engine with power outputs from 120PS to 240PS - the latter with twin turbochargers - and with an advanced new eight-speed automatic transmission controlled using a new rotary gear shift dial.

And, by the end of the year, both ranges will add 1.5-litre EcoBoost 165PS petrol engines to their powertrain line-ups.

And there'll be more and improved high-tech gizmos available including adaptive cruise control with a stop and go facility on the eight-speed automatic, an enhanced version of Ford's blind spot information system that can detect approaching vehicles at greater distance and a new wiper system which is said to provide improved visibility via multiple water jets contained within the wiper arms.

Ford dealers are taking orders for the latest S-Max and Galaxy models now.

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