Less pain gain for

S-Max and Galaxy

Ford S-Max 2020
Ford S-Max 2020 boot release
Ford S-Max 2020 cockpit
Ford Galaxy 2020
Ford Galaxy 2020 front seats
Ford Galaxy 2020 sunroof

FORD has announced upgrades for its SâMax sports activity vehicle and Galaxy people mover with front-end design tweeks, improved front seats designed to help back-pain sufferers and the latest advances in connectivity.

For the 2020 model year, both models come with a revised upper front facia with a bright chrome upper grille and foglamp surrounds while more sporty ST-Line models feature a honeycomb upper grille with a black surround and black foglamp surrounds.

The range-topping S-Max Vignale gets its own unique front-end treatment with a "flying V" signature upper grille and satin chrome surrounds for the grille and foglamps.

Zetec and Titanium variants feature new 18-way adjustable driver and front passenger seats which, according to Ford, can help provide relief for back pain-sufferers on the road, having achieved recognition from an independent testing committee of medical experts from a leading German spinal health organisation.

Adjustment includes height, length and inclination, in addition to back, neck and thigh support. The four-way lumbar adjustment is controlled electronically from a switch on the seat's side.

The latest FordPass Connect system is available as an option and, in addition to providing WiFi hotspot capability, the technology allows a range of features including notifications of hazards including road works, broken down vehicles, animals, pedestrians and objects in the road. Even hazardous driving conditions are delivered to the vehicle over-the-air, giving drivers advanced warning of developing situations beyond their field of vision.

Pre-Collision Assist, which helps detect vehicle and pedestrian obstructions earlier, is now fitted as standard across both ranges.

The latest S-Max and Galaxy models are available to order now priced from £30,490 and £33,210 respectively.

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