Ford updates Galaxy and S-Max ranges
Both models are now available with a new 172bhp 2.2-litre diesel engine that has 295lb ft of pulling power.
Cars with automatic gearboxes now get the 137bhp 2.0-litre diesel instead of the previous lower-powered 127bhp unit.
In addition, Bluetooth connectivity will come as standard in both vehicles.
The range-topping S-Max Titanium model will also get a sun-reflecting windscreen, ambient lighting and chrome door handles as standard, and the Titanium X pack now includes bi-xenon lights.
Galaxy Ghia models get a new style of 17-inch alloy wheels, a sun-reflecting windscreen, ambient lighting and air-conditioning for the rear.
A new Ghia X Plus pack with 18-inch alloy wheels, bi-xenon lights and powered rear quarter windows is also available.
The name of the entry-level S-Max and Galaxy models has also been changed to Edge instead of LX, bringing them in line with the naming of other Ford models.
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