The Ford C-Max is not the most practical, nor the best-value, in this class but it is the most fun to driveread the full model review
This is a popular choice for buyers wanting a more luxurious-feeling car and it’s not bad value given the equipment on offer. On top of Zetec, it adds the 8.0in touchscreen (although sat-nav is an option), climate control, auto lights and wipers, power-operated rear child locks, rear electric windows, cruise control and LED daytime running lights. You’ll still want to add rear parking sensors, though.
We haven’t driven this engine in the C-Max but, from our experience in the Focus, it’s a sweet-revving engine that’s quite fun and refined, but does need working quite hard to get good performance from it.