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2015 Ford S Max Review

May 29, 2015

We’re back with a review to round off your working week – and under the Car Loan Warehouse spotlight today sits the new Ford S Max. This stylish MPV has been remodelled for 2015 and if you’ve been deliberating over buying a people carrier of your own, today’s Ford S Max review is guaranteed to sway your vote. Let’s get stuck in.

The Car Loan Warehouse|2015 Ford S Max Review

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The Ford S Max proves that when it comes to design, MPVs can be just as sexy as five seater cars – and the 2015 model is no different. As far as people carriers go, few have combined style, practicality and the all important fun-factor as effectively as the Ford S Max has. Climb inside the S Max and you’ll see just how spacious this seven seater is. Its five rear seats all fold individually, meaning it can easily accommodate the biggest of families – with additional adjustment allowing easier access to the back row. With the seats folded flat, boot space swells to a staggering 2,000 litres – providing bags of room for your family’s luggage.

Performance & Handling

When it comes to performance, the Ford S Max is surprisingly fun to drive for an MPV – making journeys over any distance enjoyable. The 2.0 litre diesel engines in the Ford S Max come with four levels of tune; 118bhp, 148bhp, 178bhp, and 207bhp. In terms of fuel economy, the lively 178bhp is our pick of the range, returning 56.5mpg – while CO2 emissions of 129g/km make for an annual road tax bill of just £110. If you’d prefer a petrol engine, you can choose from a 158bhp 1.5 litre Ecoboost or a 238bhp 2.0 litre Ecoboost engine.


The Ford S Max comes with Zetec, Titanium and Titanium Sport trims – with the basic spec coming with plenty of practical kit for a family car. The Zetec comes with both front and rear parking sensors, electric windows, dual-zone climate control and Bluetooth. However, if you’re happy to pay an extra £1,750, the Titanium model adds a Sat Nav system, bigger alloys and cruise control. If you’re feeling flush, the Titanium X Sport tacks on an extra £3,500 and adds a panoramic roof, sports suspension and leather seats.

Ford S Max Finance

With an entry-level price tag of £24,545, you might need some help finding the funds for an S Max of your own – and that’s where we can help. At the Car Loan Warehouse, we’re committed to providing flexible car finance to suit any budget, with payments you can afford.

If you’re in the market for a new Ford S Max, 2015’s model is guaranteed to impress. Head over to our Ford S Max finance page to see how we can help get you behind the wheel or check out our online car finance calculator for an instant estimate.

About The Author

Jon Le Roux is co-founder and company director of The Car Loan Warehouse. Being a mad engineering and motorsport enthusiast, I spend more hours than is healthy, watching, reading or talking about cars, boats, motorbikes…..basically anything with an engine.