posted 4 years ago

New Ford B-MAX Titanium 1.0T EcoBoost 100PS Finance

New Ford B-MAX Titanium PCP

Yes. Really. The Ford B-MAX Titanium 1.0T EcoBoost 100PS Personal Contract Plan is fantastic value for money. Payments include the £4,185.10 deposit that precedes a first monthly charge of £189. The latter includes the £10 finance facility fee and is followed by twenty-three instalments of £179. That brings the total to £8,491.10. And yes, really - at the end of the term the motorist can – if it suits - settle the £7,654 final payment to own the vehicle. This increases expenditure to £16,145.10 including the £10 purchase fee, and £800.10 interest (4.2% APR representative). Option two is to return the car to its manufacturer. In this scenario, there is nothing to pay subject to condition and mileage. Damage is, therefore, charged according to severity and mileage beyond nine-thousand per-annum at 7.2 pence per mile. Option three is to purchase, then part exchange courtesy of a new Personal Contract Plan. If the car is then worth more than its final payment – perhaps because it is popular on the second-hand market or has low mileage - any difference contributes toward a replacement's deposit. This offer is available until September 30th 2014. The alternative is to purchase outright initially – without finance – for £15,345. That is £1,250 less than manufacture list price. Yes. Really.

New Ford B-MAX Titanium 1.0T EcoBoost 100PS Review

Yes. Really. The Ford B-MAX's rear doors slide forward and backward rather than opening outward. Combined with traditional front doors these create large one and a half meter apertures that are helpful in tight parking bays. This five-seater also has a 318-litre boot and cargo capacity can be increased to 1,386-litres by folding the rear seats flat. These figures are impressive considering the vehicle's pint-sized proportions. Furthermore, the B-MAX Titanium is easy to drive thanks to its precise steering and sure-footed chassis. These characteristics complement the 100PS petrol engine that propels motorists to 62mph in 13.2 seconds. Not fast, but it feels more responsive than this figure suggests. This mile-muncher also averages 55.4 mpg which is respectable for the class. This workhorse – which feels tough enough to withstand years of family motoring - has a pleasing specification too. This includes: four electric windows, Bluetooth, powered mirrors, climate control, cruise control, sixteen-inch alloy wheels and the electronic stability program that contributed to its maximum five-star Euro NCAP safety rating. Clearly, the B-MAX Titanium performs beyond its price tag. Yes. Really.