Ford S-Max 1.8 TDCi Titanium Reviews
Product Type: Ford cars
Newest Review: ... hold cups well, the radio does indeed play music, and the seats are suitable for sitting on. Plus, and this is one of my ... more
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Customer Ford S-Max 1.8 TDCi Titanium Reviews (8)
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 785 readings)
People carriers have never really interested us. Anything other than a decent sized family car (Mazda 6, say) was perfect, so we've never seen the need to look at them. The Mazda is a superb car that did what we wanted. What more could we want, except a newer version with more gadgets, and perhaps the estate model for the dog? However, all that changed when my partner found out she was pregnant. That meant one more child to go with the two we already had. Well, that's what we thought until we went for the first scan and the sonographer gently pointed out that there were two in there... yes, twins! After the shock, we realised that our thoughts of perhaps an estate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/10 (Very useful, 342 readings)
We have had our Ford S-Max 1.8 Zetec since Sept 2006 - when it was brand new. We had it as a company car for my OH and needed a larger car for our (then) 3 children who all needed booster/ car seats. Style of the car is great - most people I know will agree with this. It is far less of a people carrier/ van than many other comparitors. It looks more car like and drives more like a car. Our serious compaitors were the Vauxhall Zafira and the VW Touran. The S-MAx won hands down for styling, drive, feel inside and - very importantly - the largest boot capacity of the smaller 7 seater vehicles. As well as the larger boot capacity it does have some under ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/11/09 (Very useful, 364 readings)
I LOVE MY CAR!! To start with it looks fab from the outside. Nice alloys, front grill, side grills etc. We spent ages looking at 5 + 2 / 7 seaters and narrowed it down to the Vauxhall Zafira and the Ford S-Max. The vauxhall was cheaper but overall much smaller. We bought our s-max 6 months old ex-demo. I am a mum of 3 and it tixks all the boxes. The features I like th best are: 5 full seats, each one is indiviual so can move indepentantly of each other. The middle row can slide back on forth like the fornt 2 seats. The outside 2 seats of the middle row also recline. FANTASTIC for sleeping toddlers. You can just lean it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
In my opinion this is the best family car on the market! My husband and I are both canny purchasers and do ALOT of research before buying almost anything, so we really did our homework before finally settling on buying a replacement car for our Nissan X-Trail. I was pregnant with our second child at the time, the X-Trail was 6 years old and had started to become intermittantly unreliable, so it was time for a change. We do quite a lot of travelling and holidaying within the UK and were looking for a large car with enough space to accommodate luggage and all the 'stuff' associated with having 2 young children. We wanted a car that would be cheaper ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/10 (Useful, 160 readings)
I purchased one of these from new through our local ford dealer. I ordered the car and was looking through the list of extras and found and saw that you could have a scenic roof for an extrsa £800. So i ordered one, what a disappointment, i`ve never seen one before and when the car came i jumped in and looked up....in the roof two rectangles like sun roofs (non opening) were cut out. Where was my scenic roof? The sales man said get out, i did and then he pointed the whole roof was made from glass, what use this was i dont know, from inside there was two squares, one above the front passengers and one at the back, what you supposed to do drive with ... Read the complete review
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