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2009 Ford S MAX Interior

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2009 Ford S MAX Interior 2
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Routiere Test Ford S-MAX.avi





Honest John's Ford S MAX review





Ford S-Max Titanium S
Quick look at the Titanium S. Follow me on Facebook and twitter! http://www.facebook.com/pages/erikpassat/142373755868460 http://twitter.com/#!/erikpassat





Ford S-Max review
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Ford S-MAX Reviews
Some reviews of the Ford S-MAX.





Ford S-MAX leblogauto.com
Ford S-MAX leblogauto.com





2008 Ford S-Max 2.0 TDCi Trend Full Review,Start Up, Engine, and In Depth Tour
Bought new July 2010. When delivered door panels did not line up, vibration from front which got worse over time and is still not fixed. Steering is jittery and vague, handling is not like a car despite what the media says, it is awful. The engine is underpowered, struggles with even a moderate load. Fuel economy 42ish on long motorway run, 38 overall. Inside the space is fantastic, as is the level of equipment, driving position very good, although seats uncomfortable for long journeys. Auto lights and wipers are a nightmare, sunlight and shadows set them off, but it takes a lot of rain to make them work. DAB radio loses signal too often, FM radio has very poor reception. Tyre wear slightly higher than usual and replacement tyre is around £180. No spare tyre only powder. DVD system very good but the unit is mounted under front passenger seat & makes changing discs difficult. I have found Ford dealers to be disingenuous or incompetent. Will replace this car with VW as soon as I can afford to do so, and steer clear of Ford. And to the Peugeot 5008 reviewer who said Buy British, Buy an SMAX...it's built in Genk, Belgium. 2.0 TDCi 163 Titanium 5dr Jason Huggett , west Sussex . Date: 11/05/2011 Overall verdict 5 out of 5 stars What's it like to drive 5 out of 5 stars Running costs 5 out of 5 stars Quality, practicality and equipment 5 out of 5 stars Average MPG 42 My car Hello, I'm the sort of person who would say, 'hmmm I wonder why people bother to leave feedback on these sites, have they nothing else better to do ?' but having spent many years searching for a car that is: great for me to drive to work in; sporty but economical; able to fit seven people in occasionally; looks good and of course have the ability for me to spec with a load of useful goodies for me to play with - yes, I'm a bloke in case you're wondering - I felt obliged to share my thoughts on this fantastic car, which meets all our requirements and is still fun after six months of ownership. Not many cars exceed the hype these days but woww, we loveeeee this. We purchased an ex demo car so it has sat nav, sports suspension (full sport interior - looks great), voice control, electric everything, reversing camera with full sensors (my wife still hasn't scraped it or hit anyone in six months - this is a record), panoramic sunroof (great - but shame it doesn't actually open really). Its a diesel, but driving it, honestly, you wouldn't know - really prrrrrrs along - quiter than my car which is supposed to be a top brand......I looked at all versions and having reached 50 mpg on a long drive the 163 cannot be beaten - it still gives real umph when you need it. I could go on - everything about this is positive - the only slight issue, blame myself as I chose it - the sports version is perhaps a little hard on the drive, without sports suspension the car can't be beat ! 1.8 TDCi Zetec 6spd 5dr Alf Clif , . Date: 07/05/2011 Overall verdict 1 out of 5 stars What's it like to drive 4 out of 5 stars Running costs 3 out of 5 stars Quality, practicality and equipment 2 out of 5 stars Average MPG 45 My car Our relationship with our S-Max was a love/hate relationship which has resulted in our seperation (we sold it). The car was suprisingly fun and rather sporty to drive (for an MPV) as we expected it to handle like a brick. It was well kitted out and was extremeley spacious which was the main attraction. Our family holidays with the five of us were easy as the boot is huge and the second row of seats is really spacious. The main problem we had was it just wouldn't start consistently. It suffered from what appears to be a common S-Max fault of an 'unknown battery drain.' We had replacement batteries, alternators to no avail and when this made no difference we were then faced with an absolutley shocking poor performance from our local Ford garage and the Ford Technical (read Ford Incompetent) Dept. We had weeks of time wasted to and fro'ing from garages and repetitive phone calls and Ford never managed to fix the fault. Other probelms we had included the door window disappearing into the door and not coming out, broken air conditioning system and also bits falling of the CD/audio system. In summary, a huge sporty MPV, it's just a shame it didn't start and the build quality was abysmal.I love driving this car...i find it really comfortable and it doesnt seem large when you are driving it(although it is quite big to park as with all MPVs) The drive cannot be faulted in my view, however there are some internal quality issues.... interior compartment catches (on my SMax anyway....maybe unlucky!?!)are very poor quality and almost all stopped being able to open and close within a very short time from new! Also boot sensor mostly says that the boot compartment is open even when it is not! The front number plate coating has peeled off making it difficult to read and unsightly! Plenty of space is a bonus though!...lots of leg room!





Ford S-Max Road Look Test
Ford tvrdí, že postavil rodinné auto s vlastnostmi sporťáku. My jsme zjišťovali, jestli si nevymýšlí.





The Stunning Ford S-MAX
Ford S-MAX has evolved. And it shows. The new S-MAX -- a flexible Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) with seven seats -- is an exclusive combination of premium sports styling, enhanced dynamic ability and functional excellence. Step through the S-MAX range, right up to Titanium. Test Drive it now at Lifestyle Ford in Horsham, Crawley, Redhill, Tunbridge Wells or Tonbridge





2009 Ford S MAX Style
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Ford S Max road test and review 2010 www.motors.co.uk





ford S-max & Maya
Oktan 11 - Maya takes her chihuahuas for a ride with ford S-max (2007)





Ford S-MAX MPV review - CarBuyer
Ford S-MAX MPV 2014 review: http://bit.ly/19XdX7O Subscribe to the Carbuyer YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/17k4fct Subscribe to Auto Express: http://subscribe.autoexpress.co.uk/cb There are plenty of boxy, dull to drive people carriers that claim to rival Ford's seven-seat S-MAX for practicality... But none are as good to look at, or feel as special from the driver's seat. Despite the generous dimensions, the S-MAX feels compact and nimble from behind the wheel. And although the two rearmost seats are for children only, they fold flat easily and there's a big boot.





2011 Ford S-Max review - Perrys Motors
The Ford S-Max has been spruced up for 2011 with some subtle changes to the exterior and some new equipment and engine options. This is Perrys Motors' latest video review of the Ford S-Max. Or alternatively, you can read our full Ford S-Max review here: http://www.perrys.co.uk/car-news/videos/2010/12/ford-s-max-video-review-246 0.php




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