Ford C-Max : Car Review

http://newcarnet.tv The Ford C-MAX was always a fine, practical vehicle - but dare we say it - rather dull to look at. Not any more. The new C-MAX is a strikingly designed compact MPV, with a sweeping roofline that gives it a chunky, dynamic look. But is it still the solid family car of old? Charis Whitcombe reports... Check out the latest car reviews, motoring news and international motor show coverage at http://newcarnet.co.uk

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The new Ford CMAX has come to Ireland and Bob gives it a test before putting on some sunglasses so he can look at the outside. Music by Jason Shaw @ Audionautix. com




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