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New Ford models are not to be sneezed at

FORD’S new S-MAX and Galaxy models have been given the seal of approval from the British Allergy Foundation.

The cars’ interiors have been allergy tested and will not provoke reactions in drivers.

Ford designed the interiors of its two new seven-seaters without using materials such as latex, chrome and nickel – materials which can cause problems for some drivers. Additionally, the two cars are fitted with pollen filters to prevent the substance from entering the cabin.

Ford’s Focus and Focus C-MAX have already achieved the status.

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