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Ford to launch array of people carriers in 2015

Ford of Britain claims 2015 will be one of the busiest years for new product in the company’s history.

An all-new Ford Galaxy seven-passenger vehicle will go on sale about mid-year. Other new models coming in 2015 include the all-new S-MAX, C-MAX, Grand C-MAX and Mustang. All-new Edge SUV will go into production in late 2015. 

In addition, Ford will complete the rollout of the all-new Mondeo with variants equipped with  all-wheel drive, high-powered diesel and petrol engines, and the 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol.

The new Focus family is also being expanded to include a new Focus ST and Focus diesel ST, followed by refreshed versions of EcoSport and Ranger.

“In 2014, our new passenger cars, commercial vehicles and remarkable technologies helped us outperform the market and increase our market share in Europe,” said Jim Farley, chairman and CEO, Ford of Europe.

“In 2015, we’re excited to build on this momentum and reach new customers with everything from larger, more upscale cars and utilities to new performance vehicles to vehicles designed for families of every size. These new vehicles reflect a more emotional and upmarket vision for Ford products in Europe.”

 


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  • Karen Pestell - 13/01/2015 22:24

    My husband would have ford through himp like a stick of rock. We all 4 in our family own Fords 3 different fiestas 1 top of range Mondeo Estate and still have our beloved Sierra XR 4 x 4. We love them for reliability, low maintenance costs, excellent value for money, great performance diesel and petrol and the Mondeo is looked at with envy and my Metal fiesta with black wheels gets loads of comments as sporty and eye catching.

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