Set to be rolled out in April, the pricing structure for the new Ford C-Max has been unveiled this week.
Customers will be able to buy the most affordable C-Max in the new range for £12,995, with a host of extra features and accessories taking a pre-eminent version up to £19,045.
Ford provides an unrivalled degree of choice for its customers, with those people mooting a new set of wheels able to choose between a Studio, Style, Zetec and Titanium model.
To incorporate a touch of style into their driving experience, Ford C-Max customers will also be able to add bi-xenon headlamps and LED taillamps.
The ability to personalise the new model to an even greater degree is offered in the form of an optional panoramic glass roof cover.
Jazzing up the car is also not a problem â€“ with C-Max drivers being able to choose from a sport pack which will afford them alloy wheel upgrades, sports suspension, sports seats, a three-spoke steering wheel and a coloured spoiler.
Ford cars are also proving increasingly popular to consumers, with figures showing that in the first two months of 2007, purchases of Ford vehicles comprised 18 per cent of the market total.