Ford had a few pundits and competitors scratching their heads earlier this year when it pulled the covers back on its new C-Max multipurpose vehicle (MPV) in Geneva. The C-Max, the first product off an all-new platform that also will spawn the next-generation Focus, new Mazda3 and replacements for Volvo’s entry-level S40/V40, is Ford’s long-awaited answer to Europe’s hottest market segment, small car-based vans. Ford’s stylish C-Max MPV. But the new C-Max appeared to be missing ...
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