Ford offers another 7-seater in the form of Ford S-Max Estate, an SUV with slightly less space than the Galaxy Estate.
The Galaxy Estate has impressive MPG considering its size. The petrol hybrid engine option has a self-charging battery that lets you take short, entirely electrically-powered journeys, while the EcoBlue diesel engine offers greater fuel economy and a more powerful drive, better for longer distance drivers.
This car is truly hard to beat on space. With just a push of a button, Ford’s EasyFold system folds the second row of seats, creating more space for larger items. The Galaxy Estate has a 700L boot space with the seats up, and when the seats are down, you get up to an unbelievable 2600L of space.
This spacious vehicle offers plenty of leg room for everyone, and the multi-contour seats available to both driver and passenger keep you comfortable with a massage on all lengths of journey.
A hands-free liftgate lets you open the boot with ease even when your hands are full of kids’ school backpacks and grocery shopping bags. With Ford Sync 3, you continue to go hands-free, controlling features of your phone, music and sat nav with only your voice! The 8-inch colour touchscreen is highly intuitive and works with pinch-and-swipe gestures rather than awkward knobs, dials, and buttons.
The Ford Galaxy scored a 5 out of 5 star NCAP rating. With pre-collision assist with pedestrian detection, 3 ISOFIX car seat points, and extra power for emergency braking, your loved ones and those around you are kept safe.
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