Ford car reviews Ford B-Max reviews

  • NEW PRICE: £13,185 - £19,445
  • USED PRICE: From £5,995

The Ford B-Max is a compact five-seat MPV based on the Ford Fiesta, but some five inches longer. Among its clever features are sliding rear doors and a lack of B-pillars, which both ease access for rear-seat passengers. But is it clever enough? Find out in our full review.

Latest model: Ford B-Max (2012-)

Pros and cons

  • Pro: Great access for passengers, huge boot, lively EcoBoost engines
  • Con: Expensive to buy, sliding doors are heavy, rear seats don't slide

New Ford B-Max reviews

The Ford B-Max is a supermini-sized MPV that takes on the likes of the Nissan Note, Kia Venga, Toyota Verso S and Skoda Roomster. It's ideal for families, as it has no B-pillars between the front and rear seats, and the rear doors slide rather than opening out.

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  • Ford B-Max (2012-)

    Ford B-MAX (1)

    New price: £13,185 - £19,445

    This Fiesta-based small MPV does away with B-pillars and adds sliding rear doors. Does it all work?

Used Ford B-Max reviews

The Ford B-Max went on sale in September 2012, and used examples will start to come on to the market in greater numbers as time progresses. 

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Ford B-Max reviews

The Ford B-Max was revealed in concept form at the Geneva Motor Show in 2011 and looks likely to go on sale in spring 2012.