In April of 2015, the ford company introduced a new Galaxy minivan 4 generations, which is a more practical seven-seater modification of the model S-Max 2, debuted in the fall of 2014 at the Paris Motor Show. In general, the shape of the car is not much different from its predecessor.
Exact dimensions Ford Galaxy (2017) are not specified, but it is known that the space above the heads of the second row has increased by 10 mm above the third – at 40. In addition, the back of the second and third rows can be folded now using electric, with floor in the trunk turns completely flat. The front panel, steering wheel, instrument panel and display multimedia system Sync 2 in the new Ford Galaxy 2017 repeat exactly similar to the S-Max, but the lower part of the center console are made differently. Plus, the salon has become more different niches for small things, and now the door pockets can hold 1.5-liter plastic bottles.
As part of the technology Ford Galaxy 4 got an adaptive steering and electronically controlled shock absorbers (optional), with three modes: Comfort, Normal and Sport. In addition, the manufacturer has improved sound insulation and added minivan powered steering column. As powertrains for Ford Galaxy 4 (2017) is available four diesel and two petrol engines. The latter are represented turbocharged EcoBoost engines working volume of 1.5 (160 hp) and 2.0 (240 hp) a liter, and diesel engines – the two-liter unit is available with a return of 120, 150 and 180 forces, as well as 210 hp (450 Nm) TDCi Bi-turbo similar volume.
All engines meet environmental standards “Euro 6” and in the base are equipped with the “start/stop” and regenerative braking energy, as well as active shutter in the grille. Information on the date of commencement of sales 2017 Ford Galaxy and prices for it yet. The surcharge for the minivan became available front seats with ventilation and massage function, diode head optics, automatic switching over to the passing beam, the system of recognition of road signs, markings and monitoring driver fatigue monitoring “blind” zones and so forth.