2019 Ford Galaxy and S-Max Updates and Release Date

Ford have updated its S-Max and Galaxy 7-seater MPV models available on the new 69 plate with order books open now and first customer deliveries expected in October 2019. exterior tweaks. Order books open now.

Highlights:

Ford S-Max and Galaxy Exterior Changes and Updates

2019 Ford Galaxy Titanium ExteriorBoth S-MAX and new Galaxy models get exterior styling tweaks with a new front grille and restyled front bumper, both models also get new front fog lights.  

S-Max models (Zetec and Titanium trim levels) get new wheels and roof-rails are now standard on S-Max Titanium, ST-Line and top of the range Vignale models.
 

Ford S-Max Interior Upgrades (ST-Line and Vignale)

Ford S-Max ST-Line models get the addition of the following as standard:

2019 Ford S-Max Titanium Interior8-way electrically operated front seats with partial leather trim and ‘Miko’ Suede inserts and a heated steering wheel.

Ford S-Max Vignale models now include as standard 10 way electrically adjusted/power multi-contour seats, fronts seats have heated and cooling options with massage function.
 

Ford S-Max and Galaxy New Driver Aids and Tech

Both new Ford S-max and Galaxy models get new standard equipment including; pre-collision assist with autonomous emergency braking, cruise control, rain sensing windscreen wipers and Ford’s PassConnect.

Ford PassConnectPassConnect adds native internet connectivity and wifi hotspot with speeds of up to 4G LTE. It also includes live traffic that compliments Ford’s SYNC 3 Navigation system, helping you avoid blackspots and traffic problems.

For added security PassConnect also features ‘eCall’ that can call the emergency services automatically in the event of an accident and you being incapacitated.

PassConnect can also be paired with your smartphone using the FordPass app, opening up a new world of remote access/control to your Ford car. For example, you can remotely start the engine in the winter and warm up the interior, defrost the windscreen etc whilst the vehicle stays securely locked. The ability to remotely lock the car means you no longer have to worry or run back to your vehicle when you’ve left the car in a rush and can’t be sure if you locked it.
 

‘Titanium X’ Trim-Level Replaced with Titanium Lux Pack

Titanium X trim-level is removed from the line-up replaced by an optional pack that can be added to standard Titanium models. The pack adds extra equipment, comfort and luxury, including; adaptive LED headlights, leather seats (front seats with heating function),  a heated steering wheel,  electrically adjustable driver and front passenger seats and hands-free power operated tailgate.
 

Galaxy and S-Max Engine Range is Streamlined

Ford have removed some of the least popular engine options, mainly from the diesel line-up. The 2.0 EcoBlue diesels; 120PS (manual gearbox), 150PS AWD (manual), 190PS (manual) and 240PS (automatic gearbox) have all been removed. Whilst a single petrol engine option (the 1.5 EcoBoost 165PS manual) has been removed.

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