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Ford B-MAX video review

We travelled to Munich to drive the all-new Ford B-MAX ahead of its launch next month

The revolutionary new Ford B-MAX will go on sale next month – and we’ve driven it.

The B-MAX does away with a B pillar to create a cavernous interior that's easily accessible in even the tightest car parks.

It will be available with a wide range of engines, decent levels of kit, and will have a starting price of just £12,995 in base Studio trim. What’s more, the B-MAX is based on the hugely capable and popular Ford Fiesta, which makes it the best handling mini-MPV in its class.

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Our Editor-in-chief, Steve Fowler, travelled to Munich for the first international launch. Watch the video above to find out why it's a five-star car.

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