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Sold as the MPV for those who didn't want one, Ford's C-Max has always been a car that put the fun back into transporting the family. With its great engines, neat looks and excellent dynamics, the C-Max offers fun in a segment where it's often sadly lacking. However, for a segment that should major on practicality, the C-Max isn't as versatile as it could be, but that doesn't stop it from being a desirable family hold-all.
Although the Mk5 Fiesta lived only between 1999 and 2002, its Mk4 predecessor was essentially the same car. Therefore you need to look for the same faults with either model, although they're essentially pretty durable. These Fiestas make an ideal first car, but if you're buying one that's already been through the hands of a learner, make sure it's been cherished
It's the UK's favourite supermini, and for plenty of good reasons; good to drive, plentiful and reliable, the Fiesta has much to commend it. The Fiesta isn't always as well built as you'd like though, with quite a few potential issues waiting to crop up - but track down a good one and you'll love every minute of ownership.
The perfect all-rounder; a consistent best seller thanks to class-leading dynamics, reliability and affordability. Loads to choose from on the used market, with plenty of engines, bodystyles and trim levels. Try to bag a facelifted TDCi, although any petrol engine of 1.6 litres or more is worth a look. Estates are spacious but be wary of thrashed RS models and don't pay too much for the unloved saloon.
The second-generation Focus didn't create the same stir its predecessor did. Introducing significant improvements was always going to be tough, but Ford pulled it off somehow; the Mk2 Focus was sleeker, better to drive, more reliable and more refined than its predecessor. Thanks to it being the UK's best-selling new car month after month, there are huge numbers available - with an engine, trim and body style for everyone.
The Fusion sold badly because buyers didn't get it and neither did the press. It's easy to see why; you could hardly call the Fusion a looker and to make things worse the car was just as bland inside, with a disappointing lack of versatility. However, with most of the Fiesta's good points in evidence along with a higher driving position, the Fusion is not without merit.
If you're after a cheap people carrier you can do a lot worse than pick up a Galaxy. However, buy badly and you'll have a car which is less durable than its chocolate bar namesake; there are plenty of potential faults to contend with. Track down a car that's been properly serviced and cherished, and you've got one of the best bargain-priced people movers around.
It may have looked radical when launched, but with so many Kas on our roads Ford's baby is no longer the eye-catcher it once was. However, it's still a great buy, offering masses for the money. While early examples can be low-rent with spartan equipment levels, find a newer, well-equipped example and the Ka could offer you everything you need - as long as you don't do lots of long motorway trips.
Possibly the best-value used car available, thanks to its superb handling, great build quality, generous kit levels and plenty of interior space. But the low-rent image means new Mondeos are generally bought by fleets only, so they've usually covered huge mileages by the time they're available used. That's not necessarily a problem, but you have to check carefully. Do your homework and you could get one of the great automotive bargains.
It may be little more than a Fiesta in drag, but that's not a bad thing because Ford's familiar supermini has long been a cracker. However, because the less practical Puma often appeals to those who regularly drive it on the door handles, you need to make sure that you don't end up with a lemon because of a previous owner's abuse.