Ford Galaxy Leasing
Top 3 Features
Quiet, spacious and flexible cabin.
Pleasant ride quality and good handling.
Up to 7 seats and tremendous practicality.
Why Lease A Ford Galaxy?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The Galaxy is a smart choice if you need a spacious and flexible people carrier with 7 seats. Even the very back row of seats offers a decent amount of space for passengers and with all the seats in place you’ll get 300 litres of storage space in the boot – which is about the same as a small hatchback.
Drop the rear-most row and you’ll have up to 1301 litres of space. And with all seats down, you’ll be set for a mighty 2339 litres. Features such as individually sliding and reclining middle-row seats further boost practicality, as does a flat floor when all the seats are down. There’s also lots of in-cabin storage.
The most efficient diesel model in the range is the entry-level 2.0-litre Ford EcoBlue diesel – which is reputed to average up to 46.3mpg on the current and more realistic WLTP test cycle. A more powerful model is also offered, which isn’t far behind on the economy front, but if you go for the heavier all-wheel-drive model then expect it to average some 40.9mpg at best.
Ford also offers a 2.5-litre petrol-electric hybrid model, which offers low emissions and a claimed average of up to 43.5mpg.
Ford Galaxy MPVThe Galaxy is only offered in 1 body style, which is a 7-seat, 5-door multi-purpose vehicle. Front-wheel-drive diesel versions are available, with manual or automatic transmissions, and you can also get an automatic and more powerful diesel model with all-wheel drive. There’s also a petrol-electric hybrid model, which is front-wheel drive and has an automatic gearbox.
The Ford Galaxy Vs Competitors
Ford has a pretty decent reputation for reliability, so major problems should be few and far between. Every new Ford also comes with a 3-year/60,000-mile warranty.
With all the seats up, the Galaxy offers 300 litres of storage space if loaded to the top of the seats. With the rear-most row down, that rises to a maximum of 1301 litres if you brim it to the roof. In 2-seat mode, a maximum of 2339 litres is available.
Picking a Galaxy is easy, as there are only 2 trim levels. You can go for entry-level Zetec, which includes dual-zone climate control, the SYNC 3 infotainment system and a heated front windscreen, or the range-topping Titanium. It comes with a host of trim upgrades, as well as features such as lane keeping assist and keyless entry.
Even the entry-level Zetec model comes with front and rear parking sensors, which makes parking the Galaxy much easier. Front- and rear-view camera options are also available.
The Ford Galaxy offers 7 seats. There’s lots of room in the front and the middle row has no trouble accommodating taller adults. The rear-most seats can accommodate adults, too, bolstering the Galaxy’s practicality further.
Yes, an 8-speed automatic is offered in the diesel version of the Galaxy. You’ll have to go for a Titanium version if you want an automatic, though. The hybrid is also automatic, although it uses a continuously variable transmission instead of an 8-speed automatic gearbox.
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