Ford is phasing out two family models at once
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Demand for Ford minivans has plummeted recently as buyers increasingly opt for crossovers. Only 4,700 Galaxy and 7,400 S-Max sold in 2021.
Ford has begun a major lineup reorganization. Within its framework, several well-known models will be abandoned. Earlier it became known about the cessation of production of the Ford Fiesta, and now the management of the concern announced the curtailment of the production of S-Max and Galaxy minivans. This is reported by the official website of Ford.
If the Fiesta will still be assembled before the summer of 2023, then the Ford S-Max and Galaxy have already stopped accepting orders. This means that the conveyor will be stopped in the near future.
Ford's minivans have fallen victim to low demand, with only 4,700 Galaxy and 7,400 S-Max bought last year. Now such models are not very popular, because family buyers increasingly prefer crossovers. Previously, Renault and Citroen abandoned similar models.
Last year's update of the Ford Galaxy and S-Max – minivans received economical hybrid versions with a capacity of 190 liters. p.
Ford Galaxy has been produced since 1996: in total, three generations of the model saw the world and over 1.5 million cars were produced. In 2006, he got a fellow S-Max with a more dynamic design and powerful engines.