2.0 EcoBlue Zetec 5dr Auto
- Vehicle Year, 2021
- Mileage, 17,159 miles
- Fuel Type, Diesel
- Transmission Type, Automatic
Full price.£23,080Price per month. pcp. £369
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A used Ford Galaxy is a large and practical car that will suit busy families who need lots of space, but still want comfort. It’s an absolute staple of seven-seater MPVs, and newer versions have updated tech, revamped interiors and – probably most importantly – huge boots. There’s also a range of models to choose from, including automatic Ford Galaxy options and classic manuals.
Based on a cash price of £12,550 with a £2,000 customer deposit, borrowing £10,550 at a representative APR of 11.4%. 48 monthly payments of £194.03. Fixed rate of interest per annum 5.93%. Optional final payment. Option-to-purchase fee £10. Amount of interest £5,005.00. Total amount payable £16,318.44. Annual mileage limit 8,000 miles. Excess mileage charge 4p per mile.
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A used Ford Galaxy is a top choice for any motorist wanting to get from A to B with minimum fuss, maximum ease.
It’s very affordable and incredibly easy to drive, but most importantly it’s highly practical. The Galaxy’s been on the scene since 1995, and every generation has continued to improve on the family-friendly formula.
It’s highly accessible, which means you can carry multiple generations around, from grandparent to grandchild.
You also get a choice of diesel engines and manual or automatic gearboxes. It’s the largest MPV in the Ford range too, so it’s the right choice if you need a lot of space.
Plus, it comes with that tried-and-tested Ford badge, so you know you’re getting a model you can rely on.
The Ford Galaxy is made entirely for family life, focused on solving issues related to transporting seven people on the daily.
Inside, you get seven seats split across three rows, with the middle and rear rows both sliding and reclining. This makes getting in and out very easy, and there’s more than enough space for three adults in both the middle and back rows.
With all seats in use, there’s enough bootspace for a shop and an overnight bag or two, but when you fold down the rest of the seats then you’ve got more bootspace than many vans.
The 2022-generation interior is much more modern than previous generations, with more expensive materials and a new 'SYNC 3' infotainment system with an eight-inch touchscreen that’s intuitive to use.
You can see the full range of features in each model by taking a look at our current used Ford Galaxy listings.
The Ford Galaxy is a very easy car to drive, which you need if you’re already focused on juggling family life.
It’s very quiet and you’ll hear almost no road noise at all driving around the city or on the motorway, so passengers can get a nap in no problem.
The Galaxy is geared towards comfort unlike some of the fun drives Ford is known for, which are made for thrills and performance. Grip and stability are impressive, and the steering has enough weight to it to be easily controllable. You can also get four-wheel drive versions if you want.
If you want more speed, go for a turbocharged engine, which helps being nippier around town. Considering how big the Galaxy is, the fuel economy and CO2 emissions are decent, and you’ll find real-world driving equates to the quoted figures.
The Galaxy offers spacious and versatile interiors to rival other minivans. With ample legroom, configurable seating options and comfortable seating for up to seven, it stacks up well in the minivan segment.
The Galaxy's family-friendly design includes seven seats, a 300-litre boot and sliding rear doors for easy access.
With advanced safety features, entertainment options and practicality in mind, it caters to the needs of daily family life.
Yes, some top-spec models come with rear-seat screens where you can watch DVDs. However, features vary by trim and model year, so it's advisable to check the specifications before buying the car.
While the Galaxy offers plenty of versatility for families, the Ford Transit surpasses in cargo capacity and customisable configurations, making it more suitable for commercial or heavy-duty transport needs.
The Ford Galaxy was first introduced in March 1995, designed as a large multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) to accommodate families with its spacious interior and seven-seat layout.