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MANITECH CONSULTANCY SERVICE PVT LTD WAHENGBAM LEIKAI OPP. MOIRANG PARKING, IMPHAL, Manipur 795001

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$7,500 USD

20 Mar 2014
224.320
4.2L I4

2006 Ford Galaxy#RST-P-10259014

Diesel
Fuel Type
140
Horse Power
Automatic
Transmission
190 km/h
Top Speed
Front Wheel Drive
Drive Train
320 Nm
Torque
Black
Interior Color
Beige
Exterior Color
5
Doors
Used
Condition
Air Conditioning
All wheel drive
Anti-Theft System
Antilock Brake System
Automatic climate control
Cassette Player
CD Player
Digital Info Center
DVD Player
Electric Mirrors
Fog Lights
Heated Seat
Intermittent Wipers
Leather Interior Surface
Leather Seats
Leather Steering Wheel
Navigation System
Power Door Locks
Power Drivers Seat
Power Mirrors
Power Passenger Seat
Power Sunroof
Power Windows
Rear air conditioning
Rear Defogger
Remote Starter
Security System
Side Airbags
Side-step running boards
Stability Control
Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
Traction Control

The flagship 2.2-litre diesel offers good performance, but for most the economy penalty will prove unpopular. For regular large loads and longer journeys, however, a diesel is a more sensible option, with the 2.0-litre TDCi offering the best compromise of power and economy. Dynamically the Galaxy is terrific, with precise steering and body control that delivers a relatively involving drive that makes you forget you’re piloting a big, flat-sided box. It rides exceptionally well, too.

The Galaxy’s biggest mainstream rivals are the Volkswagen Sharan and Seat Alhambra, with which the first and second generation Galaxy shared much of its mechanical componentry. Both the Seat and VW offer great refinement and build quality, and much the same as the Galaxy in terms of seating and practicalities, but they lag behind the Ford in terms of dynamic appeal.

But in terms of driver engagement the Galaxy’s biggest rival is the almost as large, almost as practical and even better to drive S-Max. The S-Max shares not only the Galaxy’s great interior ergonomics, equipment levels and engine range, but it also benefits from better residual values.

However, if you can’t live without the extra seats-up luggage space and rear headroom, and you’re prepared to sacrifice a little in the way of dynamic involvement for a more relaxing ride and the ability to haul a greater all-up load, then only a Galaxy will do.

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