Friday, June 25, 2010

Ford C-MAX Available in the Showroom

C-MAX was the first passenger car brand, passed the certification. During the test vehicle's interior are carried out extensive tests, the purpose of which - to reveal the presence of hazardous substances and components that cause allergies in humans. This procedure involves the analysis and study of more than 100 items of materials and components. 

Developing interior of the car, in which there should be no allergens, engineers Ford sought to avoid the use of trim materials such as latex, chrome and nickel. These elements are capable of causing some people have allergic reactions. In addition, Ford cars fitted with filters that prevent pollen from entering the cabin and ensure the maintenance of clean air inside the car.

Today, TUV certificates are eight models of Ford: New Fiesta, Fusion, Focus (including the Coupe-Cabriolet), C-MAX, Kuga, Mondeo, S-MAX and Galaxy. We are certified Model 2010 - the new S-MAX and Galaxy, which will soon hit the market in Europe. All future Ford models will also undergo certification.

TUV - a world renowned independent organization of Germany  carries out testing and certification of industrial products and consumer goods according to quality standards. TUV certification ensures that quality trim materials are chosen in such a way as to minimize the risk of allergy.

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