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The Top Gear car review:Ford B-Max
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
The slick sliding doors are genuinely practical. If you’ve ever tried to undock a toddler from a tight car-parking space, you’ll know how helpful sliding doors and no central B-pillar will be.
The solidly-constructed interior is also spacious and very practical, with a multitude of seat-fold operations. And the neat details, while not particularly revolutionary, all combined to make it a useful car to live with. We love how the front seatbelts are built into the seats themselves, too.