2020 Ford Galaxy vs 2015-2019: Facelift differences & changes

The Ford Galaxy people mover soldiers on in Europe with a facelift for 2020. See how little has changed in this side by side comparison.

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2015 Ford Galaxy - front2015-19
Externally, the big change (and, really, the only) changes are up front. There's a new bumper design, and a taller grille.
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2015 Ford Galaxy - side2015-19
New alloy wheel designs are available, but the Galaxy's tall 7-seat body remains untouched.
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2015 Ford Galaxy - rear2015-19
There are no changes we can spot at the back. The Galaxy does gain a new top-of-the-range Vignale variant.
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2015 Ford Galaxy2015-19
The dashboard and pretty much the entire interior comes straight from the 2015 Galaxy.
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2015 Ford Galaxy2015-19
The entire design is from an earlier Ford template, so there's analog dials with integrated screens, plasticky center stack and a Sony audio system.
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2015 Ford Galaxy - front seats2015-19
The only really notable update is the availability on the Trend and Titanium of 18-way electric ergonomic seats approved by Germany's Campaign for Healthier Backs
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2015 Ford Galaxy - trunk, seats down2015-19
As before the Galaxy has up to 7 seats, and up to 32 seat configurations. No sliding rear doors, though.
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2015 Ford Galaxy2015-19
The improved Sync 3 infotainment system was added part through the Mark III's life and remains in place. There's also FordPass Connect available now, and it comes with Wi-Fi hotspot, local hazard info, and remote car connectivity for vehicle locator, remote door locking, and vehicle status.

2020 Ford Galaxy facelift



2015-2019 Ford Galaxy (Mark III)




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Derek Fung

Editor-at-large — Derek has a lifelong love for all things automotive, from the dullest Camry to record shattering Bugattis. Prior to starting up Between the Axles he was a reviewer for CNET Australia and the founding editor of its Car Technology channel. [Read more]


2020 Ford Galaxy vs 2015-2019: Facelift differences & changes