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Is the Ford Puma fuel efficient?
Performance and Efficiency Ford Puma offers a choice of advanced new EcoBoost Hybrid options. Delivering impressive fuel economy and noticeably lower CO2 emissions than other non-hybrid engines, and all with no compromise to its outstanding, fun to drive performance.
Are Ford Pumas reliable?
The Puma was tested by Euro NCAP in 2019 and achieved a full five-star rating. Adult and child protection was rated at 94% and 84%, respectively, while the car scored 77% for pedestrian safety.
Is a Ford Kuga expensive to run?
Efficient engines, low insurance costs and decent residual values make the Ford Kuga an appealing SUV to run. A key feature of a capable family SUV is its ability to offer reasonable running costs, and the Kuga has this area more than covered.
What petrol does the Ford Puma use?
Ford also asks that the Puma be fuelled with pricier 95 RON premium unleaded petrol, although an E10 petrol/alcohol mix is OK. The Puma is not really intended as a crammed-to-the-gunwales, long-distance cruiser and the 42-litre fuel tank – down 10 litres on the EcoSport – is in step with that.
Can you get a Ford Puma automatic?
Ford has expanded the Puma and Fiesta line-ups, adding a new seven-speed automatic gearbox option for the cars’ turbocharged 1.0-litre three-cylinder mild-hybrid powertrains. The more powerful 153bhp Puma Hybrid automatic is also 0.2 seconds faster from 0–62mph, with a time of 8.7 seconds.
Where is the Ford Puma made?
Ford Puma (crossover)
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Is the Ford Puma bigger than a Fiesta?
Larger in every direction than the Fiesta, the Puma is big enough to steal some Focus sales, and its 456-litre boot is actually a bit bigger and more practical, with a handy washable storage ‘MegaBox’ liner, adjustable floor and flexible parcel shelf that accommodates tall items.
What is the top of the range Ford Puma?
The Puma’s top trim level is the ST-Line X Vignale, which has loads of standard kit but is quite pricey. It comes with 18-inch alloys, LED headlights, chrome trim, heated seats, parking sensors all round and keyless entry.
How many miles to the gallon does the Ford Kuga diesel do?
Ford Kuga MPG & CO2 The 2.0-litre 178bhp diesel, which has four-wheel drive as standard, can manage up to 43.5mpg but for some models this can drop as low as 39.8mpg.
How many miles can a Ford Kuga do on a full tank?
However, because the Kuga Hybrid’s 54-litre fuel tank is nine litres larger than the plug-in, it’s claimed to have the better maximum driving range – according to Ford, the Kuga Hybrid can cover over 600 miles on a full tank of petrol, whereas the plug-in hybrid version can manage around 430 miles.
Is the Ford Puma a fast car?
Ford Puma petrol engines Acceleration is competitive for a crossover, with 0-62mph taking nine seconds for the more powerful version with its six-speed manual gearbox, while the 123bhp engine with manual gears is reasonably close behind at 9.8 seconds.
Does the new Ford Puma have a spare wheel?
An important part of dealing with a flat tire is to know where to find the spare tire in your car. The Ford Puma spare mounts under the floor of the cargo area and is accessible after lifting the rear hatch. Many drivers fear experiencing a flat tire on the road, especially when you drive at night.