Ford announces Puma


Ford Puma, 2019, front
Ford Puma, 2019, side
Ford Puma, 2019, rear
Ford Puma, 2019, instrument panel
Ford Puma, 2019, boot, loaded
Ford Puma, 2019, boot

THE new Ford Puma compact SUV will cost from £20,845 when it is released in Britain early next year.

The launch line up will include high specification First Edition models priced from £22,295 which will include features such as intelligent adaptive cruise control, rear view camera, heated seats and heated steering wheel as standard fit.

Those versions of the Puma will be powered by 1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid 125ps engines, while the Puma First Editions are also available in ST-Line X trims which add sporty interior and exterior design cues and sports suspension, alloy pedals, full digital instrument cluster and LED headlamps.

Starting from £25,195, the ST-Line X First Edition includes a handsfree power tailgate, 18-inch alloy wheels and a B&O Premium Audio sound system and are powered by the 125ps engine or a 155ps mild hybrid derivative.

The much anticipated Puma offers class leading luggage capacity of 456 litres and has a modular loading system to maximise its practicality.

A higher specification Puma ST-Line X First Edition Plus will be available to order from £27,345 with the 1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid 155ps and that model also comes with a panoramic sunroof and 19-inch alloys.


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