Ford Puma (2020–)

Model History

April 2019

Ford teases Puma crossover SUV

The new Ford Puma will be a small crossover SUV to take on the Nissan Juke, Mazda CX-3 and SEAT Arona.

Sharing a platform with the Fiesta, Ford has suggested its new Puma will be extremely practical, with a best-in-class boot capacity of 456 litres.

It's also set to feature 48-volt mild-hybrid technology, which will work with the firm's three-cylinder 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine. This is likely to be available with a variety of power outputs, with the top engine producing 155PS.

The Puma will go on sale at the end of 2019, with prices expected to start at around £21,000 - positioning it between the EcoSport and Kuga in Ford's range.

October 2019

Ford Puma priced from £20,845

Ford has announced UK pricing for its new Puma crossover.

The Ford Puma Titanium, available from £20,845, features segment-first driver and passenger lumbar massage seats as standard, in addition to advanced wireless charging. The Ford Puma Titanium First Edition, available from £22,295, features comfort and safety technology packs including Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, Rear View Camera, Heated Seats and Heated Steering Wheel. Available with 1.0l EcoBoost Hybrid 125PS mHEV, the Puma Titanium also features exclusive exterior and interior details.

Puma First Editions are also available in ST-Line X trims, adding sporty interior and exterior design cues and sports suspension, alloy pedals, full digital instrument cluster and LED headlamps. Starting from £25,195, ST-Line X First Edition includes Handsfree Power Tailgate, 18-inch alloy wheels and 10-speaker B&O Premium Audio, available with 1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid 125PS or 155PS mHEV.

Puma ST-Line X First Edition Plus is available to order from £27,345 with 1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid 155PS, adding Panorama Roof and 19-inch alloy wheels.

What does a Ford Puma (2020) cost?

List Price from £20,845
Buy new from £19,347
Contract hire from £211.19 per month
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