New Ford Puma crossover priced from £20,845

Published 02 October 2019

Orders are now open for high-spec First Edition models of the new Ford Puma crossover with deliveries expected from January 2020.

Further trim levels will follow, with prices for the Fiesta-based crossover starting at £20,845 - making it a rival to the Nissan Juke, SEAT Arona and Honda HR-V.

Standard specification for the entry-level Puma Titanium will include massage seats for the driver and front passenger as well as wireless phone charging. The Ford Puma Titanium First Edition, which starts at £22,295, will include comfort and safety technology packs. These include adaptive cruise control, a rear-view camera, heated seats and a heated steering wheel.

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Puma First Editions are also available in ST-Line X trims, priced from £25,195. This adds sporty interior and exterior highlights as well as sports suspension, a fully digital instrument cluster and LED headlights. It also comes with an electric tailgate, 18-inch alloy wheels, and a 10-speaker B&O premium audio system.

The ST-Line X First Edition Plus starts at £27,345 and adds a panoramic sunroof and 19-inch alloy wheels.

The Puma will initially be offered with a 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine featuring mild-hybrid technology.bIt comes with 125 or 155PS, each using an 11.5kW integrated starter/generator in place of a standard alternator. This allows energy usually lost during braking and coasting to be recovered, improving efficiency.

A diesel will follow later in 2020.

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Comments

gavsmit    on 2 October 2019

That's another ridiculously expensive small car crossed off my list.

DeadBat    on 3 October 2019

Interior looks pretty dated, miles behind competitors. I'd rather get new Mazda CX-30, looks much nicer and in my opinion better value for money.

HighlanderUK    on 7 October 2019

That's another ridiculously expensive small car crossed off my list.

agreed, overpriced for what it is and too low powered engines, best is 1.0L 155PS and no auto options either.

CX-30 needs way less plastic cladding, looks really bad compared the slim plastic the CX-5 has round the wheels and doors.

Edited by HighlanderUK on 07/10/2019 at 18:53

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