New Ford Puma starts at £20,845 01 | 10 | 2019

    FORD’S NEW PUMA will go on-sale early next year with a Titanium First Edition, available for delivery in January, leading the way from £22,295. The rest of the range, available to order early in 2020, will start at £20,845 for the Puma Titanium. (Related: Ford Focus ST hot hatch)

    While the Titanium gets segment-first driver and passenger lumbar massage seats as standard, in addition to advanced wireless charging, the First Edition gains extensive additional kit. This includes comfort and safety technology packs with 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 and finishes that complement the model’s seductive design. (Related: Roadtest — Ford Focus RS)


    “Our stunning new Ford Puma will be first offered in a range of exclusive first editions incorporating the latest and best technology usually reserved for large executive cars,” Lisa Brankin, passenger vehicle director, Ford of Britain, explained. “Alongside our new mild hybrid powertrains, best-in-class loadspace and striking design, the new Ford Puma offers exceptional comfort and technology for compact crossover customers.”


    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, 18in alloys and 10-speaker B&O Premium Audio, available with 1.0l EcoBoost Hybrid 125PS or 155PS mHEV.


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

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