A direct competitor for the Tiguan, the Kuga is similar in that it’s based on the brand’s family hatchback model. Focus underpinnings ensure it’s one of the best small SUVs to drive, and neat styling has kept it selling strongly over the years.
Over 30,000 Ford Kugas have been snapped up by customers this year, pushing the medium SUV to a new sales record.
The Ford Kuga will offer Ford’s SYNC 2 advanced connectivity system for the first time, enabling drivers to operate phone, entertainment, climate and navigation systems using simple conversational language.
Ford’s stylish and eye-catching Titanium X Sport series has joined the new Kuga range to offer the highest specified Ford SUV available, with the following styling, luxury and technology features as standard:
Ford Kuga production is set to increase by 10 per cent this year to cope with an increasing demand throughout Europe.
As the all-new Ford Kuga arrives in UK dealerships, more than 1,850 are already being handed over to eager customers, many of whom placed early orders without even a test-drive.
Ford Motor Company won three out of a possible seven 2012 Euro NCAP best-in-class safety awards – more than any other manufacturer – with wins for new Kuga, new Transit Custom and new B-MAX.
The all-new Ford Kuga is set to disapprove the myth that an SUV can’t be ‘green’, high-tech and capable all at the same time.
Ford’s all-new Kuga Smart Utility Vehicle (SUV) will be available from £20,895 – over £1,000 less than today’s model, as volume production commences in Valencia. Ford has sold more than 45,000 Kuga models in UK since 2008. Like its predecessor,…
The successful Ford Kuga strengthens its reputation as a leading vehicle in its class with exciting new powertrain options designed to boost performance, improve fuel economy and reduce CO2. Coupled with a new ‘Individual’ trim, Ford Kuga continues to combine striking design with rewarding driving quality.