Ford have revealed the starting price for the all-new Puma. Prices will start from £20,845 for the entry Titanium model. But if you can’t wait to order one for early next year….Ford are giving customers the chance to order First Edition versions now and these will be in your local Ford showrooms in January 2020.
The Ford Puma Titanium First Edition Includes Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, Rear View Camera and heated seats and steering wheel. Prices start from £22,295 on the road.
The Puma ST-Line X is the sportier version with fully digital instruments, LED lights, Handsfree Power Tailgate, 18 inch alloys and 10-speaker B&O Premium Audio. Prices start from £25,195. Both vehicles will be powered by a 1.0 litre Ford EcoBoost Hybrid (mHEV) 125 PS engine.
Puma ST-Line First Edition Plus prices will start from £27,345. This hybrid will use a 1.0 EcoBoost Hybrid engine producing 155PS. It will come with a Panorama roof and 19 inch alloy wheels.
Yes…here is another SUV that has been squeezed into a car manufacturer range…but why call it a Puma? The previous Ford Puma was an iconic sporty 3 door coupe. This new one isn’t. The advert for the original Puma Ford used scenes from the legendary Bullet movie. It had the legendary and super cool Steve McQueen looking as if he was driving it through the streets of San Francisco! I can’t see them doing the same with this new SUV.