Ford reveals pricing for new Puma
Ford has announced pricing for its new Puma crossover, which arrives in the UK at the start of 2020.
Priced from £20,845, the Puma offers a choice of 125hp and 155hp 1.0-litre Ecoboost three-cylinder petrol engines, fitted in some variants with Ford EcoBoost mild hybrid 48-volt technology.
The entry-level model will be the Puma Titanium, which features driver and passenger lumbar massage seats as standard – both said to be a segment-first – in addition to advanced wireless charging, and will be available to order early next year.
Ahead of that, the Ford Puma Titanium First Edition, available from £22,295, will start deliveries in January and brings exclusive exterior and interior details as well as comfort and safety technology packs including intelligent adaptive cruise control, rear view camera, heated seats and heated steering wheel. It will be offered with the 125hp EcoBoost mild hybrid.
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.
There will also be an ST-Line X First Edition, priced from £25,195 and including handsfree power tailgate, 18-inch alloy wheels and 10-speaker B&O Premium Audio. It’s available with either engine.
At the top of the First Edition line-up is the Puma ST-Line X First Edition Plus, priced from £27,345 with the 155hp 1.0-litre EcoBoost mild hybrid and also featuring panoramic roof and 19-inch alloy wheels.