Ford has relaunched the classic Puma name in an all new car, taking some of the original styling elements from the 1990's original and wrapping them up in a sports SUV body that's a lot more relevant for the 2020's buyer. With it's aggressive looks elevating it far above the typical boxy family SUV, Ford has given the car a unique flavour and it's already a sales success. Launching with a choice of Fod's 1.0 Ecoboost engine on its own or combined with the brands new mild Hybrid mHEV system which boosts power to 155 horsepower, the car has spritely performance whilst keeping the great fuel economy and low emissions hybrids are known for. The Puma comes in either Titanium or ST Line trim depending if you prefer a little luxury or more outright sporting appeal, and whilst only available with a manual gearbox at launch, an automatic version isn't far away.
The new 2021 Puma is for sale in the following colours:
Orangewheels can offer some of the best prices on the new Puma available anywhere in the UK. Just make an enquiry online to see our supplying main dealers offers. As Ford is pitching the Puma as a lifestyle SUV bought for its good looks rather than practicality, we are expecting Ford Puma prices to be a little higher than more staid rivals like the Volkswagen T-Cross, Renault Captur and the Nissan Juke, but as with most attractive coupe like cars, it will likely retain higher residual values which will be good news come resale time. Just take a look to find our discounts: how much is on offer and what is the cheapest price available on the new car direct from our approved UK main dealers.