Despite the rugged body styling, the new 2021 Ford Puma is actually 2 wheel drive only, not 4 wheel drive. It's based on the chassis of the smaller Fiesta, and that's front wheel drive only, so it's unlikely that Ford will offer a true Puma 4x4 simply because the chassis underneath isn’t designed with the space to run another driveshaft to the back wheels. The car is meant as a compact city SUV designed to give you a better view of the road and more interior space with its ride height rather than venture over rocks and up mountains, and 4 wheel drive would add significantly to both the cost and the weight of the car making it heavy, expensive when compared to rivals and not very fuel efficient, and when you look at the cars it sells against - the new Nissan Juke, the Peugeot 2008, the VW T-Cross etc, none of those have the 4x4 system either, they are all road based, so when it's described as such it is best to assume it looks like a 4 wheel drive, not that it is one!
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