The fantastic new Puma is very deliberately being marketed as a lifestyle car – i.e. a car like the Range Rover Evoque that you buy at a slight price premium because it's so good looking rather than a standard family box that you buy as cheaply as possible, so despite the fact that it's based around the Fiesta architecture, expect to pay a bit more and not see quite so much discount. List prices for the Puma start at just over £20,000 and it's a similar story with its key rivals - the Nissan Juke, Peugeot 2008, Renault Captur, VW T-Cross etc, and Ford isn't offering a basic Zetec trim level either, the range starts with the high spec Titanium, so all cars are going to come well equipped for the money, which should mean much stronger residual values come resale time, which is good news for customers and will keep monthly payments comparatively low. Here at Orangewheels we have the complete selection of new 2020 Ford Puma Prices shown above, just highlight the car you're after to see what our best deals are, and how much you can save with our special offers on a New 2020 Puma For Sale in the UK, either as a cash price or by using low cost Options PCP finance - which ever you prefer, direct to you from UK authorised main dealers, with nothing to pay Orangewheels. Just select the car you are looking for, our website will let you add the colour and spec you want for a finance quote, or give our supplying dealers a call and they can arrange it all for you over the phone.