Ford Kuga Car Reviews

The Ford Kuga is a small 4x4 that has been in production since 2008. The current second-generation model was launched in 2013. Like most Fords, the Kuga delivers an accomplished driving experience. The suspension is well balanced and steering is responsive, making for a comfortable, smooth ride. The Kuga is easy to handle, with the four-wheel drive system cutting in when extra traction is needed, and the ride is very refined.

Price Range: £-1 - £-1
Insurance Groups: N/A - N/A
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Score: 4/5
Good standard equipment
Four-wheel drive
Refined ride
A little cramped in the back
Not brilliant off-road
Petrol engines not as economical

Latest Ford Kuga Car Reviews:

Ford Kuga Pre Model 2.0 TDCi Zetec (2WD) 5dr - March 2012
This vehicle has been well put together and it offers high levels of safety and reliability, making it a great option for buyers. The car is four-wheel driven so pollutes the atmosphere more severe...
Ford Kuga Pre Model 2.0 TDCi Titanium (163ps) Powershift 5dr - March 2012
The Kuga is Ford's largely pointless entry into the compact crossover market. Make no mistakes, it is an excellent car, but we can't really see why you'd buy it. It's not especially practical and i...
Ford Kuga Pre Model 2.0 TDCi Titanium X (163ps) 5dr - February 2012
The Ford Kuga crossover is a vehicle that is looking to deliver the practicality of a 4x4 with the handling and fuel efficiency of a car, and it does succeed to some extent. The look of the car is...
Ford Kuga Pre Model 2.5T Titanium X 5dr - March 2012
This car is an expensive £28,995 to purchase brand new and the road tax and insurance group that the vehicle fall into suggests consumers will be expected to fork out considerable amounts more if t...
Ford Kuga Pre Model Titanium 2.0 TDCi (163ps) 5dr - May 2013
The Ford Kuga was one of the original crossovers to be launched on to the market, and the high driving position and the space in the car still makes it a very attractive prospect to drive. The Tit...

Ford Kuga Overview

The interior of the car is well laid out and boasts a good driving position. Seats are comfortable and supportive, with head and legroom plentiful in the front. Space is also good in the rear of the car, although the tallest passengers may be a little cramped. The boot could be a little larger, but there is still a decent amount of room for luggage and other items.

The Ford Kuga comes with an excellent level of standard equipment, including a socket for MP3 connectivity, heated windscreen and air conditioning. Moreover, the highest level of trim – Titanium X – offers leather interior, Bluetooth, heated seats and a glass roof. A wide range of engines are available, the diesel options offering the best fuel economy.


The Ford Kuga was released onto the market in 2008.

It is available with three levels of trim in the UK – Zetec, Titanium and Titanium X. The transmission selection is comprised of a 5-speed automatic, 6-speed manual or 6-speed dual clutch automatic.

The vehicle has been on sale in Argentina since 2010 and in Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa since 2011.

The 5-door, 5-seater crossover can be purchased as a two- or four-wheel drive.

The second-gen Kuga was launched in the UK in 2013. The new model offers the same levels of driver enjoyment as its predecessor with better refinement, more standard equipment and a more practical interior.


The Ford Kuga offers practicality with a decent amount of interior space and delivers a refined ride. The comfortable 4x4 makes a great family car and comes with a lot of standard equipment.

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