Ford Puma production begins | New Release - Car News Oct 2019

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13:18 Thursday 10 Oct 2019

The new Ford Puma has entered production at the company’s Romanian factory.

UK prices will start from £20,845 on-the-road for the Ford Puma Titanium when order books open fully early in the New Year, but high specification First Edition models are available for January delivery.  The Puma Titanium First Edition is available from £22,295 and includes Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, rear view camera, heated seats, and heated steering wheel, and is powered by a 1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid 125PS mHEV drivetrain.

The exclusive Puma First Edition is also available in ST-Line X trim.  This adds sporty interior and exterior design cues, sports suspension, alloy pedals, full digital instrument cluster, and LED headlamps, handsfree power tailgate, 18-inch alloy wheels, and 10-speaker B&O Premium Audio, and is priced from £25,195.  An ST-Line X First Edition Plus, with panoramic roof and 19-inch alloy wheels, is available to order priced from £27,345.

Orders can be placed at your local Ford retailer.

 

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