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Ford Puma Line-Up Expands

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Ford has further expanded the new Puma range with additional powertrain and equipment level options – offering the most comprehensive line-up yet for the SUV-inspired compact crossover.

Customers can now choose from Puma models equipped with a new seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, and a luxurious new Puma ST-Line X Vignale variant.

Ford has invested approximately €200 million at its state-of-the art manufacturing facility in Craiova, Romania, to support production of Puma, taking Ford’s total investment in Craiova to almost €1.5 billion since 2008.

Efficient powertrains deliver great driving dynamics

A new seven-speed automatic transmission option for the 125 PS 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine delivers from 139 g/km and 6.1 L/100km WLTP.  Available from €26,797 (Titanium series), the advanced transmission’s greater number of gear ratios and dual-clutch operation for seamless gear changes contribute to optimised fuel efficiency, refinement and driving dynamics.

Puma customers were from February this year among the first to benefit from Ford’s 48-volt mild hybrid technology for enhanced petrol fuel efficiency. The Puma EcoBoost Hybrid powertrain is offered with the following power output in combination with six-speed manual transmission:

  • 125 PS 1.0-litre EcoBoost Hybrid delivering from 127 g/km and 5.6 L/100km WLTP

Luxurious Puma ST-Line X Vignale

Based on the sporty Puma ST-Line X variant, the Puma ST-Line X Vignale available from €28,644,  adds even more premium styling and specification. Unique details include exclusive 18” alloys, a satin aluminium upper grille and surround, ebony lower grille, and body-coloured lower rear bumper. Standard specification includes signature LED headlights, Windsor leather seats, wrapped instrument cluster, heated front seats, heated steering wheel and Ford KeyFree system.

Further Puma variant models including the TitaniumST-Line and ST-Line X feature as standard innovative technologies including Ford’s Local Hazard Information, enabled by the FordPass Connect modem,* and the versatile Ford MegaBox storage solution, able to house unstable items up to approximately 115 cm tall – such as houseplants or golf clubs – in an upright position.

In June, Ford announced that a new Ford Performance Puma ST model will join the range later this year.