The new Ford Puma – that’s the Puma that’s an SUV – will be available from January 2020, but only as the Puma Titanium First Edition from £22,295.
Back in June, Ford revealed the new Ford Puma, but rather than a sporty little coupe the Puma used to be, it’s morphed in to an urban SUV to fill the gap between the EcoSport and Kuga.
based on Fiesta underpinnings, it’s a new Ford which looks to be bang on in terms of buyer wants, and it’s going to be arriving in the UK in January. Although you’ll only be able to grab the Puma Titanium First Edition for starters.
That means a starting price of £22,295 for the First Edition, but it does come with stuff like rear-view camera, adaptive cruise, heated seats and steering wheel as standard. With the 123bhp 1.0 litre EcoBoost it costs from £22,295.
You can also grab an ST-Line X First Edition which throws in sporty titivations inside and out and gets sports suspension, alloy pedals, digital instruments and LED headlights as well as handsfree power tailgate, 18″ alloys and B&O Sound and comes with the 1.0 litre Ecoboost in either 123bhp or 153bhp guises. Prices start at £25,195.
Go daft and you can also have the Puma ST-Line X First Edition Plus, which starts from £27,345 and throws in 19″ alloys and Panoramic roof.
Available to order early in 2020, the new Puma will go down in price once Ford has flogged enough First Editions, although it looks like the lowest trim will be Titanium and will cost from £20,845.