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  • 64201 Miles
  • Diesel
  • 6 Speed Manual
  • TBC CO² (g/km)
  • £TBC 12m Tax
  • £TBC 6m Tax
  • L
  • -- Avg. MPG
  • Group Ins.

Vehicle Information

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Vehicle Summary

  • Body style
  • Engine capacity
  • Fuel type
  • Transmission
    6 Speed Manual

Performance & Economy

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  • Fuel consumption (extra urban)
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  • 0 - 60 mph
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  • Registered: 1970
  • Mileage: 64201 miles
  • Engine Size: L
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Gearbox: 6 Speed Manual
  • Body Style: Hatchback
  • Colour: Silver
  • Owners: TBC

For more info on this vehicle call our showroom on 0131 554 9969 0131 443 7007

The Kuga is consistently one of Ford's most popular models, and it's a safe and solid option for family buyers looking for an SUV that's good to drive. It sits between the EcoSport and Edge in the company's SUV range. There's a huge amount of competition, though, with rivals including the Volkswagen Tiguan, Skoda Karoq and SEAT Ateca from the VW Group, as well as the Peugeot 3008, Vauxhall Grandland X, Kia Sportage, Hyundai Tucson, Mazda CX-5 and Honda CR-V. There's enough room for five in the Kuga, with generous head and legroom both in the front and in the rear. Rear-seat passengers are able to recline their backrests, while an almost-flat floor means a middle-seat passenger won't feel short-changed with their knees up around their ears. Will it fit in my garage? The Ford Kuga feels quite large thanks to its lofty driving position but in reality this md-sized SUV should give you no drama when it comes to parking in either a bay or your garage. Will my luggage fit in it? Boot space has increased by 82 litres when compared with the first-generation Kuga. With the seats in place the Kuga has a loadspace of 456 litres (with a space-saver wheel, 406 litres). Fold the rear bench (completely) flat and this expands to 1,653 litres (with a space-saver, 1,603 litres) rivals such as the SEAT Ateca and Kia Sportage – have much more space.If you're looking for a family car and safety is a concern, the Ford Kuga should be close to the top of your shortlist. It received a full five star rating from Euro NCAP, and features a wealth of standard kit with yet more available as optional extras. Base-spec cars get loads of airbags and a pre-crash preparation system that tensions the seatbelts and primes the brakes for maximum effectiveness. The pedals are collapsible, stability and traction control are standard and all models have Sync, which features an emergency assistance feature that alerts the relevant authorities in the event of an accident. Depending on the trim level or optional extras on your Kuga, a number of other safety features are available including self-parking, adaptive cruise control, automatic braking, lane-keeping aid, traffic sign recognition and a fatigue detection system.The cheapest Kugas to run will be the ones with diesel engines – the 1.5-litre with 120hp promises between 44.1-46.3mpg. Even the 2.0-litre diesel engines in the Kuga aren't too expensive either, and even adding all-wheel drive and an automatic gearbox to highest power 180hp version results in a claimed 35.3-37.7mpg.The Ford Kuga has an enviable reliability record. The only recall was back in 2008 (on the first generation car) and even that was for a relatively trivial matter of a hard brake pedal developing during engine warm-up. Not the sort of thing to lose sleep over, and it was fixed anyway.

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