posted 8 years ago

Ford reveals New Kuga prices

New Ford Kuga prices revealed - from £20,495.

New Ford Kuga

Ford has confirmed that its new Kuga off-roader will cost from £20,495 when it goes on sale in June.

To start with, the range will be a very small one, with just one engine and two trim levels to choose from. Every model will come with a134bhp 2.0-litre TDCi diesel engine that, with the standard six-speed manual gearbox, returns 44.1mpg on the combined cycle and emits 169g/km of CO2 - better in both cases than a similarly powered Tiguan.

In keeping with Ford's desire to keep the Kuga as a premium model, just two trim levels will be available, Zetec and Titanium. The more basic Zetec has alloy wheels, air-conditioning and keyless start, while Titanium adds £2000 to the price, as well as automatic windscreen wipers, tinted glass, part-leather trim and cruise control to the list of standard equipment. Among the options will be a rear-facing camera, USB connectivity and a digital radio, but every model will have a split-folding tailgate, the first time Ford has offered such a feature.


A 2 year old 2.7 V6 HDi Lignange with around 10,000 miles on the clock will cost under £15,000 in the UK now with a full 12 month Citroen Warranty and provides tremendous value for money and a car that drives like a dream and stands out from the all that German machinery.

I agree entirely with this review. I bought a used "08" plate C6 manual gearbox exclusive, storm grey with gorgeous cream leather interior and 2.2HDi engine in April this year from Citroen Slough. This is the most beautiful and comfortable cars you could possibly wish to own and as there are so few on the roads in this country (I have only ever seen three or four in the last three years) it is a real head turner. I cannot urge anybody strongly enough to consider this car. To me it makes a 5 series BMW look quite drab. Given the heavy depreciation levels buying a low mileage 12-18 month old car makes great sense. Mine was only 11 months old with 2500 miles on the clock. It had been a showroom car and a demonstrator for Citroen Slough and had been used a bit by one of Citroens Directors. Unbelievably the car only cost me £17,995 and as the car had never previously been sold by Citroen they actually had to account for VAT within this selling price making the net before VAT price £15,650