Ford has released the pricing details for the all-new Puma, as production starts at Ford's factory in Craiova, Romania. The first cars off the production line will be the First Edition models which will start deliveries in January, the First Edition will come with high spec.
The Ford Puma Titanium will start from £20,845, it will feature, as standard, driver and passenger lumbar massage seats, this is a first in the segment. Wireless charging will also be standard on the Titanium models. Starting at £22,295 the Puma Titanium First Edition will come with more features such as; comfort and safety technology packs which include, Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control, Rear View Camera, Heated Seats and Heated Steering wheel.
The Puma Titanium will be available with a 1.0l EcoBoost Hybrid 125PS mHEV, it will also receive some interior and exterior features to add to the new Puma's styling. First Editions will also be available in the ST-Line X guise, giving a sportier focus with interior and exterior features alluding to this sportiness, sports suspension, alloy pedals, digital instrument cluster and LED headlights all add to the more sporty feel. The ST-Line X First Edition starts at £25,195 and also includes a Handsfree Power Tailgate, 18” alloy wheels, and 10-speaker B&O Premium Audio. A choice of two engines will be available, both 1.0l EcoBoost Hybrids in either 125PS or 155PS mHEV. If you'd like to add a Panoramic Roof and 19' alloys, Ford have already added these with the Puma ST-Line X First Edition Plus which comes with the 1.0l EcoBoost Hybrid 155PS engine and starts from £27,345.Posted 08/10/2019 Back to Blog