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Prices announced for launch versions of new Ford Puma

Date: 01 October 2019   |   Author: Sean Keywood

Ford has announced prices for the first versions of its new Puma SUV.

The initial equipment grades are Titanium First Edition, priced from £22,295, ST-Line X First Edition, priced from £25,195, and ST-Line X First Edition Plus, priced from £27,345.

Titanium First Edition cars, which come with a 1.0-litre, 125hp petrol mild hybrid engine, come with equipment including adaptive cruise control, a rear view camera, heated seats and a heated steering wheel.

Equipment with ST-Line First Edition cars, available with wither 125hp or 155hp versions of the 1.0-litre petrol mild hybrid engine, includes sporty interior and exterior design cues, sports suspension, alloy pedals, a full digital instrument cluster, LED headlights, an electric tailgate, 18in alloy wheels and a 10-speaker B&O sound system.

Further equipment with ST-Line First Edition Plus, which comes with the 155hp powertrain, includes a panoramic roof and 19in alloys.

The first deliveries of First Edition cars are expected in January.

In addition, Ford has announced that the regular Titanium equipment grade will be priced from £20,845, with equipment including driver and passenger lumbar massage seats and wireless charging.

Orders for the full Puma range will open early next year.