Ford Puma joins AA Driving School fleet
22 October 2020
Author: Sean Keywood
The Ford Puma has joined the list of cars available to AA Driving School instructors.
The Puma is joining the fleet specced in the Titanium equipment grade, with a 125hp mild hybrid petrol engine - said to be the first mild hybrid offered on the fleet.
It's the third Ford to be offered, alongside the Fiesta Active and Focus ST-Line.
AA Driving School managing director Sarah Rees said: "We're really excited to bring the Ford Puma to our mix of cars and feel, combined with our new franchise pricing, we're more competitive, flexible and better value than ever.
"Whether instructors want a mild hybrid, a more spacious tuition vehicle or a smaller city car, they can find it here wrapped up with everything else needed to run a successful business."
Ford direct sales business manager Stephen Gafson said: "It's brilliant news that AA Driving School is to make the Puma available.
"We know it will be popular with the instructors, who get to choose their own vehicles, and we are expecting that their pupils will enjoy the Puma experience also.
"Many novices choose the model they learned to drive in as first cars, so it's win-win for Ford."