Ford Kuga Test Drive Review
01 October 2014
Ford has added a new top-end trim level to the Kuga SUV. The latest Titanium X Sport model sits above the existing Titanium X model and becomes the "highest specified Ford SUV available", according to the company.
The car's features include a sharp-looking body kit, DAB radio, satellite navigation, a rear-view camera and the firm's Active Park Assist (which automatically reverse parks the vehicle, requiring the driver only to operate the pedals).
The level of equipment means this model is also the most expensive Kuga going. Its P11D of £29,565 is £2950 more than that of an equivalent Titanium X model, and there's a 5.9ppm premium for the Sport, which has an overall figure of 63.4ppm.
That said, a dedicated trim level will always do your residual values more favours than individual options, which is borne out the Ford's strong 41.4% RV.