Ford Kuga Leasing
Ford’s Kuga was one of the first affordable family Crossover SUVs to prioritise a decent driving experience. With other rivals now frequently copying that approach, the Blue Oval brand needs to do more to set its contender apart. Hence the changes made to a second generation model that’s now much improved.
The Ford Kuga has evolved in this improved second generation guise into a more credible contender that’ll be equally attractive both to Qashqai-class Crossover customers and RAV4-style soft roading SUV buyers. There’s sharper styling, a much nicer cabin and extra technology that segment buyers will like. Plus affordable Ford Kuga finance makes this an affordable contender. In short, if you’re shopping in this sector, this is still a car you very much need to consider.
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Why Would You Want One?
This has always been one of the very best family-sized Crossovers to choose if you like your driving. It features Ford's latest design language for a bolder, sportier look that's shared with the company's EcoSport compact SUV and Edge large SUV models. There's a torque vectoring control system to reduce the sort of understeer you'd expect in a car of this type and the Kuga has always performed well in terms of ride quality and refinement. Inside, the updates are subtle, but quite effective.
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This improved Kuga has a large upper trapezoidal grille and a smaller lower grille, flanked by sleeker headlamps incorporating LED daytime running lights and restyled taillights along with revised alloy wheels. Extra convenience features include an electronic parking brake that frees up room for improved storage in a centre console that now also features a storage area capable of accommodating a variety of bottles and cups. Out back, there's a 438-litre boot, all good elements to make a Ford Kuga lease attractive.
Before considering one of the many Ford Kuga leasing deals on offer, you’ll need to decide on your choice of engine. Most of the units on offer are carried over from the original version of this second generation model. The one engine that is new is the 1.5-litre TDCi entry-level diesel powerplant, though its 120PS output means that performance is relatively modest. Most will want to opt for the 2.0-litre TDCi diesel, which in volume 150PS guise gives you the option of manual transmission with front wheel drive – or, a 4x4 auto variant. Opt for the 2.0-litre diesel in pokier 180PS guise and you have to have AWD. Go for a Ford Kuga lease with petrol power and you’ll be offered a 1.5T EcoBoost unit, available with either 120, 150 or 182PS. The lesser two variants are provided only with manual transmission and front wheel drive, but the 182PS model comes only in 4x4 auto guise.
The Bottom Line
Having in recent years at last got serious about SUVs, Ford has also got serious about this Kuga – as it needed to. The MK1 model was cramped inside. And the original version of this second generation version had fallen behind the best of its rivals in terms of ultimate diesel efficiency, media connectivity, safety spec and visual pizzazz. All that’s been put right here. In summary then, it’s clear that Ford means business when it comes to this class of car. And if you doubt that, then you need to try this one.
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