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The driving dynamics of the Ford Kuga are exemplary, offering an excellent level of grip and traction that Ford have completely beaten off their competitors for a car of this size and style. The Kuga features two powerful diesel engines, a 138bhp 2.0-litre TDCi can get from zero to 62mph in 10.6 seconds and a 161bhp 2.0-litre engine which gets from zero to 62mph in 9.9s. The Kuga also boasts a 148bhp 1.6-litre EcoBoost petrol engine, available from late 2013, for varied economic performance.

Running Costs

For a car of its size, the running costs of the Ford Kuga will be extremely competitive when compared to its rivals. Ford is very efficient in ensuring their vehicles are economical and financially viable for their users. As an example, the Kuga’s most frugal engine, 138bhp 2.0-litre TDCi, will offer 53.3mpg, which is good value for money whilst also being the greenest engine, emitting only 139g/km of CO2.


The Kuga offers three different trims, Zetec, Titanium and Titanium-X; all of which offer an impressive array of features for their price. The Zetec is well equipped with 17-inch alloys, front fog lights, twin exhausts, air con, leather steering wheel, 12-volt socket in boot, space saver wheel, driver’s knee airbag, touchscreen display, hill start assist and cruise control with active speed limiter. The Titanium adds auto-headlights, rain-sensing front wipers, auto dimming rear view mirror, dual-zone electronic climate control, Sony DAB radio/CD player, partial leather interior and driver lumbar support. The Titanium-X boasts all of the above and 18-inch alloys, bi-xenon headlamps, LED daytime running lights, power tailgate, opening panoramic roof, full leather seats and passenger lumbar support.