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Sitting between the EcoSport and the Kuga in the brand's range of popular SUVs, the New Puma has been designed to be the athletic choice for those who enjoy an engaging driving experience.

Some may remember that the original Puma, launched in the late 90s, was a small coupe that was happiest on back roads. Although the new Puma is an SUV, it has borrowed its platform from Britain's best-selling car, the Ford Fiesta. However, the Puma is a five-door car that’s 46mm longer, 54mm higher, and 71mm wider than the Fiesta on which it's based.

The new Puma is certainly a handsome vehicle, one that manages to stand above rivals in the same segment because of its unique features. Smooth body lines and no unnecessary creases are a good foundation to start with. The headlights are placed high up on the bonnet, a nod to the original Puma, while the addition of daytime running lights on the ST-Line models provide a welcome addition.

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The interior is typical of a modern Ford in that it's incredibly well-thought out and of far better quality than any vehicle at this price point has any right to be. Owners will benefit from Ford's SYNC 3 infotainment system, which processes inputs quickly while being easy to use on a daily basis.

Bespoke features, which include a digital display for the dials (a Puma appears on start-up) and massaging front seats offer a desirable 'premium' feeling. Both the front and rear seat covers can be removed easily by undoing a zip, ideal for washing them should it be required.

Excellent use of space

The boot is going to be one of the most appealing features on the Puma. With a capacity of 456 litres, it is among the largest in its class. If that wasn't enough, there is also a hands-free tailgate, while the parcel shelf is simply a piece of material so that it can mould around taller items you need to transport.

In addition, the load bay floor height can be adjusted, which means you can either create a flat storage space, or simply maximise the capacity; essential for transporting sports equipment or cumbersome suitcases.

All-New Ford Puma driver's side interior.

Avaliable trim levels

When the new Puma arrives in 2020, it will be initially offered in Zetec, Titanium and ST-Line trims and will only be available with Ford's multiple award-winning 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine.

A cleaner hybrid electric vehicle

Three different versions of the popular engine will be available, starting with a 123bhp variant that will offered as a 48-volt mild-hybrid. The system harvests energy during braking and charges a battery, which aids the car during acceleration. Finishing off the range will be a 153bhp variant, which boasts the same mild-hybrid system, and a 94bhp version.

All-New Ford Puma in blue parked up.

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