The all new Ford Puma made its debut today and just like its title suggests, it’s bound to be a sleek and stylish new small SUV. This cute and small SUV brings stylecomfort and practicality into one new car and does so with a charismatic charm.

There are three variants available of the new Ford Puma depending on the new car buyer’s budget and what specs and accessories they may look for in their new small SUV. The range of the Ford Puma starts with the standard Puma at $33,806 Drive Away, the middling and more athletic Ford Puma ST-Line at $36,252 Drive Away and is topped off with the Ford Puma ST-Line V at $39,580 Drive Away.



Under the bonnet, all Ford Pumas utilize a 1.0 litre turbocharged three-cylinder engine offering 92kW of power and consuming 6.3L/100km. All models of this small SUV are Front Wheels Drive through a seven speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.



The Ford Puma 2020 has been blessed with an array of features and specs. First, the boot is something to boast about with its generous 456L of space. The storage ability for this small SUV is remarkable and certainly befits as the ideal city SUV for city lifestyle. All models come standard with an 8-inch Colour Touch Screen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and a rear-view camera. A seven-speaker sound system has been included for driver and passenger entertainment, unless the Ford Puma ST-Line V has been opted for which offers a 10 speaker sound system. There are two USB ports available and all variants of this small SUV come with a wireless charging feature.



In terms of safety, some of the Ford Puma includes the following safety features:

-   Autonomous emergency breaking with pedestrian detection

-   Lane keeping aid with lane departure warning

-   Traffic sign recognition

-   Rear parking sensors

-   Driver impairment monitor

Additionally, a ‘park package’ has been made available for extra specs in this small SUV such as:

-   Blind spot detection

-    -   Adaptive cruise control

-    -   Active park assist

-    -   Front, rear and side sensors.



The exterior of the Ford Puma range has come with some sleek lines on the flank and more distinct arches on the wheel, giving the small SUV an imposing air to it. The grille is accentuated with chrome and the windows are framed with a high-gloss black. The Ford Puma ST line variants own a flashier, more distinctive looking grille which emphasises its sporty appearance along with the alloy wheels and Recaro seats. It will also have the 1.5-litre turbocharged three cylinder which produces 147kW.

It is certainly undeniable from this latest car news that the Ford Puma is a much anticipated small SUV with its added featuresbold look and functionality for lifestyle needs. What To Ride team for one can’t wait to see these small SUVs owning the roads in late 2020!