The New Ford Puma® EcoBoost® Hybrid, an SUV, built for driving and thriving. With athletic design, driver focused interior styling and Megabox for additional bootspace storage.
Experience powerful performance with the All-New Ford Puma, equipped with a range of efficient and dynamic engine power outputs, designed to deliver an exhilarating driving experience. Choose from a selection of petrol engines that seamlessly blend power and fuel efficiency, ensuring a thrilling ride while maintaining environmental consciousness;
1.0L EcoBoost 125PS mHEV - manual & automatic
1.0L EcoBoost 155PS mHEV - automatic
For those seeking an extra dose of excitement, the All-New Ford Puma ST model takes performance to the next level, boasting sport-tuned suspension, distinctive styling, and a turbocharged engine that promises an exhilarating driving experience. Elevate your driving pleasure with the All-New Ford Puma, where performance, practicality, and style converge seamlessly.
1.0L EcoBoost 170PS mHEV - automatic (ST only)
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Ford have come up with an inventive new design feature, the Megabox and the new Ford Puma delivers best-in-class 465-litre uncompromised rear load space and innovative stowage solutions designed to offer practical solutions to everyday storage problems.
The Megabox is 80L (when combined with the mHEV) of previously unused space, located underneath the boot floor, which with its synthetic lining and drain plug in the bottom, makes it easy to clean with water. It was developed to meet and exceed customer requirements for practical luggage space, providing a deep, versatile storage space that is capable of comfortably accommodating two golf bags in an upright position and much much more.
The New Ford Puma has a range of innovative features designed to improve your driving pleasure, as well as help keep your hands on the steering wheel and eyes on the road. Sophisticated standard features are designed to help driver and passengers stay connected, with a standard wireless charging pad you aren't required to have your phone plugged into the USB port. Ford SYNC 4 Navigation is also standard, with a 12" touchscreen - providing seamless connectivity with wireless Apple CarPlay & Android Auto, 5G Modem and Over-the-air updates.
Wireless device connectivity. Cloud Connectivity, so you never miss over-the-air software updates. Voice recognition and Alexa Built-in. And all wrapped around you in the new centre console cockpit.
Recommended on The Road Price* from: £25,790
Recommended on The Road Price* from: £28,240
Recommended on The Road Price* from:£33,035
A Mild Hybrid Vehicle, a vehicle that is powered by both a normal combustion engine and a small electrical motor that helps improve efficiency. The electric motor is merely there to assist the combustion engine, not power the entire vehicle and therefore cannot drive on electric energy alone. The MHEV electric motors can be recharged in one of two ways: through regenerative braking or through the conventional engine.
You do not need to charge a MHEV, the 48V Li-ion battery is automatically recharged by regenerative braking during coasting and braking. There is no requirement to connect the battery to a power source.
As with MHEV, HEV have an internal combustion engine, but they also have a larger battery and more powerful motor. This provides more assistance to the engine and enables the vehicle to drive parts of short journeys at low speeds using the electric motor alone. Thanks to the conventional engine, this can help improve driving range. This is because the vehicle is capable of using both battery and the internal combustion engine.
The New Ford Puma is currently only available in a MHEV, if you would like more information on Ford's future electric vehicle, please send us your question
For further information or to arrange a test drive please visit D G Weaver Ltd. With showrooms and demonstrators in Llandow, Talbot Green & Rhondda, our friendly staff will be on hand to assist you with any queries you may have. D G Weaver Ltd. serving South Wales since 1956.