Ford’s all-new hybrid crossover Puma will be available in Ireland from early January, which starts from €24,465 for the ‘Titanium’ 1.0‑litre EcoBoost petrol engine.
Along with the Titanium spec, the new Puma will be offered in ‘ST-Line’ and ‘ST-Line X’ versions.
The ST-Line is priced at €26,065, while the ST-Line X is €27,865. Both feature the 1.0‑litre EcoBoost petrol engine with 125hp.
Spec for Puma Titanium includes: 17-inch machined alloy wheels; LED projector headlamps with auto high beam; pre-collision assist; eight-inch SYNC with navigation and FordPass Connect modem; keyless start; electronic a/c; massage driver & passenger seats; ambient lighting; wireless charging; cruise control with adjustable speed limiter; rear spoiler.
Spec for Puma ST-Line adds: ST-Line sports body kit; large rear spoiler; LED fog lamps with cornering feature; ST-Line sports exhaust; 12.3-inch digital cluster; dark sports headliner; flat-bottom steering wheel; alloy pedal and gear knob.
Spec for ST-Line X adds: 18-inch matt black alloy wheels; SYNC Gen 3 8-inch touchscreen with navigation & B&O Play sound system; partial leather sports trim; privacy glass; shark fin antenna.
Luggage capacity is 444 litres thanks to the design of what Ford calls the ‘MegaBox’ boot area.
Commenting on the new Puma’s arrival in Ireland, Ciarán McMahon, chairman and MD of Ford Ireland, said: “I am sure the new Ford Puma will be a big hit in the Irish market. It is a compact SUV that feels like a much bigger car thanks, in part, to the innovative design of the MegaBox boot area. Then add in the very fuel efficient mild hybrid 1.0 litre EcoBoost petrol engine and you can see why Puma will tick all the boxes for many prospective new car buyers.”