Ford’s compact SUV was introduced with the third generation of Kuga. In the exterior design that reminded of the new Focus, the sportier and dynamic body proportions compared to the previous generations were noticed while the overall structure of the car was closer to the crossover.
The new Kuga, which is 89 mm longer and 44 mm wider than its predecessor, is 20 mm. Although its height is reduced by 20 mm, it is possible to increase the knee distance or the volume of the luggage, along with the new rear-end rear seats, which claim to be 35 mm more head distance at 13 mm behind.
While the interior looks like the latest models like Focus and Fiesta, the 12.3-inch digital dashboard uses a flexible design for the industry.
Engine options, 1.5 lt petrol (120 HP and 150 HP) and diesel (120 HP) engines familiar with the current Focus. The 2.0 liter diesel (150 HP) engine in the mild (semi) hybrid version of the average fuel consumption 5.0 lt / 100 km. The 2.5 liter gasoline engine’s plug-in (rechargeable) hybrid version has an average fuel consumption of 1,2 lt / 00 km. The 14.4 kWh lithium-ion battery provides approximately 50 km of electric driving range and can be recharged in about 4 hours. The next generation 2020 will be produced in Spain.