Used Ford Kuga cars for sale

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Our stock of used Ford Kuga come in a range of gearbox and fuel type options and are currently located at the below sites

Fuel Type

The Kuga is Ford’s answer to the crossover craze, and combines the best of a hatchback with the versatility of an SUV. There’s some off-roading ability of course, but Ford knows customers really want that raised seating position, extra boot space and comfort for the road – best think of the Kuga as a kind of Focus with a bit of extra everything, then, rather than a mini-me SUV.

There’s better mpg than your typical SUV, thanks to a range of super-efficient four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines – best of all, the latest models are available with hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains, boosting economy while still providing impressive performance.

Now in its third generation, you’ll find examples of the latest Kuga at Motorpoint, as well as the most recent facelifted versions of the previous generation.

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Engines

The second-generation Kuga (2012-2019) offers four-cylinder turbocharged Ecoboost petrol and diesel Duratorq engines. The three petrols are 1.5 litres, with 120PS, 150PS and 182bhp. Manual gearboxes and front-wheel drive are supplied on the two lower outputs, with all-wheel drive and an automatic gearbox standard at the top of the range.

The turbodiesels start with a frugal 1.5-litre diesel and either a manual or auto gearbox, rising to a pair of 2.0-litre turbodiesels. While the 2.0-litre 150PS version is available with all powertrain options, the top-spec 180PS model is all-wheel drive only.

Clearly all-wheel drive gives extra security in poor weather and incredible grip on muddy surfaces, but don’t dismiss the popular front-wheel-drive Kugas – they’re more economical and affordable, and the raised ride height is often all you need for that rough farm track or bumpy road to the beach.

The latest Kuga (2019 onwards) still offers an entry-level 1.5-litre Ecoboost petrol and a choice of 1.5- or 2.0-litre diesels (now branded Ecoblue and the only AWD model in the line-up), but there’s now a mild hybrid diesel (manual only), plus a 2.5-litre petrol hybrid and the same engine with plug-in hybrid capability. Check it out – the plug-in can drive for up to 35 miles on electric power alone.

Bodystyles

The Kuga comes with a five-door hatchback body and two rows of seats as standard. The first two generations were more comparable to a traditional SUV in their appearance, but the latest model adopts a more streamlined car-like design, if still with the raised ride height that’s so popular among buyers.

Trim Levels

First-generation models were offered in a huge array of trim levels, but it basically boils down to twists on the Zetec, Titanium, ST-Line and Vignale trims. Zetec is your entry-level trim (cruise control, Sync infotainment), Titanium adds some tempting extra toys (auto headlights, DAB radio, nav), then ST-Line goes large on sporting flair, including stiffer sports suspension and a sharper look. For the full premium experience, why not try Vignale with its extra luxurious specification and plush leather upholstery?

The latest Kuga essentially continues the same logic, with five key trims: Zetec, Titanium Edition, ST-Line Edition, ST-Line X Edition and Vignale. Even the entry-level Zetec gets DAB audio with sat-nav, front and rear parking sensors and autonomous emergency braking. Step up to Titanium and you’ve got Bang & Olufson premium audio and a rear-view camera, while ST-Line again adds a sporting flavour (18-inch alloys on ST-Line, 19s on the ST-Line X). Vignale is the classy Kuga, with premium leather, toasty heated front and rear seats and 19-inch Luster Nickel alloy wheels.

Technology

The second-gen Kuga was initially off-the-pace with technology, but made a giant step with the facelift models you’ll find at Motorpoint – the updated Sync3 multimedia system was crucial, which added more functionality and a more logical user interface. These cars also benefit from a more advanced automatic braking system that works at up to 30mph.

The Kuga was one of the first cars to introduce the (optional) hands-free electric tailgate. Wave your foot under the boot floor with the key in your pocket and it’ll open up, handy if your, erm, hands are full of shopping.

Tech took more huge strides with the latest Kuga – Sync 3 now has an 8-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto connectivity, and there’s a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster if you step up to Titanium trim. Driver-assistance tech has come on in leaps and bounds too, with cruise control, lane-keeping aid and lane-departure warning all standard. And, yep, that handy hands-free tailgate is still available.


Whichever trim and bosystyle you are after, we are sure to have the perfect Ford Kuga for you, and can help you save up to 40% off price when new. Browse or stock online, or visit a branch to take a Kuga out for a test drive. You can even drive one home in two hours with Same Day Driveaway.