Ford Kuga a dynamic newcomer

While large SUVs are out of favour in these days of high fuel prices and carbon-based taxation, smaller, more compact models continue to find buyers across Europe. Ford is the latest manufacturer to join the segment.

9th August, 2008

While large SUVs are out of favour in these days of high fuel prices and carbon-based taxation, smaller, more compact models continue to find buyers across Europe. Ford is the latest manufacturer to join the segment.

Its newcomer, the Kuga, comes well prepared for battle. Not only does it have the lowest carbon reading in the sub-segment, but its keen prices make some of its rivals seem outrageously expensive.

One reason why Ford has been...

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