Wednesday September 23, 2020

New Ford Kuga puts the focus on comfort

It may not be the most powerful SUV – and that’s not to mention its battery issues – but with more space inside and more tech on board, the Kuga offers a refined drive

13th September, 2020
The exterior design of the new Ford Kuga eschews ruggedness for a curvier form that looks much more like the Ford Focus

The third generation of the Ford Kuga SUV has just hit the Irish market, and the company is proudly publicising the fact that it’s the most electrified vehicle it has ever made.

That claim unfortunately coincides with an issue with the high-voltage battery in the new plug-in hybrid version of the Kuga, leading to a suspension of sales and advice to existing owners not to charge the battery pack. The issues affects nearly...

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