Tested on Irish roads: Ford enters the small crossover fray with Puma
This late arrival to the sector has plenty to offer but, with a higher price tag than the market leader, that might not be enough
Finally Ford has a decent offering in the burgeoning small crossover segment. The sporty number you see pictured here is the Ford Puma and, while it is priced at a similar level to the existing Ford EcoSport, that is thankfully about all the new car has in common with that sub-standard vehicle.
The Puma takes its name from Ford’s compact coupé of the late 1990s, which may upset some enthusiasts, but it backs that up...
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