Before you even jump into the Ford Kuga, there are three very big deals that will make you quite nervous to part with your hard earned. Firstly, the fact that the recently released Kuga has been around in Europe for the better part of four years. A lot happens in motoring in four years, so it is safe to assume you’ll be greeted by a dated interior.
Secondly, the new Ford Kuga won’t suffer from the launch-lag that this model does, meaning it will be out next year. That’s a pretty big issue if you are thinking of buying this one. It will only be current for a year if you’re lucky.
You will pay for it, literally though, with fuel consumption being rated at 10.3 litres to 100 kilometres, by no means green or cheap. Ford also recommends you use the good stuff rather than E10.