Ford Set to Dominate Market as UK Switches to 61 Plates
The Ford Fiesta will now also come in the Centura limited edition, which mark 100 years of Ford in Britain. The 1.25 petrol version sells from £13,395 and includes over £600 of additional customer value through standard extras.
Only 1,000 Ford Fiesta "Centura" examples will be available, offering metallic Panther Black paint, chrome mirror and door caps, LED daylight running lamps, 16in seven-spoke alloy wheels and parking camera mounted in the rear view mirror.
In the medium car segment, the all-new entry level Focus Studio goes on sale next month priced at £13,995 on-the-road. This latest addition is available as a five-door hatchback with a fuel-efficient 85PS 1.6-liter petrol engine delivering about 48 mpg.
Standard equipment includes 16in sports-style alloy wheels, body-colored rear spoiler, USB connectivity, radio/CD and electrically operated body-colored door mirrors with integrated turn indicators.
The Kuga crossover will see the arrival of the Titanium X next month, featuring an impressive list of standard equipment over Titanium including full leather trim, 18in alloy wheels, LED daylight running lamps, large rear spoiler, panoramic roof, Bluetooth with voice control, USB connectivity, bi-xenon headlamps, heated front seats and power adjust driver seat.
In the large car segment, Ford promises lower running costs thanks to their Auto-Start-Stop being offered as standard from earlier this year.
"Ford has the right '61'-plate line-up, combining design style, technology and affordability for our September customers. Dealers nationally are eager to introduce them to Ford's best range ever," said Andy Barratt, Ford Britain sales director.