New Ford Kuga Gets UK Pricing Information
Even basic versions get 17-inch alloys, sports seats, cruise control and keyless go, while Titanium adds glossy black plastic grille surround, automatic headlamps, part-leather seats, dual-zone climate control, as well as Ford SYNC infotainment system.
Opt for the range topping Titanium X, and it gets upgraded 18-inch rims, bi-xenon headlamps with an adaptive function, LED tail lighs, as well as a full-leather interior and a sliding panoramic roof. The option of all-wheel drive costs around £1,500 extra on all models, except Titanium X, which gets it as standard.
The engine range is quite straightforward, with a 1.6-liter EcoBoost unit with 150 hp being the base motor, which also comes with 180 hp, for those willing to pay a little bit extra for some more go. Ford also offers two versions of the 2.0-liter TDCi diesel, with either 140 hp or 163 hp, which can be coupled to either a manual or an automatic six-speed box.