FORD Puma Models/Series Timeline, Specifications & Photos

Generations: 2
First production year: 1998
Engines: Gasoline, Mild hybrid, Diesel
Body style: SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle)

2019 - Present

The name is old, this car is new and has high-hopes on the ever-expanding crossover market. It is meant to be loved by those who, 20 years ago, were teenagers and loved that little sport-coupe car from Ford. Except that, this time, the Puma is a crossover built in Eastern Europe after a 1.8 billion dollars investment, not a compact sports car built in Germany. Like the old Puma, which introduced a new design language (new-edge design), the new Puma starts a new generation of Ford electrified vehicles. It features a 48-volt architecture and it is a mild-hybrid with underfloor batteries. ...

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gasoline engines:

FORD Puma 1.0L EcoBoost 6MT (125 HP)

FORD Puma 1.0L EcoBoost 7AT (125 HP)

mild hybrid engines:

FORD Puma 1.0L EcoBoost 6MT (125 HP)

FORD Puma 1.0L EcoBoost 6MT (155 HP)

diesel engines:

FORD Puma 1.5L EcoBlue 6MT (120 HP)


1998 - 2002

The Ford Puma was a strong competitor on the small coupe market. Sharing the chassis with the smaller Fiesta, the Puma was longer and the steering and handling were improved to offer a great sporty experience. Ford worked hard on designing the Puma and they managed to achieve a distinctive look that turned many heads. From the front, the Puma had an aggressive look, with the beautifully designed headlamps, while from the back, each stoplight had 3 lights that perfectly matched the sporty nature. Aggressively marketed, the Puma reached the hearts of the young buyers, which was exa...

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