Take Charge With A Test Drive

Discover the Ford range of electrified vehicles by taking a test drive this May. If you are considering making the switch it’s the ideal way to try before you buy.

The Kuga Plug-In Hybrid and our award-winning Puma EcoBoost Mild Hybrid are available, and our team are on hand to help guide you through the
choices available.

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Puma

Ford Puma

The Puma Mild Hybrid uses an electric motor with a 48-volt battery to
support its 1.0L EcoBoost petrol engine. Instead of driving solely on electric
power, the electric motor provides torque assistance to the engine. It also
uses regenerative braking technology, which charges the mild hybrid’s
battery by capturing energy that’s usually lost when you slow down.
This helps increase your fuel economy and reduce emissions. Combined
with stand out styling and a range of innovative features, the Ford Puma
embraces a new way of thinking.​

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Kuga

Ford Kuga

The Ford Kuga Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) combines a battery powered electric
motor with its 2.5-litre 225PS Duratec petrol engine. A choice of electric vehicle
(EV) modes means you can decide whether to run your Kuga PHEV on power
from the electric motor, petrol engine or via a combination of both. When using
the model ‘EV Now’ the plug-in hybrid can travel up to 28-39 miles* (WLTP
Test Result~) on electric power only. So, you can make easy work of any terrain,
while keeping your city driving clean, quiet and refined.

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Important Information
*Based on Kuga ST-Line Edition model with full charge: up to 28 miles (WLTP Extra High) - 39 miles (WLTP Overall). Model shown is a Kuga ST-Line X Edition with
up to 28 miles (WLTP Extra High) – 37 miles (WLTP Overall).
~Estimated range using Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). Actual range varies with conditions such as external elements, driving
behaviours, vehicle maintenance and lithium-ion battery age. WLTP Overall Range reflects a combined driving cycle and WLTP Extra High reflects motorway
driving – both tests are conducted in controlled conditions with an ambient temperature of 23 degrees Celsius and no climate or electrical load.