Ford Kuga 2.0 TDCi Titanium 5dr 2WD Diesel Estate (2013) available from Preston Motor Park Fiat and Volvo

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This great looking Ford Kuga comes with ABS, Alarm, Cruise control, Electric mirrors, Sports seats, electric windows, Isofix child seat anchor points, Remote locking, Traction control, Side airbags and much more. If you are looking for a car that is great on the motorway and it can fit your family without any problem, this is the right choice for you.

30/03/2013

43535

Manual

Diesel

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Body Glass

'Quickclear' heated windscreen/heated washer jets, Electric front and rear windows + one touch + global open/closing, Rain sensor windscreen wipers, Tailgate wash/wipe

Brakes

ABS/EBD, Electric traction assist system, ESP+EBA, Hill start assist

Carpets/Rugs

Front floor mats

Communication

Ford SYNC Bluetooth connection with voice control and USB port

Driver Aids

EPAS

Driver Convenience

'Ford Power' starter button

Driver Information

Trip computer

Driving Mirrors

Auto dimming rear view mirror, Electrically heated door mirrors

Entertainment

8 speakers, Auxiliary socket for external device, Remote audio controls on steering wheel

Exterior Body Features

Body colour bumpers, Body colour rear spoiler, Scuff plates

Exterior Lights

Automatic headlights, Front fog lights

Heating/Cooling/Ventilation

2nd row air vents, Dual electronic automatic temperature control

Interior Features

4 spoke leather steering wheel with silver accents, Auxiliary power socket in luggage area, Centre console with stowage tray/bottle holder/CD stowage/front and rear 12V power point, Folding rear centre armrest with storage compartment + cupholders, Leather gearknob, Part leather upholstery, Reach + rake adjustable steering column, Stowage unit in upper instrument panel, Tie down hooks, Tonneau cover

Interior Lights

Footwell courtesy lights front and rear, Front overhead courtesy lights with theatre style dimming and delay, Front/rear reading lights, Variable intensity instrument illumination

Safety

3 point seatbelts on all 3 rear seats, Driver and passenger airbags, Driver and passenger side airbags, Front and rear curtain airbags, Intelligent Protection System (IPS), Tyre pressure monitoring system

Seats

60/40 split/folding rear back and cushion, Driver seat lumbar adjustment, Driver/passenger front seatback pockets, Driver/passenger seats fore/aft adjustment, Front head restraints, Isofix system on outer rear seats, Manual height adjustable front seats, Rear head restraints, Sports style front seats

Security

Immobiliser, Locking wheel nuts, Remote central locking, Thatcham Cat 1 volume sensing perimeter alarm

Wheels - Spare

Mini steel spare wheel

General

Badge Engine CC: 2.0
Badge Power: 140
Based On ID: N
Coin Description: TDCi 2WD
Coin Series: Titanium
Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 07: 21E
Man Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years: 12
Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years: 1
NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %: 94
NCAP Child Occupant Protection %: 86
NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09: 5
NCAP Pedestrian Protection %: 70
NCAP Safety Assist %: 100
Service Interval Frequency - Months: 12
Service Interval Mileage: 12500
Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage: 60000
Standard manufacturers warranty - Years: 3
Timing Belt Interval Frequency - Months: 120
Timing Belt Interval Mileage: 125000
Vehicle Homologation Class: M1

Emissions - ICE

CO: 0.388
CO2 (g/km): 139
HC: N
HC+NOx: 0.196
Noise Level dB(A): 72
NOx: 0.158
Particles: 0.0005
Standard Euro Emissions: EURO 5

Engine and Drive Train

Camshaft: DOHC
Catalytic Convertor: True
CC: 1997
Compression Ratio: 16.0:1
Cylinder Layout: IN-LINE
Cylinders: 4
Cylinders - Bore (mm): 85
Cylinders - Stroke (mm): 88
Engine Layout: FRONT TRANSVERSE
Fuel Delivery: COMMON RAIL
Gears: 6 SPEED
Number of Valves: 16
Transmission: MANUAL

Fuel Consumption - ICE

EC Combined (mpg): 53.3
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies: True
EC Extra Urban (mpg): 60.1
EC Urban (mpg): 44.8

Performance

0 to 62 mph (secs): 10.6
Engine Power - BHP: 140
Engine Power - KW: 103
Engine Power - PS: True
Engine Power - RPM: 3750
Engine Torque - LBS.FT: 251
Engine Torque - MKG: 34.7
Engine Torque - NM: 340
Engine Torque - RPM: 1750
Top Speed: 118

Tyres

Alloys?: True
Space Saver?: True
Tyre Size Front: 235/55 R17
Tyre Size Rear: 235/55 R17
Tyre Size Spare: SPACE SAVER
Wheel Style: 9X2 SPOKE
Wheel Type: 17" ALLOY

Vehicle Dimensions

Height: 1689
Height (including roof rails): 1703
Length: 4524
Wheelbase: 2690
Width: 1838
Width (including mirrors): 2077

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres): 60
Gross Vehicle Weight: 2250
Luggage Capacity (Seats Down): 1603
Luggage Capacity (Seats Up): 406
Max. Loading Weight: 645
Max. Roof Load: 75
Max. Towing Weight - Braked: 1800
Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked: 750
Minimum Kerbweight: 1605
No. of Seats: 5
Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb: 11

YOUR KINDA KUGA? (new2) 15/02/2013

Ford's improved second generation Kuga bridges the gap between Qashqai-like Crossover models and RAV4-style soft roading SUVs. And most UK customers will choose one in 2.0 TDCi diesel form. Jonathan Crouch finds out why

Ten Second Review

Few markets evolve as rapidly as the compact SUV and you only need look at this improved second generation Ford Kuga to realise what it takes to keep pace. It's smarter and better connected and will appeal not only to the RAV4 and CR-V compact SUV crowd but also to those looking for one of the better 'Qashqai-class' Crossovers. There's no seven-seat version and it's still no great shakes off road but giving a car of this kind some serious off-road capability usually compromises it on road. I think this is one of those vehicles that would work really well as a long term ownership proposition, especially in 2.0 TDCi diesel form.

Background

Ford ought to be number one in the SUV and Crossover segment, but in recent history, the company has had a strangely half-hearted attitude to cars of this kind. In the Nineties and early Noughties, we got a stream of fairly awful Blue Oval-branded SUVs. There were two Mavericks, one based on a Nissan, the other on a Mazda. And a thirsty Explorer model from the States. Only in 2008 did Ford properly commit and develop from scratch a car better suited to our market. The first generation Kuga was fun to drive and looked good but it was rather cramped in the rear and needed a touch of cabin quality. The second generation Kuga, launched in 2013, addressed both these issues but by 2016, its standards of media connectivity had slipped a little behind the class standard, hence the need for the improved version we look at here with its smarter looks. Since most custmers will want the 2.0-litre TDCi desel engine, that's what we're focusing on.

Driving Experience

This has always been one of the very best family-sized Crossovers to choose if you like your driving. There's a torque vectoring control system to reduce the sort of understeer you'd expect in a car of this type and the Kuga has always performed well in terms of ride quality and refinement. Most UK buyers will probably choose one of the three 2.0-litre diesel engines on offer. Here you choose between a base auto-only 120PS variant, a 150PS 2.0-litre TDCi unit, which is the volume seller, or a range-topping 180PS version of this engine. The 150PS unit is available in manual front wheel drive guise, which is the most economical model in the range, or you can buy a four-wheel drive version and specify it with the Powershift transmission if you fancy. The 180PS engine is only available with four-wheel drive, again with the option of Powershift. I think the front-wheel drive 150PS unit might be the pick of the range, as there's very little difference in torque between these two engines and when the more powerful model is loaded up with all-wheel drive, Powershift and a few options, there's relatively little difference in their sprinting ability. With a manual gearbox and AWD, the top diesel takes 9.2 seconds to 62mph, while the entry-level car in the same spec manages 10.1s. Although Ford's engineers deny it, the chassis of this model feels a good deal softer than the pre-2013 first generation car, so the ride is better, but there's not that same up-and-at-'em attitude as before. The four-wheel drive system lends the Kuga a bit of off-road ability but it's probably more useful on road when conditions are slippy or if you're driving the car quite hard. The torque vectoring control system reduces the sort of understeer you'd expect in a car of this type and sniffs out grip extremely well.

Design and Build

This improved Kuga features Ford's latest design language for a bolder, sportier look that's shared with the company's EcoSport compact SUV and Edge large SUV models. A large upper trapezoidal grille and a smaller lower grille are flanked by sleeker headlamps incorporating LED daytime running lights. Restyled taillights complete the changes, along with revised alloy wheels, available in 17, 18 or 19-inch rims. Inside, the updates are subtle, but quite effective. So the steering wheel and air-conditioning controls are more intuitive and feature fewer and more easily distinguishable buttons and switches, making the controls easier to recognise and navigate. The steering wheel is offered with optional heating to improve comfort in cold weather, while all automatic Kuga models now feature paddle-shift controls that enable drivers to manually select gears while keeping their hands on the wheel. Extra convenience features include an electronic parking brake that frees up room for improved storage in a centre console that now also features a storage area capable of accommodating a variety of bottles and cups. There's also a new USB connection point for integrating and charging mobile devices. Otherwise, things are much as before. Which means that inside, there's decent headroom all round and reasonable rear legroom too. Out back, there's a 438-litre boot.

Market and Model

Trim-wise, there's a base 'Zetec' model; from there, you choose from a range of sporty variants ('ST-Line' or 'ST-Line Edition') or three luxury spec levels (Titanium Edition', 'Titanium X Edition' or 'Vignale'). For the 2.0 TDCi engine we're looking at here, prices start at around £27,000 for the auto-only 120PS derivative. If that's a bit much for you but you still want a diesel, then Ford will offer you a 1.5-litre TDCi 120PS manual model for just over £26,000. Go for the 2.0 TDCi with 150PS and there's a choice of front wheel drive or AWD and manual or auto transmission. Go for the pokier 180PS version of ths engine and you have to have AWD - and that means asking prices between £31,000 and £37,000. You get plenty of technology for your cash in this revised model. Take the 'SYNC 3' connectivity system. It delivers faster performance, simplified commands and supports the 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone connectivity systems, so you can use your favourite apps on the dashboard's 8-inch colour touchcreen. The new Kuga also features Ford's Perpendicular Parking technology that helps drivers park handsfree in spaces alongside other cars. Plus there's an enhanced version of the 'Active City Stop' collision avoidance system. And Ford's 'Adaptive Front Lighting System' for optimised visibility in low light. Further advanced technologies include a 'Hands-Free Liftgate' powered rear hatch that you can activate by waving your foot beneath the bumper.

Cost of Ownership

How spoiled we are. These days we expect our cars to be bigger and faster, with more equipment and better build quality. We want more effective air conditioning, power outlets everywhere and brighter headlights. We want all of that but we also want to spend less on fuel and emit less carbon dioxide. Which, when you think about it, is quite a trick to pull off. We almost take it for granted that we have our cakes and eat them too and this Kuga is a case in point. Ford has pulled out all the stops to make the latest model more economical than before. For example, an Active Grille Shutter is fitted to all versions. This closes the front grille, reducing aerodynamic drag when the radiator isn't in need of additional cooling and then reopens it upon demand. Auto-Start-Stop is also standard across the range. Features like an Eco Mode and a Gear Shift Indicator help keep your right boot out of the carpet. All this effort has paid off in terms of efficiency. The 2.0 TDCi 120PS powerplant manages 37.2mpg and 164g/km. And the front-driven 2.0 TDCi 150PS model manages 39.2mpg and 151g/km - or 39.2mpg and 164g/km if you order it with AWD. For the top 2.0 TDCi 180PS AWD derivative, it's 37.7mpg and 162g/km. The three/year/60,000 mile Ford warranty isn't the industry's most generous but reliability of all of these drivetrains has thus far been extremely good.

Summary

The Ford Kuga is a car that rewards a bit of time spent with it. Look at it superficially and it's fairly easy to find rivals with more space, that drive a bit more sharply, that offer better fuel economy, wear a more prestigious badge or feel posher inside. But when you try to find the car that combines all of these qualities into one, it becomes a bit more difficult and gradually the Ford emerges as a real contender, especially in the 2.0 TDCi diesel form that most UK customers will choose. Of course, it'll have its work cut out. There's some real talent in this compact SUV division and often the decision will come down to something as straightforward as whether you like the styling, whether you can get a discount, or how close your dealer is to you. If you're drawing up a shortlist, by all means put the Kia Sportage, the Mazda CX-5 and the Nissan Qashqai on it. But you'd be missing a trick if you didn't compare them to this latest Ford Kuga. It might just have 'em all covered.

THE GETAWAY CAR (new2) 11/11/2016

Ford's Kuga has sharpened up its act in this improved second generation guise. Jonathan Crouch checks out what's on offer.

Ten Second Review

The Ford Kuga has evolved in this improved second generation form into a more desirable proposition that'll be equally attractive to Qashqai-like Crossover and RAV4-style soft roading SUV buyers. The single five-seat bodystyle is properly family-sized and gets some clever technology that segment buyers will like. In other words, if you're shopping in this sector, here's a car you have to consider.

Background

By now, you ought to be pretty familiar with the second generation Ford Kuga. You are, right? It's like the first generation car but bigger, more efficient and smarter inside. There's still no seven seat option, but Ford reckoned that this was something only a small percentage of compact SUV buyers actually wanted. The latest model has come in for a bit of a wash and brush-up, with a restyled front end, extra safety tech and lots of fresh media connectivity inside. Otherwise, it's much as you were. The Kuga established its reputation as being one of the best compact SUVs to drive and this one should be no different. At first glance then, the news seems all good.

Driving Experience

Under the bonnet, things are much as before, which means that the petrol range is based around a 1.5-litre EcoBoost engine, though this unit is now available in three guises. The 120 and 150PS versions of this unit are familiar, allied exclusively to front wheel drive. If you want more, there's a top 176PS variant of this unit, which can only be ordered with a 6-speed automatic gearbox and AWD. Many Kuga buyers though, are going to want a diesel. Possibly the 120PS 1.5-litre TDCi unit that only comes with front wheel drive. But more probably the 2.0 TDCi engine that kicks off with a 120PS front-driven auto-only variant. Most Kuga customers though, opt for the 2.0 TDCi diesel in 150PS form, because in this guise, they're offered the choice of either front or four wheel drive, manual or Powershift automatic transmission. If you want more power, there's a 2.0 TDCi 180PS variant at the top of the range that only comes with AWD. This has always been one of the very best family-sized SUVs to choose if you like your driving. There's a torque vectoring control system to reduce the sort of understeer you'd expect in a car of this type and the Kuga has always performed well in terms of ride quality and refinement.

Design and Build

This improved Kuga features Ford's latest design language for a bolder, sportier look that's shared with the company's EcoSport compact SUV and Edge large SUV models. A large upper trapezoidal grille and a smaller lower grille are flanked by sleeker headlamps incorporating LED daytime running lights. Restyled taillights complete the changes, along with revised alloy wheels, available in 17, 18 or 19-inch rims. Inside, the updates are subtle, but quite effective. So the steering wheel and air-conditioning controls are more intuitive and feature fewer and more easily distinguishable buttons and switches, making the controls easier to recognise and navigate. The steering wheel is offered with optional heating to improve comfort in cold weather, while all automatic Kuga models now feature paddle-shift controls that enable drivers to manually select gears while keeping their hands on the wheel. Extra convenience features include an electronic parking brake that frees up room for improved storage in a centre console that now also features a storage area capable of accommodating a variety of bottles and cups. There's also a new USB connection point for integrating and charging mobile devices. Otherwise, things are much as before. Which means that inside, there's decent headroom all round and reasonable rear legroom too. Out back, there's a 438-litre boot.

Market and Model

Prices see a starting point of just over £23,000, rising up to around £37,000. You get a lot of technology for that though, in this current model. Take the 'SYNC 3' connectivity system. It delivers fast performance and supports the 'Apple CarPlay' and 'Android Auto' smartphone connectivity systems, so you can use your favourite apps on the dashboard's 8-inch colour touchcreen. This Kuga also features Ford's Perpendicular Parking technology that helps drivers park handsfree in spaces alongside other cars. Plus there's the 'Active City Stop' collision avoidance system. And Ford's 'Adaptive Front Lighting System' for optimised visibility in low light. Further advanced technologies include a 'Hands-Free Liftgate' powered rear hatch that you can activate by waving your foot beneath the bumper. The latest generation 'Ford MyKey' technology allows Kuga owners to programme a key for younger drivers that can inhibit incoming phone calls, restrict top speed, prevent deactivation of driver assistance and safety features, reduce audio system maximum volume and disable the audio system altogether if occupants are not using safety belts. The MyKey system also offers a great number of choices in both the speed limiter and speed minder settings. It's all very reassuring.

Cost of Ownership

Ford has pulled out all the stops to try and make this Kuga competitively efficient. For example, an Active Grille Shutter is fitted to all versions. This closes the front grille, reducing aerodynamic drag when the radiator isn't in need of additional cooling and then reopens it upon demand. Auto-Start-Stop is also standard across the range. Features like an Eco Mode and a Gear Shift Indicator help keep your right boot out of the carpet. The figures generated though, are a little way behind the best that comparable mid-sized competitors can manage. The 1.5-litre EcoBoost petrol variant manages 35.3mpg on the combined cycle in both 120 and 150PS guises. And 160g/km of CO2 (120PS) and 164g/km (150PS). Go for the 1.5 EcoBoost 182PS variant and those figures fall to 29.1mpg and 209g/km. As for the diesels, well the 1.5 TDCi powerplant manages 46.3mpg and 137g/km. And the front-driven 2.0 TDCi 150PS model manages 39.2mpg and 151g/km - or 39.2mpg and 164g/km if you order it with AWD. With the top 2.0 TDCi 180PS AWD derivative, it's 37.7mpg and 181g/km.

Summary

Ford has finally got serious about the SUV market and its three offerings now effectively cover this growing market. This Kuga certainly needs to appeal to a lot of different countries if it's to earn its corn and while some have grumbled that it doesn't feel particularly tailored to UK buyers, that's something we're going to have to get used to. Sales haven't been bad, so Ford's clearly doing something right. The latest model becomes more sophisticated and gets a bit more kit but otherwise, the script doesn't change radically. If you want to make a style statement, you'll still keep saving for a Discovery Sport. Otherwise, the Kuga is still one of the very best compact SUVs for those who love to drive.

ONE FOR THE ROAD (family) 11/11/2016

Seemingly every major manufacturer has a family Crossover product nowadays. June Neary tries Ford's. It's called the Kuga and in improved second generation form, it's good to drive as well as family-friendly

Will It Suit Me?

The Qashqai-class family Crossover is a type of car that you either like or loath. With this sort of model, either the aggressive grilles, flared wheelarches and questionable ability to tame mother nature's harshest terrain speak to you on a primeval level - or you'll think it's all a bit silly and over the top. Of course, there are different degrees of 'Crossovery-ness' and these days, the boundary between this kind of car and a proper 4x4 SUV has never been blurrier. Perhaps the non-believers should take another look at this controversial class of vehicle? If there's any model with the qualities to persuade them, then I think Ford's Kuga must have a chance. The Kuga puts up very little pretence of off-road ability. Instead, Ford has taken the refreshing approach of creating a car of his kind that's designed to reward at the wheel - a rare attribute in this class. Despite that, buyers still get the usual Crossover class virtues, namely a high driving position and the easy access of a 4x4 SUV thanks to a tall shape and raised ride height. There's also the option of 4x4 transmission that will allow the car to tackle the gravel driveways and grassy banks owners might occasionally encounter while also providing enhanced grip on the tarmac. Importantly, however, by doing without the heavy-duty suspension needed for serious off-road driving and borrowing its underpinnings from the Ford Focus hatchback, the Kuga has the pedigree for a car-like driving experience. All that remains to be seen is how it stacks up in the real world.

Practicalities

The Kuga's looks are certainly appealing. Ford has managed to strike a neat balance between the cute and the sporty with the aggressive angles of its bold front end and the compact, stocky proportions of the vehicle as a whole. The interior is similarly easy to like with lots of classy chrome and aluminium finishes, particularly on the up-spec models, and controls that are straightforward to master. Space in the front is fine and rear legroom is much better than the previous generation version of this car could offer. In the cargo area, you'll find 406-litres of space if the seatbacks are in a fully reclined position. Plus of course you can fold the seatbacks flat, a neat operation that needs just a pull on the seat-mounted lever that sees the rear backrests flip and fold forward. The result isn't a totally flat load area but it is quite a large one with at least 1,603-litres of space, much more than you'd get in a comparable Nissan Qashqai.

Behind the Wheel

Most of the versions that people actually buy are powered by a Ford 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi diesel engine. This unit has either 150PS or a rounder-looking 180PS. The difference between the performance of the two versions of this engine isn't great, with even the lower-powered option managing sixty from rest in around 10.1s on the way to 121mph flat out in 2WD form. There's also a lower-powered 1.5-litre TDCi 120PS diesel option, if funds are tighter. The green pump alternative is Ford's 1.5-litre turbocharged petrol unit with 120 or 150PS as a 2WD manual or 182PS as an AWD automatic. The lower-powered option might even make more sense than the diesel for lower mileage owners. Fuel economy shouldn't keep prospective owners awake at night. In AWD guise, the 150PS 2.0 TDCi engine returns a healthy 54.3mpg and carbon dioxide emissions are a similarly benign 135g/km. Go for the lighter 2WD model and these figures are improved to 60.1mpg and 122g/km. The front-driven 150PS 1.5-litre petrol version manages 45.6mpg and 143g/km.

Value For Money

If, having considered all of this, you conclude that it is indeed a Kuga that you really want, then you'll expect it to be well equipped. And by and large, whichever five-door five-seat, two or four-wheel drive, manual or automatic variant you decide upon - 1.5T petrol EcoBoost or 2.0 TDCi diesel - you shouldn't be disappointed. Alloy wheels, daytime running lights, front foglights, a Quickclear heated windscreen, powered heated mirrors, a Thatcham Category 1 alarm, decent quality 6-speaker CD stereo system, air conditioning, cruise control and a hill start assist system to stop you from drifting backwards on uphill junctions are all standard.

Could I Live With One?

Crossover models of this kind have developed into a bit of a touchy subject over the last few years. Are they really all style over substance? This Kuga offers a credible answer to that query. It's efficient, practical and surprisingly good to drive. If you're shopping in this segment, it needs to be on your list.

Ford Kuga average rating: 4.5/5 (66 reviews)

- 10/08/2019, owner of a Ford Kuga Zetec 4X2 Tdci

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
Great car. Very comfy and just the right amount of style and comfort.

- 19/08/2019, owner of a Ford Kuga St-Line X Tdci

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
The service I received to buy a new car was outstanding. I was updated on everything and things were explained to me simply. The staff are brilliant and I could not have wished for better staff that took good care of me and went out of their way to help me in every way they could.By the way I love the car

- 15/08/2019, owner of a Ford Kuga Titanium Edition 1.5 Ecob 150PS 6 Speed Man

User rating: 4.5/5

User comment:
This is the 2nd car I have had in the motability scheme and I cannot recommend the Kuga highly enough. Such a comfortable car. I would not want anything else.

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