This is the second Puma I have owned. It's a real dream of car and both my husband and I love driving it. The only downside is that it gets pretty uncomfortable on long journeys.
Otherwise, it's a very practical and reliable little car.
Real joy to drive. Lovely body shape. The engine, gears etc all seem perfectly matched. 125bhp power matches the car. Agile and excellent on cornering and overtaking.
Excellent on country roads, good in town. Ride and noise not so good for long motorway journeys when feels like it needs a 6th gear.
Fine as a two-seater. Enough room for average luggage. Height adjusting on seats so it fits shorter drivers. Air conditioning a must.
Overall a really great car.
I have only owned this car for about two days but already I love it.
The rear seats are perfectly OK for two small children's car seats, although I wouldn't recommend it for babies because it would be awkard being a three door car.
The car is a peach to drive: fun, nippy and sticks to the road. Looks-wise it's a classic that turns heads! Pity the interior trim didn't come in any other options. However, the six-disc CD changer is great. (Steering-wheel adjusment options would have been good though).
Good spec, great fun to drive and at the moment I love it!
I find the car very econmical very good on fuel and overall a very comfortable drive.
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