The Ford Kuga is competitive in some areas, but there are a number of better options for the money, notably the excellent Mazda CX-5read the full model review
The entry-level trim gets all the essentials, including 17in alloy wheels, air-con, hill-start assist, electric windows all round and cruise control. It’s our pick of the range, although we'd recommend forking out for the optional 8.0in touchscreen infotainment system.
The same 1.5 engine as the 120 but with more power. Again, it’s front-wheel drive and manual only. We suspect it should feel a lot more comfortable lugging the Kuga around than its baby brother, but we haven't yet tried it.