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Used Ford Kuga 2013-2020 review

Category: Large SUV

Section: Ownership cost

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Used Ford Kuga 2013-2020 review
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Ownership cost

What used Ford Kuga 4x4 will I get for my budget?

Prices for an early 2013 Kuga start at around £5000, at the time of writing, but we think it’d be wise to up the ante to around £8000 for a 2015 example. Upwards of £10,000 will secure a good 2017 car, and from £13,000 upwards you’ll be able to find a 2019 model. Spend around £16,000 to £18,000 for a run-out 2020 car. 

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Road tax

Cars registered before April 2017 will be charged annual car tax based on their CO2 emissions, which obviously vary throughout the range. Owners of cars registered after that date will be liable for a flat rate fee. This is currently £155 a year. To find out more about the current road tax costs, click here.

Servicing costs

Ford servicing costs are usually pretty reasonable and you can keep the costs down even further by opting for an Essential's service for £169 once the car is outside of its manufacturer's warranty period. 

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