What used Ford Puma coupe will I get for my budget?
How much does it cost to run a Ford Puma coupe?
Not by any stretch of the imagination. This car is based heavily on the Fiesta, so parts are cheap and servicing easy.
It's also very robust if it's looked after, so there should be no unexpected maintenance bills to wipe the smile off your face as you drive all the way to the bank. Insurance costs are reasonable, but not exactly cheap. Our favoured 1.7 qualifies for group 12, while the 1.6 falls into group 10 and the 1.4 sits in group 9.
You won't be spending much on fuel, though. Whichever model you choose, a gallon should take you within a brisk walk of 40 miles, provided you don't go too mad with your right foot.
Best of all, the Puma doesn't cost a huge amount to buy, especially given the fun and distinctive looks - and it won't lose much value over coming years, either.