Ford Puma 1.0 EcoBoost Hybrid mHEV Titanium 5dr Review

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With its agile cornering and surprisingly nippy performance, the Ford Puma will put a bigger smile on your face than any other small SUV. But it’s a car you can buy with your sensible hat on, too, thanks to its low CO2 emissions, excellent real-world fuel economy, a clever boot and attractive monthly PCP costs.

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Trim: Titanium

The cheapest Titanium trim level doesn’t feel very ‘entry-level’ at all, with 17in alloy wheels, automatic lights and wipers, climate control and cruise control all coming as standard, plus the front seats have that basic massaging function.

Engine: 1.0 EcoBoost

On paper, the entry-level 124bhp mHEV engine has an official 0-62mph time of 9.8sec, and promises better acceleration than rivals such as the Nissan Juke and VW T-Roc 1.0 TSI. That shows in the real world, too; there’s plenty of pep, and while you need to rev it towards 3000rpm to make the most of its power, you’ll have no problem joining motorway sliproads or overtaking a tractor on a meandering B-road.

Key information

0-62 MPH9.8 seconds
Fuel TypePetrol
MPGOfficial overall fuel economy figure


Urban: 57.6Motorway: 72.4
Boot CapacityHow much space is there?



EmissionsOfficial emissions rating