What used Ford Puma hatchback will I get for my budget?
You’ll need around £16,000 to get behind the steering wheel of a Puma, this for a 2019 Titanium-spec car with an average mileage and bought from a franchised dealer. Spend upwards of £18,000 for a 2020 Titanium car. Expect to pay between £19,000 and £20,000 on a 2019 or 2020 car in one of the higher ST-Line trims.
How much does it cost to run a Ford Puma hatchback?
According to the latest WLTP tests, the 1.0 Hybrid mHEV 125 and 155 both return the same average fuel consumption figure of 50.4mpg. The 1.0 Ecoboost non-hybrid returns 46.3mpg. The ST returns an average 41.5mpg.
Car tax (VED)
All Ford Pumas will have been registered after the tax changes of April 2017 came into force, and therefore the annual car tax is charged at the flat rate, currently £150 a year.
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Servicing and Insurance
Ford offers competitive servicing prices and various servicing plans, which can be paid for by monthly direct debit. There’s also cheaper Ford Motorcraft servicing for examples that are outside of the manufacturer's warranty period; it costs £159.
Insurance groups range from 14 to 19, depending on trim. Euro NCAP awarded the standard Puma five stars (out of five) for safety, although a closer look at the scores reveals that the T-Roc is fractionally better at protecting child and adult occupants in a crash. Meanwhile, to keep would-be thieves at bay, the ST comes with a Thatcham category one alarm and immobiliser.
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