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New Ford Puma vs used Audi Q2: verdict

These two small SUVs are class leaders with similar price tags, but is it a new Ford Puma or used Audi Q2 that best justifies the money?...

New Ford Puma vs used Audi Q2

Our verdict

If your heart remains torn, don't fret, because both of these two are five-star cars, meaning you can't really go wrong.

On the one hand, a used Audi Q2 pampers you from the minute you step into its plush interior and begin using its intuitive infotainment system. It's noticeably the more premium product, despite being the cheaper to buy. 

But get the pair out on the road and it's the new Puma that shines the brightest. It's better to drive, not to mention quicker and more economical. What's more, its larger boot makes it an easier car to live with.

So, it's a close call, but for our money, it's the new Puma that (just) makes the most sense. 

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1st – Ford Puma

Ford Puma front cornering

For Quicker; more economical; fun to drive; larger boot; warranty 
Against Less rear passenger space; visibility isn't outstanding; questionable reliability

What Car? rating 5 stars out of 5

Used Audi Q2 front cornering

For Classier interior; better infotainment; more rear passenger space; cheaper to buy
Against Less economical; slower; smaller boot

What Car? rating 5 stars out of 5

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Specifications: Ford Puma 1.0 Ecoboost Hybrid 155 ST-Line 

Engine 3cyl, 999cc, turbo, petrol
Peak power 153bhp at 6000rpm
Peak torque 177lb ft at 2500rpm
Gearbox 6spd manual
0-60mph 8.4sec
Top speed 124mph
Test fuel economy 44.7mpg 
Official fuel economy 50.4mpg (WLTP average)
CO2 emissions 126g/km

Specifications: Audi Q2 35 TFSI S line 

Engine 4cyl, 1498cc, turbo, petrol
Peak power 148bhp at 5000rpm
Peak torque 184lb ft at 1500rpm
Gearbox 6spd manual
0-60mph 8.9sec
Top speed 131mph
Test fuel economy 39.2mpg 
Official fuel economy 43.5mpg (WLTP average)
CO2 emissions: 147g/km

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