About Ford Kuga

    When Ford demonstrated its Ford Kuga as a new highly competitive compact crossover SUV at 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show, the car became a real hit of the European showrooms. The first Kuga turned on its lights at Ford's plant located in Saarlouis, Germany, in the first half of 2008. Being engineered to provide dependable on-road and off-road performance, the Ford Kuga is produced as a 5-door SUV with intelligent all-wheel drive system, though the front-wheel drive Kuga is also offered. The vehicle is based on the C1 platform that is identical to the Ford Focus and Ford C-MAX. The exterior and interior parts of the Kuga demonstrate cutting-edge style blended with the state-of-the-art technologies, ensuring comfort and safe driving. With the strong commitment to safety, Kuga showed excellent results at Euro NCAP tests and was awarded 5 stars for passenger protection and 3 out of 4 stars for pedestrian safety.

    In spite of the ongoing competition within the automotive market, the Ford Kuga found its place and fully satisfied the expectations of loyal Ford customers owing to the sleek accessories, great handling, and top quality of the Ford Kuga parts. All three engine variants of the Ford Kuga deliver impressive performance and considerable fuel economy, the range includes 2.0-liter (136 PS) Duratorq 134 hp engine, 2.0-liter (163 PS) Duratorq 160 hp engine, and 2.5-liter (200 PS) Duratec turbo I5 197 hp one. The Ford Kuga is equipped with a 5-speed automatic transmission, though a 6-speed manual transmission is available as well. In production of the Ford Kuga, environmental protection is of a great concern. The Ford Kuga brings lower levels of CO2 emissions: the available engine variants achieve CO2 output from 156g/km up to 244g/km depending on the unit installed. With considerable engine capacity, the Kuga comes with certain interior advantageous. Seating is spacious enough for 5 adults. Second row seats can be folded completely flat to enlarge trunk volume. Premium center console with sliding armrest and additional 12V power socket is included.

    The Ford Kuga is produced in two distinct series: Zetec and Titanium. Both series are designed with maximum attention to every detail and to the quality of the Ford Kuga parts. Along with quick clear heated windscreen and air conditioning, the all wheel drive Kuga Zetec features keyless start and intelligent protection systems, ABS with electronic brake-force distribution, and electro-hydraulic power assisted steering that results in effortless driving. Based on the Zetec, Kuga Titanium is also equipped with such Ford parts as dual electronic automatic temperature control, Sony single CD DAB audio system, and cruise control. Rain-sensing windshield wipers and automatic headlights are also included into the list of standard Ford Kuga accessories. Luxury interior of Ford Kuga Titanium is available in partial leather trim.

    When the Ford Kuga entered the market, the initial goal of Ford to raise the bar in the crossover segment was put into practice. With all the technical features of the Ford Kuga, the first eye-catching item is its stunning exterior based on kinetic design of Iosis X Concept. Being a sophisticated stylish SUV, Ford Kuga is all about universal usability. Its friendly interior welcomes the driver to enjoy comfortable driving regardless of season and road condition. With straight-out approach to safety, competitive pricing and strong commitment to quality, Ford Kuga provides full confidence in everyday driving.

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    2012 Kuga Is Ford's New Global SUV
    2012 Kuga Is Ford's New Global SUV

    It's official. The European Ford Kuga is set to replace the Escape crossover in 2012. This move comes in line with Ford's global strategy, which supposes the use of a single platform across all markets worldwide. While the new Ford Escape is going to be a U.S.-spec version of the 2012 Kuga, it is unclear as to whether or not both vehicles will come under the Kuga nameplate.

    The 2012 Kuga will be based on the Ford Vertrek concept, introduced at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show earlier this year.“Vertrek concept is a no-compromise solution we feel utility vehicle customers will embrace around the world,” emphasized Derrick Kuzak, Ford Group vice president of Global Product Development. “It is a revolution compared to what is typically seen in this segment in North America and is a stylish evolution compared with products outside North America. This new design is sleeker and more fuel efficient and delivers the capability, including people and cargo volume, customers demand globally.”

    The Kuga will share platform with the new Ford C-MAX and Focus. The range of engine offerings will include a 1.6-liter Ecoboost four-cylinder petrol engine and a TDCi diesel unit. The new Ford Kuga/Escape is claimed to deliver considerable fuel economy due to Ford's Auto Start-Stop technology, which turns off the engine when a car is stopped at a traffic light and switches it back on when the driver’s foot leaves the brake pedal. The production-ready 2012 Ford Kuga will be unveiled at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show that will open its doors in the first half of January, 2012.