Functional Ford Kuga arrives at Jennings

Posted on 24 Sep 2008

It’s the moment all motorists have been waiting for – the arrival of the all-new Ford Kuga at Jennings.

Ford’s first entry into the growing crossover segment, the all-new Ford Kuga, is currently on display and available to test drive at JeninngsFord’s Yarm Road dealership in Stockton, Cargo Fleet Lane dealership in Middlesbrough, Riverside Road dealership in Sunderland and Eslington Park branch in Gateshead.

Based on Ford’s acclaimed C-car architecture, which is well proven in both the Ford Focus and the Ford C-MAX, the Kuga’s distinctive design, intelligent AWD system and impressive on and off road ability make the Kuga an attractive proposition.

Available in two specifications, including Zetec and Titanium, standard features include; keyless start, 17” alloy wheels, air conditioning, Electric Stability Programme, ABS with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, Ford Easy fuel, Thatcham category 1 alarm and MP3 connector.

The Titanium model adds rain sensing wipers, blue tinted glass, partial leather trim, cruise control automatic headlights and dual electronic air temperature control. Additional premium options available include rear-facing camera, panoramic roof, USB connectivity and DAB radio.

The all-new Kuga is available in a choice of nine body colours, including two brand new metallic colours – ‘Chill’ and ‘Electric White.’

Offering comfortable and spacious seating for up to five adults, the second row of seating has a 60/40 split and can fold completely flat to maximise the load space. Under seat storage beneath the second row with further storage under the floor of the luggage compartment area offers maximum practicality.

Steven Falck, sales manager at JenningsFord in Stockton, said;

“The all-new Kuga combines the driving dynamics of the best-selling family hatch with the high driving position, sure-footed traction and muscular looks of a 4x4.”

“The interior is stylish and its bold detailing and striking exterior ensures that it stands out from the rest of the crossover crowd.”

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