The Puma is Ford’s second model in the popular small SUV segment, but it’s a more sporty model than the EcoSport, and has been designed with the European car buyer in mind. It’s based on the seventh generation Fiesta platform and is powered by a mild hybrid 1.0-liter EcoBoost 3-cylinder turbo engine with a belt-driven integrated starter, which uses energy from the braking system to charge the 48-volt lithium-ion battery pack in order to increase torque and lower emissions. It’s available in two power versions, the base version has 125hp (97kW) and 210Nm of torque, while the optional version has 155hp (114kW) and 240Nm of torque. In both cases the integrated starter system boosts an additional 50Nm.

See how Ford Puma sales compare to the other models in the small SUV segment.

January 6.036 10.384
February 7.464 11.138
March 5.213
April 1.820
May 5.523
June 10.099
July 13.121
August 11.241
September 12 17.870
October 5 14.426
November 21 12.320
December 299 13.047

2020 118.180
2019 337


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