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I got my 1st motability car(Ford Puma) last week.
The AP was £495 + £150 for the premium red paint because it was a stock car.
Pre Q4 the AP would have been ONLY £200 so a price hike of nearly £300.
The paperwork at the dealership took less than one hour to complete then the keys were handed to me and off i went.
It did come as a surprise to me to notice that there were already 88 miles on the clock as i drove away from the dealership but reading through other posts here that doesn’t seem to be too unusual.
6 days on i am for the most part pleased with my Ford Puma Titanium.
My only real issue being that i am struggling to get to grips with much of the onboard techy stuff. So many menu’s then sub menu’s that lead into further menu’s etc. As things stand i am currently driving my car in sport mode with a heavy metal radio station playing continually from the radio when ideally i’d much prefer to be driving it in “slowly but surely” mode and listening to Heart FM. I am too scared to venture into the menu system again to try and alter settings – the manual may as well be written in Chinese because i can make head nor tail out of most of it sadly.
No spare wheel and no punture repair kit either is another minor gripe. According to the manual a punture repair kit should either be in the boot – no its not. Or under the front passenger seat – again, no its not. Eventually i called the dealership and they told me “have you looked under the drivers seat? i replied ‘no’ because the manual told me to look in the boot or under the front passenger seat. To be fair as i’m typing this post i still haven’t looked under the drivers seat but i’m heading out to the supermarket later so i’ll take a peek then.
Using my smart phone i’ve snapped a few pics of my new motability Ford Puma Titanium however figuring out how to upload said pics to this forum is sadly waaaaay too complex for me to work out how to do.
Twoquick final points:
1) My Ford Puma Titanium is supposedly the base model from the Puma range. Black plastic wheel arches, non sporty steering wheel, black plastic non colour coordinated bumbers etc. Nope! i have colour coordinated wheel arches & bumpers plus the sporty flat bottomed steering wheel.
2) When i went to collect my car from the dealership last Friday the salesman somehow got the car to respond to a question. I have been talking to the car ever since in the forlorn hope that it will reply to me also — sadly the car hasn’t spoken a word to me yet.