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May 30, 2017 at 4:27 pm #28657pauly1960Participant
Hi could anyone let me know the biggest engine size you can get from the Kuga range.
May 30, 2017 at 7:57 pm #28661COOGY
Hi, I have copied the list of Kugas available on the scheme. I wanted the 2.o Tdci in the ST Line but it was removed from the scheme.
Biggest engine – 2.0TDCi 150PS or 1.5T EcoBoost 182PS (Petrol)
1.5T EcoBoost 120PS FWD (S/S) 722555 Petrol Manual £395
1.5T EcoBoost 150PS FWD (S/S) 722554 Petrol Manual £445
1.5T EcoBoost 182PS AWD 722553 Petrol Automatic £745
1.5TDCi 120PS FWD 722552 Diesel Manual £545
1.5TDCi 120PS FWD 720521 Diesel Automatic £1,095
2.0TDCi 150PS AWD 722551 Diesel Manual £845
2.0TDCi 150PS AWD 722549 Diesel Automatic £1,995
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1.5T EcoBoost 120PS FWD (S/S) 722548 Petrol Manual £395
1.5T EcoBoost 150PS FWD (S/S) 722547 Petrol Manual £445
1.5T EcoBoost 182PS AWD 722546 Petrol Automatic £745
1.5TDCi 120PS FWD 722545 Diesel Manual £545
1.5TDCi 120PS FWD 720520 Diesel Automatic £1,195
2.0TDCi 150PS AWD 722544 Diesel Manual £845
2.0TDCi 150PS AWD 722543 Diesel Automatic £2,095 T/A £1,051
1.5T EcoBoost 150PS FWD (S/S) 722542 Petrol Manual £745
1.5T EcoBoost 182PS AWD 722541 Petrol Automatic £1,045
1.5TDCi 120PS FWD 722540 Diesel Manual £845
1.5TDCi 120PS FWD 720514 Diesel Automatic £1,195
2.0TDCi 150PS FWD 722539 Diesel Manual £895
1.5T EcoBoost 150PS FWD (S/S) 720503 Petrol Manual £1,145
1.5TDCi 120PS FWD 720522 Diesel Manual £1,195 T/A £151
1.5T EcoBoost 150PS FWD (S/S) 722529 Petrol Manual £1,045
1.5TDCi 120PS FWD 722527 Diesel Manual £1,095
1.5TDCi 120PS FWD 720508 Diesel Automatic £1,445May 31, 2017 at 9:55 am #28664pauly1960Participant
Thank you Coogy for all that great information, I too was looking to get the ST line 2.0 with 182bhp, but not due to look around until Oct so keep my fingers crossed.May 31, 2017 at 10:21 am #28665Mal.
Unfortunately the ST model is only available in a 1.5. you can go for ecoboost wich takes it from 120bhp to 150bhp but the ecoboost is only available in manual not Auto. Can’t see the Kuga 2.0ST being put back anytime soon unfortunately.May 31, 2017 at 2:35 pm #28667Mal.
Well unless Labour win then there will be more disappointments ahead. Lots of them.June 1, 2017 at 11:44 am #28671Richard Hewett
Yes I’m sure that if the tories win the scheme will be shut down in the next two years.June 1, 2017 at 4:10 pm #28672Mal.
Don’t know about shut down but it will severely be reduced even though it’s struggling now to provide a lot of people with a vehicle that is suitable. As they surpass the CAP. and also we are all starting to notice the AP gradually increasing, as a lot of equipment which was standard previously is now at a added price?June 2, 2017 at 2:14 pm #28676AlanA
I don’t like the artificial cap put on cars, but regardless of who gets in, this will continue.
you could always complain to your MP
but the fact that the sportier models are not available is a question to answer, why should the taxpayer pay for high performance models?
The lust above is quite sufficient to be honest.
however I looked at the kuga and was disappointed in the rear seat room, not large whatsoever.
youbwould be better off with an SMax or `GalaxyJune 5, 2017 at 7:32 pm #28687Mal.
Hi could anybody tell me how the 1.5 diesel engine copes on motorways? And is there a difference between the manual and automatic regarding motorway journeys.
Mal.June 7, 2017 at 2:05 pm #28704Ish
I’ve been out in the 1.5 diesel auto ST Line today. Tried it at up to 70mph on dual carriageway and can tell you you’d have no issue at motorway speeds. Very impressed with how quiet it at low and high speed is but accelerating from 30 to 60/70 is a bit disappointing. I guess it depends what you’re used to and how you’d drive the car.
It soaked up the bumps nicely and there was very little body roll. The steering was very light.
Interior was too plasticy for our liking but the exterior looked pretty nice. There’s no height adjustment on the seats. Boot takes a wheelchair laying down with the handles folded.
Anything else just let me know.June 7, 2017 at 2:18 pm #28705Mal.
Thanks ish much appreciated. I did have a test drive but unable to get on a motorway/Dual carriageway to see. but I trust your comments and judgment ish so thanks again.