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JAN 13th 2020

Andrew English

Review: Ford Puma

When they first appeared no one really knew what a B-segment crossover actually was, far less who was going to buy one, or what they were going to do with it. If the original was Nissan's 2010 Juke, then wacky styling, along with compromised interior space and so-so dynamics were the pattern, but everyone else went their own way, from a supermini-on-stilts approach of Peugeot and Renault, to the slightly cheapskate approach of Ford with its EcoSport, an Indian Fiesta made to look like a tiny Jeep.

Thankfully the industry went away and did its homework for the second generation, the new Peugeot 3008 and Renault Captur have upped the game with attractive style and richly furnished cabins, new Juke is pretty good thing, too, and Ford has given us this, the all-new Ford Puma.


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