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Long-term review

Ford Puma ST-line Ecoboost Hybrid – long-term review

£22,690 OTR / £24,690 as tested / £283pcm
Published: 06 Nov 2020


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What are the best options on the new Ford Puma?

We welcomed the Puma to the Top Gear Garage last month; so it’s time to interrogate the extras and see if they’re worth spending out on.

There aren’t that many items on the list, but they add £2,000 so it’s worth discussing their value.

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Top of the pricelist is the £950 panorama roof (openable), then premium, erm, grey body colour at £500. The remainder of the £2k is made up of two cheaper items: the Comfort Pack (heated seats and steering wheel) at £300, and rear privacy glass at £250. I’m a sucker for heated seats and the Puma's are extremely powerful, so the Comfort Pack gets a big tick from me, but I remain to be convinced I’d want to spend the other cash. I suspect I’d probably have left those boxes unticked.

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