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Why buy a used Ford Puma?

If you're in the market for a stylish compact crossover that provides a modern feel, then a Ford Puma is a great choice. It's enjoyable to drive and comes with loads of standard kit. It's also highly efficient and affordable to buy, run and own.

Latest used Ford Puma

Ford, Puma

2021 - Ford Puma

2021 - Ford Puma44

£16,095

  • 1L
  • 30.3K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Marshall Ford Kings Lynn

01553348062 *

Ford, Puma

2022 (22) - Ford Puma

2022 (22) - Ford Puma36

£17,743

  • 1L
  • 24.5K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Bristol Street Motors Ford Bromley

02031314068 *

Ford, Puma

2021 - Ford Puma

2021 - Ford Puma35

£14,299

Finance available £235 pm

*Representative example

  • 1L
  • 60.5K

    Miles
  • Not Supplied
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Gates of Harlow

01279905613 *

4.5/5 Stars

Ford, Puma

2023 (23) - Ford Puma

2023 (23) - Ford Puma25

Low Mileage

£22,995

  • 1L
  • 4.3K

    Miles
  • Hybrid - Petrol/Electric
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Delivered By Heycar

01273005146 *

4.5/5 Stars

Ford, Puma

2020 - Ford Puma

2020 - Ford Puma20

Low Mileage

£14,950

Finance available £311 pm

*Representative example

  • 1L
  • 28.0K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

McCabe Autos

02894080164 *

Ford, Puma

2020 - Ford Puma

2020 - Ford Puma12

Low Mileage

£15,498

  • 1L
  • 29.6K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Arnold Clark Click & Collect Heathrow

01418465493 *

Ford, Puma

2021 - Ford Puma

2021 - Ford Puma12

£16,998

  • 1L
  • 30.3K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Manual
  • Hatchback

Arnold Clark Vauxhall (Stirling)

01786241613 *

Ford, Puma

2022 - Ford Puma

2022 - Ford Puma12

Reduced

£21,298

  • 1L
  • 20.8K

    Miles
  • Petrol
  • Automatic
  • Hatchback

Arnold Clark Vauxhall (Glasgow)

01414139764 *

Ford Puma snapshot review

Pros

  • Practical cabin
  • Well equipped
  • Stylish design

Cons

  • Driving position not as high as others
  • Not as comfortable as some rivals
  • Limited leg room

Ford Puma by type

Automatic
Petrol
Petrol EV & Hybrid
5 Door
Manual

Used Ford Puma information

Engines and transmissions

Ford has several self-charging mild-hybrid powertrain offerings for maximum efficiency, all equipped with front-wheel drive. There's an option between a 6-speed manual and 7-speed automatic transmission.

Petrol
  • 125bhp 1.0-litre EcoBoost three-cylinder provides the most efficient ride, earning 52.3 mpg.
  • Optional uprated 155bhp 1.0-litre engine hits 62 mph in 8.7 seconds.
  • Sporty 200bhp ST version gets to 62 mph in 6.7 seconds and earns a rating of 42.8 mpg.

Practicality

he compact design of the Puma allows for urban navigation, but it can be slightly cramped in the cabin, though not nearly as much as it looks from the outside.

Interior space
  • Sporty models earn front bucket seats, which cut down on comfort.
  • Middle-rear seat is best reserved for a child due to low roof.
  • ISOFIX anchors are found in the outer two rear seats, but it can become cramped.
Boot space
  • 456-litre boot space is very decent and compares well to other models in this segment.
  • Space includes a 12-volt socket, luggage hooks and tie-downs.
  • Split-folding rear seats allow access to 1,216 litres of room.
  • Megabox design provides 80 litres of storage under the boot floor.

Safety

  • Euro NCAP rating is only four stars.
  • Child passenger occupancy rating reaches 84%.
  • Standard safety kit includes adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning.

Technology

  • SYNC infotainment system touchscreen has been improved and updated.
  • Available 12.3-inch digital gauge display keeps drivers informed.
  • FordPass phone app allows for better connectivity.

Ford Puma generations

The Ford Puma has been part of two different styles, with the newest showcasing a compact crossover design. This version went on sale in 2019, while the original sports coupé was available in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Both are completely different models, with the current generation prioritising practicality, efficiency and everyday usability.

First Generation (1998-2002)

The original Puma design started as the Lynx concept back in 1996 and went into production as a 1998 model year Puma. While the name was different, the shape and general appeal of both were the same. It was built on a stretched-out Fiesta wheelbase and had a variety of petrol engines.

Styling included swept-back headlights, similar to what would be seen in a cat's eyes, and it had a broad air intake in the lower bumper to cool down the engine. Sport bucket seats let drivers feel like they were driving down the track, but interior space was limited.

Second Generation (2019 to 2024)

While the name is old, the new crossover seeks to please a new market. With its mild-hybrid configuration, Ford hopes to work towards lowering the emissions outputs of its range. It was released with a variety of powertrain offerings, so there's some customisation available.

Inside the cabin, space is slightly limited, but it's not much different from other crossovers of this size. Ford sprinkled several high-tech features throughout the cabin to ensure that the ride never becomes mundane.

Second Generation (2019 to 2024)
Fuel type:
Petrol
Engine Size:
1 - 1.5
MPG:
62 - 67
Acceleration:
6.7 - 10.2 seconds
Boot space:
456 L capacity
NCAP Safety rating:
5 / 4 / 5 stars
  • Greenest

    1.0 EcoBoost Hybrid mHEV ST-Line 5dr

  • Cheapest

    1.0 EcoBoost Titanium 5dr

  • Fastest

    1.5 EcoBoost ST 5dr

Used Ford Puma information

Used Ford Puma FAQ's

What is a Ford Puma equivalent to?

The newer crossover offered by Ford is based on the Fiesta supermini. It's a similar design to the Toyota Yaris Cross, which uses Yaris underpinnings. Other models include the Nissan Juke, Seat Arona, Peugeot 2008 and Skoda Kamiq.

Is a Ford Puma bigger than a Focus?

The Ford Focus hatchback is nearly 20 cm longer than the Ford Puma, making it slightly bigger. It's also 8.5 cm lower than the Puma, losing 3.1 cm of ground clearance, but the Focus also has a bigger boot space.

Is Ford still making the Puma?

Yes, Ford began production of the Puma crossover in 2019. In the future, Ford plans to release an electric Puma model, possibly sometime in 2024, which should go head-to-head against the Peugeot e-2008 and the Mini Aceman (also soon to be released).

Is the Ford Puma a fast car?

The majority of the lineup isn't considered fast, with 0-62 mph times of around 9 seconds or higher. However, the ST has a 1.5-litre turbocharged engine to pump out 200-horsepower, giving it a 0-62 mph time of 6.7 seconds.

Is the Ford Puma a good family car?

Yes, the Puma has a spacious interior and lots of practicality that is useful for families, including a 456-litre boot and 60/40 split folding rear seats. It's also a very safe vehicle having achieved four out of five stars in the latest round of Euro NCAP testing.

Is the Ford Puma affordable?

The Puma offers affordability both in terms of buying and running costs. Fuel Economy is great, and servicing and repairs costs a low, too.

Is the Puma available as a four-wheel drive?

No, there are no four-wheel drive versions of the Puma.

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