Although we have seen the similar models under this name before, 2018 Ford Kuga is a completely new car, with redesigned parts and new details changed measures and different engine strength. However, there are many details which old Ford buyers will recognize, as the part of large Ford group. As we saw on first photos, it seems that this vehicle is prepared to be a perfect choice for the middle class of buyers, which are aimed to be as modern as possible, but with an average level of luxury and futuristic high tech equipment. However, many of things are similar to trucks in this class.
Many details on 2018 Ford Kuga are new and unseen on cars in this class, although at first glance Kuga is one of those massive trucks made for younger buyers. Redesigned front grille has wide chromatic grids, rounded with the trapezoidal chromatic line. Behind are two thin LED lights, with two trapezoidal air intakes below. The massive front end is fulfilled with plastic protection on the bottom. The rear end has more curved shape, with a wide spoiler on the top of the truck and rounded rear window. The car has also metallic roof and chromatic protection on the doors.
Looking the exterior of 2018 Ford Kuga it is expected to have big and comfort cabin inside, mostly because Kuga is larger and wider car than the last model. Even five adult and tall people will be able to comfortably travel and use rich entertainment technology inside of it. Some of the devices available there are HD radio, sound and audio system, Bluetooth connectivity, Wi-Fi connectivity and CD player. Together with that, there is needed equipment for every modern truck, like touchscreen with a navigation system, rearview camera, and satellite radio. All of these are available in three trim versions – Trend, Titanium, and Ambiance.
The engine in 2018 Ford Kuga is 1.6-liter V6 EcoBoost with 147 horsepower and 177 pound-feet of torque,currently used in 2019 Ford Fusion, 2019 Ford Escape SE. With little stronger version, 1.8-liter V6 EcoBoost one future buyers get 180 horsepower and 200 pound-feet of torque, while top speed on both is around 116 mph. The speed of 60 mph increases for 10 seconds. However, fuel economy is average 35 mph, although there are many tests driving to be done yet.
2018 Ford Kuga
According to all information we have, 2018 Ford Kuga will be on the streets at the end of the year. Buyers will be able to choose one of the trim versions for the starting price of $28,000.
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