Ford Kuga 2021 5MY Changes Effective From Feb 2021
The following are changes to the 2021 Ford Kuga trim level specs, effective from February 2021.
All Ford Kuga Trim-Levels
Steering wheel trim will change from leather to Premium Touch Sensico trim and interior door trim material is upgraded across the range.
Rear occupancy alert is added, a system that alerts the driver when leaving the vehicle and leaving passenger(s) in the rear.
Some small improvements in CO2 emissions mean some new/improved VED tax bands and there are also some reductions in retail prices:
- 1.5l EcoBoost 150PS Zetec, Titanium Edition & ST-Line Edition – reduction of £325
- 2.0l EcoBlue 150PS mHEV Titanium Edition & ST-Line Edition – reduction of £40
- 2.0l EcoBlue 190PS AWD Titanium Edition & ST-Line Edition – reduction of £325
Two options packs see a rise of £100, the revised retail process are as follows:
- Technology Pack: £550
- Driver's Assistance Pack: £1,100
Ford Kuga PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid) Models
A GEO -Awareness system is added – the system alerts the driver when
approaching/entering an emissions free zone so they can switch the
vehicle into full EV mode.
From April, new production of the Ford Kuga will not include the
7-pin Type 2 cable as standard, the 3-pin domestic plug Home Charge
cable will continue to be supplied as standard.
Ford Kuga Titanium Trim-Level
Seat trim will change from leather to Premium Touch Sensico
Ford Kuga Vignale Trim-Levels
Interior upholstery will change from full premium leather to premium leather & premium touch Sensico trim.