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Ford sells more cars than any other manufacturer in the UK, with the Fiesta the most popular model topping the best seller charts month after month. With something in the Ford range for every taste, check out some of the great savings available with these new Ford car deals.
The Ford Fiesta is Britain’s best-selling car, leading the way in a supermini segment packed with some worthy rivals, like the Seat Ibiza and Renault Clio. The Fiesta range has something for everyone from practicality and low running costs to sporty models. More recently Ford have also added the Active, Active B&O and Active X models that add a more rugged Crossover flavour to the range.
The all-new 2020 Ford Kuga SUV features a sleeker, less boxy design and a new plugin hybrid option. First deliveries of the new Kuga should reach customers early 2020 with Ford aiming its sights squarely at other popular rival family SUVs like the Nissan Qashqai and Kia Sportage.
Ford have updated its S-Max and Galaxy 7-seater MPV models available on the new 69 plate with order books open now and first customer deliveries expected in October 2019. exterior tweaks. Order books open now.
Ford is bringing back the Puma badge is the form of a compact SUV inspired Crossover which will bridge the gap between the small Ford EcoSport Crossover and the Kuga SUV. In actual fact it doesn’t look that much bigger than the EcoSport from the outside but does provide a sportier/funkier alterative and more interior space for passengers and storage.
Ford has announced a commitment to release 40 new electric powered models by 2022 in Europe of which 16 will be full electric with an estimated range of up to 300 miles on a full charge, the remainder will be a mix of mild hybrid, hybrid and plugin-hybrid vehicles. All new Ford vehicles release from 2019 onwards in Europe will feature electric technology of some kind in fact.
Ford has released details of the revised and improved 2019 Mondeo self-charging Hybrid with the Estate models getting the option of a Hybrid engine for the first time. With European emissions targets and the ever-increasing demand for hybrids (and to a lesser extent full electric vehicles) Ford are expecting a big swing in sales of Hybrids.
The new Ford Focus Active and Active X models are Ford’s 5 door variants of Britain’s best-selling family hatchback, combining all that’s’ loved about the Ford Focus Hatchback with Crossover/Compact SUV features. Also new are the Focus Active Estate models, again jacked up/SUV like versions of the traditional Focus Estate models.
Ford has confirmed there will be a refreshed version of the Ford Mondeo in 2019 which makes perfect sense given that other manufacturers have already or plan to refresh rival vehicles like the Mazda6, VW Passat and Vauxhall Insignia. Full details of the revised 2019 Mondeo have yet to be disclosed in full, but we are being drip-fed information from various sources of what to expect.
Order books are open for the all-new 2019 (2019.25MY) Ford Kuga range. The revised range features a new trim-level structure, with some models ‘renamed’ with new, improved levels of equipment.