The US-based car manufacturer has actually carried out the new ‘One Ford’ method, which merely focusses on releasing the same product in various markets of the world – thus, saving truckloads of a loan while doing so. The Ford Kuga hatchback is one such product that is anticipated to strike in multiple markets of the world.
2021 Ford Kuga Interior
The dual-tone interiors on the Ford Kuga use a premium fit and finish and the dashboard looks appealing. The seats are extremely generous in terms of space and convenience. Seat cushioning is great while legroom and headroom are excellent too. Seats are covered with premium leather or material upholstery, depending upon the variants. Driver seat comes with electrically adjustable function and back assistance. The car uses a spacious cabin to accommodate 5 grownups easily in a 2 +3 seating layout. Steering style looks similar to that of the EcoSport. A/C does a great task of keeping the cabin cool, it also features rear A/C vents. The instrument cluster shows a range of details like service details, fuel performance, digital tachometer, outside temperature, fuel levels, typical speed, trip information, and so on. There is an impressive boot area which is expandable if you fold down the second row.
2021 Ford Kuga Features
Speaking about features, the new Kuga is expected to get dual-zone environment control, cruise control, push-button start, multi-functional steering wheel with the electrically adjustable guiding column, rear A/C vents, a rearview video camera, parking sensors, touchscreen infotainment, SYNC-3 infotainment, Apple CarPlay, Electric Tailgate are just to call the couple of.
As far as the front fascia is concerned, there is a strong radiator grille with chrome accents, with the company symbol lying at its center. Large air dams on the bumper have actually incorporated fog lights and turn indicators which contribute to the visibility of the driver. The distinct shoulder line runs along the sides and rear and the wheel arches add to the styling quotient. The ORVMs include integrated side indicator. The sloping roofline accentuates the overall impression of sporting beauty and powerful dynamics. When it pertains to the back, the Ford Kuga gets split wrap-around taillights, body-colored bumper with skid plates and twin exhaust ideas in chrome add a little muscle to the rear. Dimensionally Kuga sits between Ford EcoSports and Endeavour. This SUV determines 4416 mm in length, 2036 mm in width and has 1695 mm height with 2576 mm wheelbase.
The ride quality of Ford Kuga is outstanding for the most part, therefore, is the handling with tight body control and eagerness to dive into corners. Traveling on the highway is really simple since the engine offers alert efficiency and general the vehicle is really sprightly to drive. The steering likewise has fantastic feel and feedback and is extremely exact too. Acceleration was very excellent with linear power delivery. The leading speed of the diesel model is around 170-175 kmph while of petrol model is around 195-200 kmph. Ford Kuga features a robust suspension system where its front axle has been assembled with Independent McPherson Strut system and the rear axle is fitted with Torsion beam type of system. The suspension manages to take in most bumps extremely well. Braking duties are carried out well by the brakes which get the job done of shedding speed extremely well. The ground clearance is ample for our roads and it doesn’t scrape the underbelly even on the worst of speed-breakers. The SUV does stay perfectly planted at high speeds and even the tires have very excellent levels of grip.
Ford Kuga comes powered by a 2.0-liter TDCi engine and a 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine. The diesel unit has actually been tuned in two states: 140PS and 163PS and comes mated to the well-known PowerShift automated gearbox. The hatchback comes packed with features and tech gadgety, the most notable of which, is the hands-free tailgate. You can merely kick the rear bumper to open the boot of the car.
2021 Ford Kuga Engine
The 2.0-liter turbocharged diesel engine is expected to provide a mileage of 21 kmpl on highway and 16 kmpl in city driving conditions while the 2.7 liter EcoBoost engine is expected to deliver a mileage of 11 kmpl within the city limits and 17 kmpl on highway.
Its front wheels are anticipated to get disc brakes, while the rear ones are more than likely to be matched with drum brakes. Brakes will be assisted by ABS to use efficient stopping power. Anticipated list of other security features includes dual front airbags, seat belts with pre-tensioner and load limiters, ISOFIX, alarm with an immobilizer for preventing the vehicle from, and so on. If the Kuga lands on the Nepalese shores, it will match the likes of Mahindra XUV500 and will be slotted between the Ford EcoSport and the Endeavour SUV.