Friday, May 24, 2024

New design for the Ford Kuga: Danes' favorite is ready with a reasonable starting price

An awful lot of them have been sold in Denmark. And now the Ford Kuga is ready in a refreshed version – still at an acceptable price.

The Ford Kuga is back in an updated version, with a fresh design, more powerful engine and more advanced technology. Prices start from DKK 339,990, which makes the new model attractive to many Danish buyers.

The popular plug-in hybrid has undergone a number of improvements, both on the inside and the outside. In terms of design, the car has been given a more distinctive look, and customers can now choose between the new colors 'Desert Island Blue' and 'Bursting Green', which complement the existing shades.

In addition, you can now choose between four new alloy wheel designs that give the car an extra oomph.

Inside, the most significant change is a larger 13.2-inch touchscreen that hosts Ford's latest SYNC 4 infotainment system. The system is compatible with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and provides wireless connection via 5G. With this technology, it's easier than ever to stay updated and connected while on the go.

READ ALSO: Polestar tests model with extremely fast charging times

The Ford Kuga Plug-In Hybrid has also received a strong ceiling under the bonnet. The new model now has an upgraded automatic transmission and produces a whopping 243 horsepower, making it faster from 0 to 100 km/h with a time of 7.3 seconds, almost two seconds faster than the previous version.

The car has also received a significant improvement in its towing capacity. Previously, the Ford Kuga could tow up to 1,500 kg, but the upgraded version can now handle a whopping 2,100 kg, which means that you can easily take a large caravan or horse trailer with you on a trip.

New design for the Ford Kuga: Danes' favorite is ready with a reasonable starting price
Credit: Ford

Prices for the various variants start at DKK 339,990 for the Titanium model, while the ST-Line X and Active X start at DKK 369,990. With these new features and prices, the upgraded Ford Kuga Plug-In Hybrid can appeal to a wide range of customers , who are looking for a versatile and powerful SUV.

Read more about the Ford Kuga in Denmark here!

New design for the Ford Kuga: Danes' favorite is ready with a reasonable starting price
Credit: Ford
New design for the Ford Kuga: Danes' favorite is ready with a reasonable starting price
Credit: Ford

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