The Ford Puma ST is a brand new vehicle available from the American automaker. The car itself has acclaimed Ford Performance dynamics that can add to it’s very compatible road-wise accessibility. The car is available in 19-inch alloys, Recaro seats and a mean green coat that gleams.
Not to mention the vehicle has Sports Technologies with limited-slip differential (LSD) option as well as patented force vectoring springs. The Ford MegaBox has about 80 liters of storage under the boot floor for everyday usage. Ford’s patented force vectoring springs which can improve the ST’s stability and agility. The Bespoke bump stops are also able to keep the vehicle under control during high suspension loads.
The vehicle itself is a force to be reckoned with. The Puma naming had been established by Ford earlier for a two-door coupe of infant quality. This Fiesta knockoff was a hatchback that had been sold between 1997 and 2001. It essentially has not much at all in common with the other vehicle than just the headlight design. Ford really does know how to keep it all in the family, as the Puma ST utilizes a turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-three engine producing about 197 horsepower. This is similar to the aforementioned 1.6 liter four-cylinder of the last Fiesta that feistily stuck around for that generation.
Furthermore, the Ford Puma maintains the same low-tech torsion-beam rear axle that it originally felt built to handle as a crossover. Even the suspension is made to give dynamic purpose.
In the Ford Puma, there is ample room for heads, and yet the frontal occupants happen to be closer together than ever before. This is truly a revolutionary addition, as there’s also a Sync 3 infotainment system. The quality of such is higher grade than the U.S.-market Fiesta of the yesteryear.