2016 Ford Kuga Review - Ford Cars Review
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2016 Ford Kuga Review, New exterior 2016 Ford Kuga features for 2016 include integrated-LED headlights, integrated-LED taillights, a chrome roof rack, redesigned wheels, and an extended exterior colour palette. One new feature stands out from the rest: twin chrome exhausts are subtly integrated into the Kuga’s rear design. The twin chrome exhausts are simply needed on such an aggressive looking vehicle. The Kuga is not all about styling, it is also practical, as evidenced by its keyless access and the ability to open and close the tailgate by waiving a foot under the bumper.
2016 Ford Kuga Interior
The 2016 Ford Kuga interior is certainly a topic of discussion in the automotive world. Ford decided not to offer a third-row seat for the 2016 Kuga, which provides extra room for any cargo stored in the boot of the vehicle. As with previous models, the rear seat folds flat for even more cargo space. The rear seat legroom, as with previous iterations of the Kuga, is excellent and will accommodate large passengers. The trim levels of Zetec, Titanium and Titanium X have been carried over to the 2016 Kuga. A mid-level Titanium trim Kuga is loaded with equipment from audible text messaging to a visual all-wheel drive monitor to an adaptive cruise control.
A vital piece of equipment is the Ford SYNC multimedia suite, which integrates voice-activated apps so the driver can remain focused on the road ahead. A glimpse at optional equipment includes the Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Alert, which alerts the driver when they are too close to the rear of a car while in cruise control. Likewise, a tire pressure monitor rounds out the optional equipment.
2016 Ford Kuga Engine
Ford is offering two engines for the 2016 Ford Kuga: the 1.5l EcoBoost petrol engine, and the 2.0l Duratorq diesel power plant. The 1.5l EcoBoost is smaller than the 1.6l EcoBoost offered by Ford in the past, but this is of no matter because power has been increased from 180PS to 182PS in the all-wheel drive automatic version, while the entry-level front-wheel drive model receives a 1.5l EcoBoost producing 150PS. The 2.0l Duratorq is offered in 150PS and 180PS trims, with the 150PS plant being offered on the front-wheel drive manual model. The 180PS Duratorq is offered on the all-wheel drive model with the choice of a six-speed manual or an automatic.
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