In addition to the 1.5 diesel engine of 120 HP, the luxurious Puma ST-Line Vignale variant is also on the way
the ecoblue 1.5 diesel
The new 1.5 liter and 120 hp EcoBlue diesel engine makes the car even more versatile and suitable for long-distance needs: practical and efficient, with a clean and modern design, and great interior space. The model with six-speed manual transmission has CO2 emissions declared by the house of 99 g / km with consumption of 3.8 l / 100 km calculated in the Nedc cycle, and 118 g / km with consumption of 4.5 l / 100 km in the Wltp cycle.
7-speed automatic transmission
The new seven-speed automatic transmission combined with the 125 hp EcoBoost 1.0 engine contributes to improving the efficiency and driving dynamics of the model, with fuel consumption declared by the house of 4.9 liters / 100 km and emissions of 110 g / km of Co2 in the Nedc cycle, and 6 liters / 100 km with emissions of 137 g / km in the Wltp cycle.
mild hybrid technology
The new Ford Puma was immediately able to count on Ford’s 48-volt Mild Hybrid technology – with the electric motor supporting the traditional engine – optimized to improve fuel efficiency: it recovers energy in the deceleration phase, at all times. inside a 48-volt lithium-ion battery and re-uses it for starting, accelerating the engine and supporting electrical components. Without having to connect the battery to a power source. The Puma EcoBoost hybrid engines are available in two power steps combined with a six-speed manual gearbox: the 125 hp EcoBoost Hybrid 1.0 with fuel consumption and emissions declared by the house of 4.3 l / 100 km and calculated 97 g / km in the Nedc cycle and 5.5 l / 100 km and 126 g / km in the Wltp cycle; and the 155 HP EcoBoost Hybrid 1.0 with fuel consumption and emissions of 4.4 l / 100 km and 99 g / km in the Nedc cycle and 5.5 l / 100 km and 126 g / km in the Wltp cycle.
the most efficient petrol
The mild hybrids are flanked by the 95 and 125 hp EcoBoost 1.0 engines with six-speed manual transmission, with emissions and consumption of 102 g / km and 4.5 l / 100 km respectively in the Nedc cycle and 103 g / km and 4, 5 l / 100 km (from 5.7 l / 100 km and 129 g / km, and 131 g / km and 5.7 l / 100 km in the Wltp cycle).
the elegance of the st line-vignale
Based on the sporty Puma ST-Line variant, the new Puma ST-Line Vignale adds more exclusive style and features to the model, such as the upper grille and a satin aluminum frame, a body-colored rear lower bumper and a large rear spoiler. . Standard specifications include Led headlights, Windsor leather seats, Manacor leather steering wheel, B&O premium sound system and Ford KeyFree system. The other Puma outfits including Trend, Titanium, Titanium X and ST-Line X have innovative technologies as standard, such as the new “intelligent” system Local Hazard Information able to warn of the dangers arriving on the road, helping for example to avoid collisions, enabled by the FordPass Connect modem, and the Ford MegaBox storage solution as a deep integration of the boot, capable of housing unstable objects up to a height of about 115 cm in vertical position. The house of the Blue Oval has also announced the arrival in the range by the end of the year of a new model of Ford Performance Puma ST, which will become the sportiest variant of the US crossover.
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