Ford’s launches its a new compact Puma SUV with a series of ‘Desk Drive’ virtual tours.
Ford in a few weeks launches a new-generation compact SUV with some high-tech features – the European sourced Ford Puma introduces a striking style that standing still appears somewhat agile likes its namesake. Three models, all 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbo matched to a seven-speed dual clutch automatic – drive-away introductory prices run from 31,990 for the base Puma to 35,540 for the top-shelf ST-Line V. Ford will launch the Puma with a virtual ‘desk drive’ program on Facebook live – also with on-line events and interactive tours of the car’s design and technical features. However, test drive a Puma at a dealership and Ford will also throw in a $500 bonus, increasing to $1,000 for existing Ford owners. The Puma is covered by a five-year/unlimited kilometre warranty and roadside assistance, buyers also offered a complimentary service loan car and satellite navigation map updates. The Ford Puma has already been highly praised in the U.K.
I’m David Berthon
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