Ford Kuga review

8 Jan, 2013 9:52am

Watch our video review of the bigger, more practical, new Ford Kuga as it arrives in UK showrooms

The previous generation Ford Kuga was heavily praised for the way it drove. It felt a lot like a Focus, with direct, responsive steering and a well planted chassis.

However, it was always regarded as slightly impractical due to its cramped rear and compromised boot space. However, the all-new Kuga aims to rectify this, with more rear legroom and a bigger load area.

But is it as good to drive? It is available with two petrol and two diesel engines, and the choice of two and four-wheel drive. The high-powered diesel is the pick of the range, managing more than 45mpg from its all-wheel-drive drivetrain.

Check out our review direct from the launch, for our verdict on the brand-new Ford Kuga SUV.