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This is an old car model that is no longer for sale by the local distributor since Oct 2018.
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(launched 2013)

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1.5 Titanium (A)
$136,888 (Aug 2018) spacer spacer
13.5km/L 180 bhp 6-speed (A) SelectShift
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1.5 Trend (A)
$113,888 (Feb 2016) spacer
13.5km/L 180 bhp 6-speed (A) SelectShift
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1.6 Trend (A)
$148,999 (Apr 2015) spacer
12.9km/L 180 bhp 6-speed (A)
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1.6 Titanium (A)
$160,999 (May 2015) spacer
12.9km/L 180 bhp 6-speed (A)
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Ford Kuga
4 stars - based on 7 reviews
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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4.0
 
7 Consumer Reviews

 
2nd Kuga I've own `
Loved this car so much I got another one. For the price, there are few cars on the market that can match the features and power. Looked at the Nissan, Mazda, Toyota, Peugeot before settling on the kuga again. With 179 bhp and a 1.5T eco-boost engine, it is a rather powerful car for it's size and the features like SYNC 3 with android auto and apple carplay with hands-free powered tailgate, it offers a very attractive package.
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This SUV is a really feature-packed and power-packed `
Went to test drive this vehicle after reading that it's Straits Times SUV of the year. And i was pleasantly surprised at how lively the vehicle is. It's a few thousands more pricey than most SUVs of its class (Tucson, Sportage, X-trail, Forester, etc.) but the rich list of features and the performance - as well as the savings from road tax - will help to mitigate it.
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1.6L Titanium purchased in end 2013. `
Car is heavy duty and comparable to other Conti cars in the market. Lots of technology in it which makes it a really fun car to drive.
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Bucking the Trend `
Was in the market for possibly another Ford as my existing (2.3) S-Max is coming to it's end of life. Sad to say farewell as it's been a really great ride ... Anyway only the base model (Trend) was available for a test drive. Titanium models (with all it's bells & whistles) are sold out (SE's are unable to provide a firm date of when new stocks might arrive). Anyway Trend is really basic, you get fabric seats (although there's the option for leather) & I think the SE mentioned they can throw in a reverse sensor but no reverse camera. This is also the newer 1.5 model as compared to 2014, where they brought in the 1.6 model. Both have been tuned to produce the same amount of power. Wonderful (on paper at least) ... & it's capable of being fully functional on RON 95. Features & aesthetically wise, obviously not as enchanting as the Titanium with the LED lights, rain sensing wipers etc but that's something I can live with (given the current high COE). Who needs the sunroof anyway when it's so hot most of the time? Additionally (for me), what's the use of having a headlight washer? I may not even know how to use it properly! The electric tailgate is a wonderful feature though especially if I have my hands full, pity that's only for the Titanium variant. Ride wise, felt good. Pickup was excellent (compared to my old 2.3), lots of low end torque available for easy overtaking manoeuvres. Steering was quite responsive. Only gripe I had, was that it took me awhile to get accquainted with the non electric seats.
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