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Exterior dimensions. The Kuga is both longer and taller than its rivals, the VW Tiguan, Peugeot 3008 and Kia Sportage, meaning it’s roomier inside for people and stuff. It is marginally narrower than the VW and the Kia by 13 and 12mm respectively – Peugeot doesn’t supply width information including the car’s wing mirrors.
The width measurement of 1838 millimeters corresponds to the width of the Ford Kuga 2017 without exterior mirrors and the value of 2086 millimeters with mirrors unfolded. Because of its size, features, ground clearance of 20 cm and length of 4524 mm, we classify the Ford Kuga in the category of mid-size SUV .
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The Ford Kuga has also been available in Argentina since 2010; in Japan, South Africa and New Zealand since 2011; and in Australia since March 2012.  A facelift was released in the end of 2010, after being revealed in July 2010.
Ford Kuga dimensions: exterior A length of around 4.5 metres is fairly standard for a family crossover, although the way that the Ford Kuga uses that space is slightly unusual. The space between the front and rear wheels - known as the wheelbase - is longer than normal, creating more space for passengers inside the car.
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The basic equipment list includes equipment that is standard across all versions of the Ford Kuga.
1686 2200 4050 1850 750 75 # Represents the lightest kerb weight assuming driver at 75 kg, full fluid levels and 90% fuel levels, subject to manufacturing tolerances and options, etc., fitted.
2018 Ford Kuga Price. The price is very likely going to be similar to the outgoing model. While the European version is a couple of years away, the US model will actually come later down the road.
However, the Kuga is not the car it used to be. The first generation was the best to drive cheap crossover on the market. This is no longer the case with the new car. In fact the ongoing 2018 Ford Kuga feels a bit too heavy and too disconnected from the road in order to be a driver’s car. Ford released an update with the 2017 version but things haven’t been vastly improved.