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Sporty models based on a [[Ford Fiesta]] platform. The first was a pretty coupé on Fiesta Mk IV underpinnings in the late 1990s, built till 2001. The second Puma, released in 2019, was a sporting SUV on the Fiesta Mk VIII platform.
  
'''Ford Puma (SE161). 1997–2001 (prod. 130,000 approx.). 3-door coupé. F/F, 1388, 1596, 1679 cm³ (I4 DOHC).''' Extremely capable small coupé on [[Ford Fiesta Mk IV]] underpinnings, with attractive exterior using Ford’s ‘New Edge’ design. Excellent handling and straight-line speed; 1·7 Racing (155 PS) most potent of them all. Sharp steering, and traction control on most models. Promoted with commercials featuring the late Steve McQueen, edited in digitally. Bit restricted in space down the back, but expected in this type of car. Not directly replaced, but Ford introduced the [[Ford StreetKa|StreetKa]], based on the same platform, in 2003.
 
  
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''Manufacturing location:'' Köln, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
 
  
 
''Marque:'' [[Ford]]
 
''Marque:'' [[Ford]]
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Latest revision as of 11:34, 1 November 2019

Sporty models based on a Ford Fiesta platform. The first was a pretty coupé on Fiesta Mk IV underpinnings in the late 1990s, built till 2001. The second Puma, released in 2019, was a sporting SUV on the Fiesta Mk VIII platform.



Marque: Ford





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