2020 Ford Kuga Priced In UK Starting At £23,995

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Ford has made the configurator live for the 2020 Ford Kuga in the UK, meaning you can now configure your perfect crossover. A live configurator also means that we know the pricing for the different trims and options. The standard 2020 Ford Kuga Zetec starts at £23,995.

Move up to the Titanium trim, and the 2020 Kuga will cost you at least £27,245 while the ST-Line will run the price to £29,345 for starters, and the ST-Line X will kick off at £30,645. At the top of the 2020 Kuga hierarchy is the Vignale edition that pushes the price to £31,945 for starters.

  • 2020 Kuga Zetec – £23,995
  • 2020 Kuga Titanium – £27,245
  • 2020 Kuga ST-Line – £29,345
  • 2020 Kuga ST-Line X – £30,645
  • 2020 Kuga Vignale – £31,945

Pricing on all models can go up significantly from those base prices with the addition of options. One cool option we’ve noted is a built-in retractable tow bar with an electrical release function that will add on £625 to haul your camper or trailer around. All the Kuga models share some of the same features and tech.

All have Ford Pass Connect embedded modem along with driver-assist features. Buyers will be able to get “First Edition” versions of the ST-Line and Titanium versions that include a Bang & Olufsen stereo and Driver’s Assistance Pack. There are multiple engine options, including a plug-in hybrid, a turbo gas engine, and a pair of diesels.

The base 1.5-liter turbo makes 148 horsepower. The diesel options include a 1.5-liter and 2.0-liter unit with the latter offering 187 horsepower or 148 horsepower in mild hybrid trim. A plug-in hybrid Titanium version is available stickering at £33,095 for starters. The 2020 Kuga recently earned a 5-star NCAP safety rating. Play with the Kuga configurator here.

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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