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The surprising countries our cars come from

With local car manufacturing a thing of the past, it comes as no surprise that our new car stocks come from all over the world. We have Japanese, Thai, Korean, German, British, US and Chinese manufacturers clamouring for our hard-earned. But, not everything is as it seems when it comes to country of origin for vehicle manufacturers...

Ford joins the hunt for mythical ‘Otway Puma’

Sometimes cross-marketing opportunities are too good to pass up. In the lore of Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster, the state of Victoria has its own mythical creature that is rumoured to prowl the lush forests of the south-west. The Otway Puma...

2021 Ford Puma ST revealed for Europe

Ford’s fan-favourite, the Fiesta ST hot hatch, now has a high-riding sibling, with the unveiling of Europe’s 2021 Puma ST. Under the bonnet is the same 1.5-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine as the Fiesta ST, producing 147kW of power and 320Nm of torque (up from 290Nm in the hatch) from 2500-3500rpm...

2020 Ford Puma scores a five-star ANCAP safety rating

The 2020 Ford Puma will land in Australia this month with a five-star safety rating from the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) – a score applicable to every variant in the brand's new small SUV line-up. Ford Australia's latest arrival received scores of 94 per cent for adult occupant protection, 86 per cent for child occupant protection, 77 per cent for vulnerable road user protection and 74 per cent for safety assist...

Interview: Ford Australia boss Andrew Birkic

The new boss of Ford Australia, Andrew Birkic, has been in the top job for a little more than a month, but he has been with the Blue Oval brand for more than 26 years. We asked the former global brand manager for Ford Ranger about plans for a V6 Ford Ranger Raptor, the chances of the Ford Explorer, F-150 and Bronco nameplates ever returning to Australian showrooms – and if Ford will stay in V8 Supercars once Holden is gone...

2021 Ford Puma to launch with drive-away pricing, live video tours

As automotive brands look to take more and more business online, Ford Australia has announced it will launch the 2021 Ford Puma with a series of 'desk drive' walkaround video chats on Facebook Live. Due in showrooms from late September, the Puma SUV's debut will be accompanied by live online events with Ford and dealer staff offering interactive tours of the car's design and features...

2021 Ford Puma ST teased ahead of September 24 reveal

Ford has teased an ST-badged performance version of its Puma small SUV, ahead of its scheduled unveiling on September 24. A short video was posted by the Blue Oval’s European arm to its social media pages, showcasing the performance crossover’s array of sporty interior and exterior design changes...

2020 Ford Puma pricing and specs

Ford Australia has announced pricing for its 2020 Puma small SUV line-up, due here in the second half of the year. The European-sourced model will be available in three trims: the Puma, Puma ST-Line and flagship Puma ST-Line V. Pricing begins at $29,990 for the base model and tops out at $35,540 for the ST-Line V (all before on-road costs)...

2021 Ford Puma ST spied undisguised

The Ford Puma ST has been spied almost completely free of disguise during cold weather testing in Sweden. Unsurprisingly it doesn't look particularly different to the regular Puma fitted with the ST-Line package (see the car at the bottom of this article). There are some subtle differences, though, including a front lip spoiler, twin round exhaust tips rather a single outlet with a rectangular finisher, and black wing mirror caps...

2020 Ford Puma confirmed for Australia

Ford has confirmed its rival to the Nissan Juke, the Puma, is bound for Australia in the second half of 2020. Revealed in June 2019, the Fiesta-sized crossover is pitched as a premium offering. The only engine available was a 1.0-litre three-cylinder EcoBoost Hybrid with 92kW or 114kW at its European launch, however conventional petrol and diesel options will also be available...

2020 Ford Puma ST spied again

Photographers have snapped the upcoming Ford Puma ST during development testing in Europe, ahead of an anticipated launch sometime during second half of next year. Compared to previous sightings, this prototype appears to be showing a little more skin, namely with the front grille, bumper, intakes, headlights, tail-lights, rear bumper, and window line...

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