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2021 Ford Puma ST revealed for Europe
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24th Sep 2020
3 min read

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.
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Alex Misoyannis
Brand new small SUVs coming in 2020
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24th Feb 2020
5 min read

Brand new small SUVs coming in 2020

Small SUVs. You might love the idea of a higher-riding hatchback, or you might think they’re a convenient way for car brands to sell ostensibly compact cars at a markup. Either way, ongoing demand means the market for this type of vehicle remains abuzz with new offerings. Australia is no exception. The market share of Small SUVs was 13.1 per cent in 2019, while in January this year the newly separated Light and Small SUV segments commanded 15.9 per cent combined share.
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Mike Costello
Car News Daily podcast: Your daily download
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31st Oct 2019
1 min read

Car News Daily podcast: Your daily download

Plenty has happened in the world of car news over the last 24 hours. If you haven't had time to read all the news on CarAdvice.com, catch up on your way home with Car News Daily, as Mandy Turner reads each news story word-for-word. Today's download: LISTEN: Car News Daily podcastLISTEN: Automotive Industry Insights podcastLISTEN: Reverse Gear podcastMORE: All CarAdvice podcasts
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Mandy Turner
2020 Ford Puma revealed, not for Oz
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26th Jun 2019
3 min read

2020 Ford Puma revealed, not for Oz

The all-new Ford Puma crossover has been revealed on the company’s UK website, ahead of the model's European sales launch later this year. UPDATE, 26/6/19: The original version of this article stated the Puma would be available with petrol only and petrol-electric hybrid powertrains according to the UK website, this is not the case. According to Ford UK’s consumer site, the only powertrains mentioned are hybrid ones.
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James Wong
Ford's new design director based in Melbourne
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13th Aug 2010
1 min read

Ford's new design director based in Melbourne

Ford’s new director of design for Asia Pacific and Africa will pen the Fords of the future from Australia. Christopher Svensson was appointed to the role in June and is currently responsible for designing new vehicles developed in Africa, Asia and Australasia. Reporting to Ford of Europe executive design director, Martin Smith, Mr Svensson is based at Ford’s Asia Pacific and Africa Product Development Centre in Melbourne.
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