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Ford Puma: why it’s our 2020 Car of the Year | What Car? | Sponsored

The small SUV class is one of the fastest growing and most hotly contested sectors in the UK car market right now, and any car that excels in this category is one to watch. That’s why our 2020 Car of the Year is the new Ford Puma.

A typically keen Ford chassis and a strong turbocharged mild-hybrid 1.0-litre Ecoboost mHEV engine make it more fun to drive than its rivals – both in-town, and on A roads – while the Puma almost matches its closest competition for refinement, performance and efficiency.

Inside the Ford Puma is incredibly practical, with a bigger boot than its rivals that also boasts clever features – such as a deep box in the floor – that make it more flexible. Add in an attractive interior and impressive tech on ST-Line X trim, a keen list price and attractive monthly PCP payments, and it’s clear. The Ford Puma is not only the king of the small SUVs – it’s also a worthy winner of our What Car? Car of the Year Award.

After hearing our verdict, Ford asked us to create this video explaining our decision.

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added on 15 Jan. 2020

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