The first generation of the Ford Puma SUV landed in 2019 and turns out its a decent car. Only one generation of this series has been produced so far and its ratings are already in the good to very good range. The car is rated by Ford drivers with an average of four stars out of a maximum of five which is very strong in comparison to other cars in its class.
There are enough comfortable seats for five people in this five-door hatchback. The Ford Puma is offered in three variants, the availability of which varies depending on the engine.
According to rewviews, the 1.0 EcoBoost (125 PS) was the most convincing of the possible engines. According to the manufacturer, this drive consumes only four litres of fuel per 100 kilometers, which is probably an important reason for its comparatively good rating. The engine with the highest horsepower in this series is the 1.0 EcoBoost (155 hp): its horsepower output corresponds to a typical value for an SUV. CO2 emissions have a direct impact on the environment and your wallet, because this is how the amount of the vehicle tax is measured (based on the classification in a pollutant class). In this case, depending on the engine variant, they vary from 99g to 103g per 100 kilometers.
If you are looking for the towing capacity for a Ford Puma car then we're here to help. The towing capacity is a term used to describe the maximum weight of a trailer a Ford Puma car can tow. There may be certain models of Ford Puma car that cannot be used to tow a trailer. These will be highlighted with 'N KG' in the below list of Ford Puma towing weights.
For those models of Ford Puma car where towing is allowed, we have detailed the Ford Puma towing capacity for a braked trailer (this is when the trailer being towed has its own breaking system). To ensure you are both safe and legal it is really important that you check the Ford Puma towing weight limit for the van.
The Ford Puma is a bit of n animal, if you are looking for a new pickup truck with a high towing capacity then you should definitley consider the Ford Puma. Depending on the model, the trim and the optional extras you choose, the Ford Puma towing capacity varies between 6000lbs and 13,200 pounds. When selecting your tow car you need to consider the maximum weight you will be pulling. Regardless of the vehicle, towing performance will always be hindered on steep hills and rugged terrain so its important that you don't choose bare minimum specifications and have your car pulling its maximum towing weight very often. Ford towing guide also recommends that you to check your F150s brakes, trailer lights, breakaway cable, and trailer wiring harness before every journey.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the towing weights provided on this website are accurate, we always recommend checking the vehicle log book (V5) for the official towing capacity. We accept no responsibility if the towing weights provided on this website are incorrect.
|Car Make & Model||Max Towing Weight - Unbraked||Max Towing Capacity - Braked|
|2021 Ford Puma Standard Model 1.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||-||1100kg|
|2021 Ford Puma ST-Line 1.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||-||1100kg|
|2021 Ford Puma ST-Line V 1.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||-||1100kg|
|2020 Ford Puma Standard Model 1.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||-||1100kg|
|2020 Ford Puma ST-Line 1.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||-||1100kg|
|2020 Ford Puma ST-Line V 1.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||-||1100kg|
|2019 Ford Puma Standard Model 1.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||-||1100kg|
|2019 Ford Puma ST-Line 1.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||-||1100kg|
|2019 Ford Puma ST-Line V 1.0L, PULP, 7 SP AUTO||-||1100kg|