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New Ford Puma 2020 pricing and specs detailed: Mazda CX-3 rivalling small SUV goes premium

The Puma will go toe to toe with the Mazda CX-3 when it goes on sale in Australia.

Ford Australia has released pricing and specification for its new Puma small SUV, which is due in showrooms in the second half of this year.

The European-sourced Puma range will kick off from $29,990 plus on-road costs for the unnamed entry-level variant, while the mid-range ST-Line and flagship ST-Line V versions will be priced from $32,340 and $35,540 respectively.

All three variants will be powered by a 92kW/170Nm 1.0-litre EcoBoost turbo-petrol three-cylinder engine, which exclusively sends drive to the front wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

The Mazda CX-3 rival’s claimed fuel consumption on the combined-cycle test (ADR 81/02) will be 6.3 litres per 100 kilometres.

Standard equipment in the unnamed entry-level version will include five drive modes (Eco, Slippery, Normal, Sport and Trail), 17-inch alloy wheels, LED headlights, chrome grille and foglight accents, gloss-black window surrounds and a metallic grey rear skid plate.

  • New Ford Puma 2020 pricing and specs detailed: Mazda CX-3 rivalling small SUV goes premium New Ford Puma 2020 pricing and specs detailed: Mazda CX-3 rivalling small SUV goes premium
  • New Ford Puma 2020 pricing and specs detailed: Mazda CX-3 rivalling small SUV goes premium New Ford Puma 2020 pricing and specs detailed: Mazda CX-3 rivalling small SUV goes premium
  • New Ford Puma 2020 pricing and specs detailed: Mazda CX-3 rivalling small SUV goes premium New Ford Puma 2020 pricing and specs detailed: Mazda CX-3 rivalling small SUV goes premium
  • New Ford Puma 2020 pricing and specs detailed: Mazda CX-3 rivalling small SUV goes premium New Ford Puma 2020 pricing and specs detailed: Mazda CX-3 rivalling small SUV goes premium

Inside, an 8.0-inch touchscreen Sync3 multimedia system, satellite navigation, remote smartphone connectivity, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto support, a seven-speaker sound system, digital radio, Bluetooth connectivity, two USB ports, a 12V power outlet, wireless smartphone charging, keyless start, cloth upholstery, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and carbon-look trim will feature.

Advanced driver-assist systems will extend to autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane-keep assist, cruise control, traffic sign recognition, driver attention alert, tyre pressure monitoring, a reversing camera and rear parking sensors.

The ST-Line will add sports suspension, a matte-black mesh grille insert, a body kit (bumpers and side skirts), body-colour wheelarches, a larger rear spoiler, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, a flat-bottom steering wheel (with paddle-shifters), sports seats, metallic pedals and Race Red stitching.

Justifying its flagship status, the ST-Line V will also pick up 18-inch alloy wheels, chrome exterior trim, rear privacy glass, a hands-free power-operated tailgate, keyless entry, a 10-speaker B&O Play sound system, climate control, leather-accented upholstery and grey stitching.

Options will include a $2000 panoramic sunroof, a $500 black roof, $250 black roof rails, $650 prestige paintwork and a $1500 Park Pack (steering assist, blind-spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control with stop and go functionality, park assist and front parking sensors).

Ford will also offer buyers the option to add the ST-Line V’s hands-free power-operated tailgate to the unnamed entry-level version and ST-line for $750.

2020 Ford Puma pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
Pumaautomatic$29,990
Puma ST-Lineautomatic$32,340
Puma ST-Line Vautomatic$35,540