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2021 Ford Puma
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2021 Ford Puma Pricing and Specs


The Ford Puma 2021 prices range from $29,990 for the basic trim level Hatchback Puma (base) to $35,540 for the top of the range Hatchback Puma ST-Line V.

The Ford Puma 2021 is available in Premium Unleaded Petrol.

When we reviewed the ‘price and features’ of the Puma 2021, Richard Berry gave it a rating of 8 out of 10. Find out more in the full review here.

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Ford Puma Models SPECS PRICE
(base) 1.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $29,990
ST-Line 1.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $32,340
ST-Line V 1.0LPremium Unleaded Petrol7 speed automatic $35,540

Ford Puma 2021 FAQs

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  • Where is the fuel filter located in my 2010 Ford Focus?

    For the 2010 model, Ford switched from a replaceable fuel filter located just in front of the fuel tank under the car, to a 'lifetime' filter which was part of the fuel pump. The fuel pump itself, meanwhile, is located inside the fuel tank, so that’s where the filter lives as well. Despite being a lifetime filter, contaminated fuel and other factors can require the filter to be changed and the good news is that the filter can be replaced independent of the actual fuel pump. That bad news is that the tank needs to be removed from the car to access those components, so it’s not a cheap, simple job.

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  • Can an oil cooler keep the transmission cool in my 2014 Ford Ranger?

    If you talk to automatic transmission specialists, you’ll soon be told that it’s impossible to over-cool such a gearbox. An aftermarket transmission cooler is designed to work in conjunction with the vehicle’s standard transmission cooling system, so disabling the standard cooler is probably not a great idea.

    The problem with coolant entering the transmission is not an unknown one with some Ford (and other manufacturer’s) models and occurs when the standard cooler fails, allowing coolant into the gearbox and destroying the electronics and the gearbox hardware in short order. Unfortunately, this is a design thing rather than a maintenance issue, so the best thing you can do is service the vehicle regularly and make sure that the coolant is changed regularly. Even then, however, swarf from the production process (according to one theory at least) has been known to circulate through the radiator and cause damage to the piping that forms the transmission cooler. A radiator clean and flush might help stave off this process.

    If the manufacturer of the aftermarket cooler you’ve fitted can guarantee that the unit will cool at least as effectively as the standard unit on the Ranger, then you might consider disconnecting the standard cooler. Even so, you’d be wise to keep an eye on transmission temperatures, particularly if you tow anything or travel at high speed in high ambient temperatures.

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  • Why does my 2002 Ford Falcon idle irregularly and have a delayed throttle response?

    An engine that runs well when cold but misfires when It’s warmed up is often a victim of poor air-fuel mixture. That can be caused by an air-leak (such as the intake manifold gasket you’ve already changed) a crack in any of the intake plumbing, faulty fuel injectors, a worn fuel pump, a corrupted ECU (computer), blocked fuel line or about a thousand other things.

    But in this case, knowing the Ford AU Falcon’s engine, I’d be taking a close look at the ignition system, specifically the coil pack. These have been known to fail regularly, often displaying their problems including a rough idle, once the engine has warmed up; precisely the symptoms you’ve noted. That said, rather than rush out and buy a new coil pack, have the vehicle scanned electronically to rule out any other potential source for the problem.

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