Ford Kuga Lease Review - The Ford Kuga is classy and comes with that great Ford handling, and as with all crossovers comes with two and four wheel drive options. There are plenty of positives in this crossover, but the handling is certainly where you can begin. Even the two wheel drive models are comfortable and ease over the bumps, while Ford have produced their accurate steering again and you get a good drive as you go up the gears.
This is a big heavy car, and Ford do lack some subtly in these models with plenty of noise at high speed and definite body roll through the turns. Your engine choices range from two powerful diesels to two high revving Ecoboost options, and the definite choice is the 138bhp diesel. This is slower than the petrol turbo but much smoother and more economical, even in town, while you get a great response without the roar of the turbochargers.
Moving inside the model, you get a surprisingly low driving position but accentuated by plenty of options to adjust even in the lower models, while the main dash is mostly drawn together by the screen, loose that and it is rather plain. As for space you get plenty of both head and legroom and the rear seats are easy to manoeuvre and will recline right back into the boot, although its standard 456 litres is not topping out the market anytime soon.
You get decent equipment as standard too, with all electric windows, air conditioning and cruise control all coming in the entry-level models, although if you can get Titanium it is worth it, the part leather seats and infotainment system are standout for the range. IN short this is a worthwhile crossover that has lots of room and is very suitable for a family environment.