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Ford Kuga 2.5 EcoBoost PHEV ST-Line 5dr Auto

Length 4,620mm Width (including mirrors) 2,178mm Height 1,666mm Seats 5 Doors 5 Gross Vehicle Weight 2,320kg Wheelbase 2,710mm Minimum Kerbweight 1,698kg Max. Towing Weight — Braked 1,200kg Max. Towing Weight — Unbraked 750kg Max. Loading Weight 622kg Tyre Size Spare Tyre Repair KIT


Top Speed 125Mph 0–62 9.2s Fuel Delivery Turbo Fuel type Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid Transmission Automatic Engine Capacity 2,498cc Engine Layout Front Transverse Engine Power — BHP 225bhp Engine Power — KW 165kW Cylinders 4 Cylinder Layout In-Line CO2 26g/km Number of Valves 16 Drive Train Front Wheel Drive Standard Euro Emissions Euro 6 Catalytic Convertor YES Turning Circle — Kerb to Kerb 11.7 m

Electric Vehicle Data

Battery Capacity 14.4kWh


Alloys YES Space Saver NO Special Edition NO Special Order NO


Insurance Group 20E Standard manufacturers warranty — Years 3 Service Interval Mileage 18,500 Service Interval Frequency — Months 12 Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee — Years 3 Manufacturers Corrosion Perforation Guarantee — Years 12


NCAP Adult Occupant Protection 92% NCAP Child Occupant Protection 86% NCAP Overall Rating 5% NCAP Pedestrian Protection 82% NCAP Safety Assist 73% Vehicle Homologation Class M1

Ford Kuga 2.5 Hybrid ST-Line X Edition 2021 review

Ford’s hybrid technology is a useful addition to the Kuga SUV range with the ‘FHEV’ model offering a sharp drive and plenty of kit along with strong economy

14 Jun 2021
Overall Auto Express Rating
4.0 out of 5
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The full-hybrid Ford Kuga absolutely delivers on its potential as an efficient family SUV, offering low running costs for those that don’t want to make the step to life with a plug-in vehicle just yet. However, while it’s practical and is still one of the best-driving SUVs on sale, powertrain refinement isn’t its strongest trait. The infotainment is starting to look a little old as well, even if the Kuga does feature lots of tech as standard.

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Ford is pressing on with its roll-out of electrified models with this new Kuga Hybrid. It sits below the plug-in hybrid model, with a more limited electric range, but also a more affordable price tag. The Kuga FHEV (Full Hybrid Electric Vehicle), as Ford calls it, starts from £33,595 compared with £36,555 for the plug-in hybrid. However, in high-spec ST-Line X Edition trim tested here, it’ll cost you £34,735. For that you get a 2.5-litre Atkinson cycle four-cylinder petrol engine working in conjunction with an electric motor that’s fed by a compact 1.1kWh battery. Together, the power sources deliver a maximum of 187bhp (Ford doesn’t quote a total torque output), which is good enough for a 0-62mph time of 9.1 seconds.

Electric-only running is possible, but it’s much more limited than in a plug-in hybrid; think very short distances at low speed. The electric motor is there more to assist the petrol engine, lightening its load to help boost efficiency.

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It does a very good job of that too. Our car’s trip computer was actually showing 49.5mpg, more than the Ford’s official fuel economy claim, so it should be cheap to run. On ST-Line X Edition’s larger 19-inch wheels CO2 emissions stand at 133g/km.

The Kuga has always been one of the more rewarding family SUVs to drive and this model tips the scales at 1,701kg so the small battery and electric motor don’t add too much extra weight over a pure petrol or diesel alternative. This helps to ensure that the FHEV still handles sweetly.

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Precise, quick steering and good grip mean you’ll be able to enjoy this Kuga on twisty roads. The ride is a little on the firm side — we’d call it taut, but it’s far from uncomfortable.

The CVT transmission is more of an issue. Toyota has proven that CVT gearboxes in full hybrids like its Corolla and RAV4 models (to name but a few) can really work, contributing to a relaxing feel on the move. In the Kuga, though, the gearbox feels a little sluggish.

By their nature CVTs send the revs high when you need more performance from the powertrain, holding them there to give you a good boost of acceleration, but the engine’s sound signature from inside the Kuga is a little rough. While there’s not much to complain about when it comes to performance, we’d expect more refinement from an electrically assisted SUV like this. At least the fact that it does deliver on its fuel economy potential makes up for this to some degree.

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You get plenty of equipment for the money in this Ford Kuga and it represents better value than top-spec Vignale trim too, even if more affordable models a little lower down the range look like the sweet spot. ST-Line X Edition features larger alloy wheels, as we’ve mentioned, a panoramic roof, heated front and rear seats, and a heated steering wheel.

On top of this you also benefit from sporty looks, full LED lights, keyless operation, a powered tailgate, dual-zone climate control, adaptive cruise control, a 12.3-inch digital dash, a B&O Premium stereo, a rear-view camera, wireless phone charging, autonomous braking, lane keep assist and lane departure warning, plus sat-nav, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as part of the eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system.

Much of this is standard on other models, including the SYNC3 set-up, and while the multimedia unit’s menus are logically laid out, the responses sharp and the graphics good enough, the eight-inch screen now feels a little on the small side compared with rivals that offer bigger units. Car interior design has moved on a lot in a few years, and while the Kuga is fine, it doesn’t really have the flair that can be found elsewhere in this sector.

There’s enough space inside though, while with up to 526 litres of boot space when all seats are in place (depending on where the sliding rear bench seat is set) there’s enough load volume too.

Model: Ford Kuga 2.5 Hybrid ST-Line X Edition
Price: £34,735
Engine: 2.5-litre 4cyl petrol
Power/torque: 187bhp/N/A
Transmission: CVT automatic, front-wheel drive
0-62mph: 9.1s
Top speed: 122mph
Economy/CO2: 48.7mpg/133g/km
On sale: Now

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Doors 5
Drive Train 1 SPEED
Transmission Auto
Fuel Type Hybrid Petrol
Engine Capacity — CC 2496
Trim Graphite Tech Ed
Price £42,255
Battery Capacity 14.4
Engine Power — BHP 225
Acceleration 9.2
Length 4620 mm
Width 1883 mm
Height 1666 mm
Luggage Capacity (Seats Up) 612 l
Minimum Kerbweight 1769 kg

Driver Convenience

  • 12.3″ digital colour instrument cluster
  • Ford SYNC 3 with 8″ TFT LCD touchscreen, App Link, andriod auto/apple carPlay, emergency assistance and navigation with Ford pass connect
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Hands free power tailgate
  • Lane keeping aid with lane departure warning
  • Power assist steering
  • Rear view camera
  • Selectable drive modes


  • 3-Pin 230V Domestic socket home charging cable
  • 3.7 kW monophase on board charger
  • Sports suspension


  • B&O premium audio system with 10 speakers and subwoofer, 2 USB ports, DAB radio/CD

Exterior Features

  • Black roof rails
  • Exclusive paint
  • Large rear spoiler
  • LED daytime running lights
  • LED rear lights
  • Power folding heated door mirrors with puddle lights
  • Power front/rear windows with global close
  • Power opening panoramic roof
  • Quickclear heated windscreen
  • Rear privacy glass
  • Rear side wing doors
  • Rear wiper
  • Third brake light

Interior Features

  • 2nd row sliding seats with 60:40 split
  • Electronic automatic temperature control (EATC)
  • Front and rear head restraints
  • Heated passenger and driver seats
  • Heated rear seats
  • Heated steering wheel
  • Partial premium touch Sensico with black cloth inserts and red stitching
  • Single front passenger seat


  • Driver assistance pack — Kuga with front camera system
  • Technology pack — Kuga with LED headlights

Passive Safety

  • 3×3 point rear seatbelts
  • Electronic stability control (ESC) and ABS
  • Manual child proof rear door locks
  • Post collision braking
  • Pre collision assist with autonomous emergency braking
  • Red brake calipers


  • Keyless entry and Ford power start button

 2011 Ford Kuga 2.5 ZA

Ford Kuga 2.5 -

The Kuga 2.5 is a motor car from Ford, with all wheel drive, a front located engine and a 5 door suv/sports utility vehicle body style. Powering the Ford Kuga 2.5 is a double overhead camshaft, 2.5 litre turbocharged 5 cylinder powerplant, with 4 valves per cylinder that produces power and torque figures of 197 bhp (200 PS/147 kW) at 6000 rpm and 320 N·m (236 lb·ft/32.6 kgm) at 1600-4000 rpm respectively. Power is transmitted to the wheels via a 5 speed automatic gearbox. Claimed weight at the kerb is 1653 kg. It is claimed to manage a maxiumum speed of 205 km/h which is 127 mph, and carbon dioxide emissions are 244.0 g/km.
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