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Ford Kuga 2.0 TDCi 4x4 in the driving report: All-wheel drive with a new diesel heart

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Ford Kuga 2.0 TDCi 4x4 in the driving report
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E success obliges: In just under two years the compact SUV Ford Kuga captured over 100,000 buyers. To ensure that the popularity continues, Ford is expanding its range of engines with a second two-liter diesel with 163 hp, which can be coupled with a new six-speed dual-clutch transmission (2,000 euros extra) on request>

A combination that is fun. Because the engine in the Ford Kuga grabs a lot even at low revs, hangs well on the gas, turns willingly and on top of that scores with its quiet, low-vibration running. The transmission, which shifts smoothly in automatic mode and when maneuvering, is also agile. When power is required, it activates smaller gears in a flash in the driving report and likes to skip a speed step, which creates a certain hectic pace.

If the gear is switched manually, the sport program is active, which requires a very diligent operation of the selector lever in the driving report. The so-called Powershift transmission is available in the Ford Kuga - like the powerful diesel engine - only with all-wheel drive, but also with the revised, weaker two-liter diesel (now 140 hp). Both harmonize well with the sporty character of the Ford Kuga; that promises further success.

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