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instagram-postAction Ford recognises the concern regarding certain Kuga models and would like to offer a free inspection to any Kuga owner at all our branches. Although this was a very isolated incident we would like to assist in giving all our valued customers peace of mind. The inspection can be done while you have a free cappuccino. Should your vehicle need to be repaired we have a loan vehicle standing by for your convenience.

If you wish to pre-book your vehicle, please give us a call on 0860 Action.

  1. Kerneels Van Rensburg really help us in an excellent and professional manner. He responded immediately to our queries and was first consultant to phone me directly. Still havent heard of any one else I contacted via email through websites. He came to Pretoria with an EcoSport straight away and showed us the car. He organised a automatic and deal was done in a flash! Thank you Kerneels, we hope that you get a good job and reference where your life leads you! And thank you for Action Ford for your kind and friendly service. You all have been a good help 🙂 Thank you Santie (as well) 🙂 Gwen and tannie Erasmé Oosthuizen
  2. Ek wou graag ‘n nuwe voertuig koop maar was baie benoud oor die finansiële impak op my begroting. Van dag [...]

kuga_mca_sport_final_highres_01_880x500Ford Kuga gets tough new look

By: IOL Motoring Staff

Barcelona, Spain – Not wanting any cobwebs on its popular Rav4 rival, Ford has given its Kuga a midlife makeover, which includes some major design changes inside and out and a new diesel engine option.

The facelifted Kuga looks radically different up front, where its predecessor’s softer, car-like face makes way for a more muscular, truck-like appearance, with a large trapezoidal grille taking centre stage. The back end gets a cleaner appearance with reshaped, smaller, taillights while new colours choices and alloy wheel designs round off the exterior changes.

A new 88kW 1.5-litre turbodiesel engine joins the range as the entry-level oil-burner, while the current 132kW 2-litre turbodiesel and 1.5-litre turbopetrol engines (in 88kW, 110kW and 132kW guises) soldier on, driving the front wheels in lower-powered versions and all [...]

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