Ford Kuga range



Model shown is a Ford Kuga EcoBlue Mild Hybrid Titanium;
Kuga Full Hybrid ST-Line X; and Kuga Plug-in Hybrid ST-Line X


The New Ford Kuga is available with a range of powerful yet efficient engines, including PHEV, Full Hybrid, Mild hybrid and EcoBlue diesel options. Each Kuga engine option delivers a smarter, more economical way to enjoy SUV driving.

This page outlines the key differences and benefits of each engine option. So you can choose how to power your adventures.


  2.5L Plug-In Hybrid 2.5L Full Hybrid FWD 2.0L EcoBlue Mild Hybrid 2.0L EcoBlue 1.5L EcoBlue
Fuel Type Petrol/Electric Petrol/Electric Diesel Diesel Diesel
Transmission CVT Automatic CVT Automatic 6-Speed Manual 8-Speed Automatic 6-Speed Manual
Max Power PS 225 190 150 190 120
Drive 4x2 4x2 4x2 4x4 4x2
0-62 mph (secs) 9.2 9.1 9.6 8.7 11.7
CO2 EmissionsTooltip 32 130 - 132 132 - 134 154 - 155 124 - 129
Fuel ConsumptionTooltip 1.4 5.8 - 5.4 5.1 - 4.9 5.9 - 5.7 4.9 - 4.7
Electric DrivingTooltip 56km        
Max Towable Mass (KG) 1200 1600 1900 2100 1500
Battery size 14.4kwh 1.1kwh 0.5kwh    


The Ford Kuga Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) combines a battery powered electric motor with its 2.5-litre Duratec petrol engine – delivering a combined power output of 225 PS, together with outstanding fuel economy and CO2 emissions figures of just 32g CO2/km (WLTP). For added peace of mind, the hybrid battery comes with an 8-year or 160,000 km warranty (whichever comes first).

A choice of electric vehicle (EV) modes means you can decide whether to run your Kuga PHEV on power from the electric motor, petrol engine or via a combination of both. When using the mode ‘EV Now’ the plug-in hybrid can travel up to 56km on electric power only. So, you can make easy work of any terrain, while keeping your city driving clean, quiet and refined.


The Ford Kuga Full Hybrid combines a highly efficient 2.5-litre Duratec engine with a battery-powered electric motor. The Kuga Full Hybrid recaptures energy usually lost while decelerating. This is similar to the EcoBlue Mild Hybrid, but the larger battery can store more power to further improve fuel economy and even drive short distances on electric power alone. Like the Plug-In Hybrid, this has a petrol automatic transmission, which is both smooth to drive and incredibly capable, with a towing capacity of 1,600kg.


The Kuga’s EcoBlue Hybrid diesel option is what is known as a Mild Hybrid, it incorporates a small electric motor with a 48-volt battery to improve engine efficiency. The electric motor assists the engine, helping to reduce fuel consumption and lower emissions compared to non-hybrid petrol and diesel options. The 48-volt battery charges while you drive, so there's no need for an external power source. The EcoBlue Hybrid has a manual transmission if you prefer this, and packs 150 PS of power, enabling towing of 1,900kg.


There’s plenty of choice in the EcoBlue line-up. Ford Kuga’s 1.5 and 2.0 litre EcoBlue diesel engines, feature the latest technology to improve power, torque and fuel economy, whilst reducing emissions. At 120 PS for the 1.5 litre and 190 PS for the 2.0, the Kuga diesel engines deliver impressive power output enabling towing of up to 2.1 tonnes. And depending on which you choose, you’ll also have the option of a manual or advanced automatic transmission, and intelligent All-Wheel Drive (AWD).

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