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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote magichat71 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Mar 2014 at 6:08pm
I think Bridgend only do the fiesta engines as well as a load for Jaguar
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Well, I've had my Kuga since 15/10/14, and I'm very pleased. Done around 600 miles now, about half and half motorway and town. The fuel consumption is very good around town, a little down on a run to what I expected (37.5mpg average), but then the engine will still be tight. Very impressed with all the technology and getting the hang of it. First car I've ever had where I don't have to worry about a wheel spinning or slipping, and very comfortable.
Kuga Titanium 163 Auto AWD in Stirling Grey with half leather, parking sensors.
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Think i might just splash out on a new 150 bhp model for the new year, will wait until the first used ones appear though
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