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I've had my Kuga since the end of July, we've put her through her paces!


Not only can she work hard





She can play hard too





She held her ground against the Landrovers at the Bristol Balloon Fiesta, & caused quite a stir at my sisters wedding, when she delivered all the ushers to the church
 

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i hope the Kuga is not called doris.
what a name to give to such a strong outsanding motor car

please rethink that

or better still rename it
 

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Aaaah! My husband bought me "Dave" and then wants to drive him all the time! Dave is not a good name for a Kuga but the kids decided on it because apparently it is definitely a male and needed a fairly butch name. A bit puzzling really because it looks like Doris and Dave are exactly the same spec. The only difference is the alloys. Maybe thats how you tell what gender a Kuga is?!
 

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Sorry but yes SHE is Doris
When she first got here, each time we went to go out in her I'd shout "the drivers door is mine", cos I wanted to drive, not my husband. The kids & husband mimicked me by saying in a parrot voice "door is mine" which slowly crept to "doorismine" which when said often enough becomes "Doris mine" so Doris she is!

I think Dave is pretty cool too, but from the looks of it both me & Championkuga are from the west country, so perhaps our minds work a little differently down here
 

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I think the winner of the naming competition has got to be Freddie! I copied someone on here and called ours Kenny!
 

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Mine is justTHE KUGA because with styling like that so sleek yet agressive it could only be a powerful fast silent deadly animal and not some dippy girl or boys name
 

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Good point. I was putting my daughters car in our garage ( a teeny weeny Peugeot 107 ) last night when my husband drove up behind me in The Kuga with the Xenon lights on. It was quite menacing and seemed huge. Definitely a big threatening animal.
 

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championkuga said:
Good point. I was putting my daughters car in our garage ( a teeny weeny Peugeot 107 ) last night when my husband drove up behind me in The Kuga with the Xenon lights on. It was quite menacing and seemed huge. Definitely a big threatening animal.

The car or your hubbbie ????
 

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Sorry, I am such a WALLY! I have a couple of pictures of Dave and I can't post them on the forum. My 18 year old and my 12 year old are helping, that is why we have a blank page. Sorry!
 

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Mine's Black Beauty. She's even got GG in the reg plate. Strong, sleek, lots of horse power, a pleasure to drive, fast acceleration and loads of admiring glances (now she's out the stables).
 
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