2016, ‘65 Plate’ Kuga Titanium X Sport 2.0TDCI Euro 6 180 PS AWD Powershift, Moondust Silver, Sync 3
Yeah I agree- I think the Kuga looks pretty good underneath actually. The suspension components not so much with the poor paint on these bits, they seem to get a lot of surface rust and also nuts/ bolts etc. However, the floor pan, sills and all the bits that used to rot in cars in the past are holding up pretty well. Crash bar behind bumper looks ropey as it has some surface rust too but that’s getting removed soon when I replace with a westfalia detachable tow bar that I intend to use with a to be bought bike rack, and maybe my parent’s touring caravan from time to time.I remember putting a mazda 6 on my ramp not long ago and got such a shock at how bad it was underneath. You would of thought it had been sat in a pond for the last 10yrs even though the car was only 4yrs old. In comparison the kuga i have worked on are 10 times cleaner underneath.