Fun factor; styling
Puma was launched in 1997 - shortly after the Ka - and was the second model to benefit from Ford's 'New Edge' design philosophy. It got its claws into buyers with sleek lines, feline-look headlamps and a chassis that was matched by a sporty-feeling 1.7 engine. Underneath it's essentially a tuned-up Fiesta - and it shares all it's major components with Ford's long-running supermini.
There’s now a wide range of models on the market, with retail prices starting at around £5,000.
What owners say about this car
Great all round car, always puts a smile on my face every time i drive it, have plenty of power... Read owner review
It has a relatively large boot for class of car. Economy can be acceptable if you don't push... Read owner review
Nothing, thats part of the appeal. You dont buy it for its practicality. a tarmac spec... Read owner review