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Should you buy a Ford Kuga?

For some customers the Ford Kuga will be a fine choice – it’s marginally plusher than a Vauxhall Grandland X, more practical than a Kia Sportage and has better handling than a SEAT Ateca.

It’s by no means a victor any more, though. The awkward styling lacks the zest of Ford’s smaller cars, while the monochromatic interior is practical but charmless. The boot is a bit pokey, too.

When stylish and interesting alternatives such as the Peugeot 3008 or Volvo XC40 are available it’s difficult not to see the Kuga as a bit dowdy. Still, the wide range of trim levels and engines democratise it, and mean there’s a Kuga for just about everybody – and all share the same good handling and spacious interior.

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