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2019 Ford Puma Owner's Manual

2019 Ford Puma Review

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2019 Ford Puma Owner's Manual

2019 Ford Puma equipment includes: LED optics, keyless entry with a start button, dual-zone climate control, seat massage, steering wheel heating, windshield heating, panorama, power trunk and a 12.3-inch digital dashboard that is not available even to the top Ford Focus.

Under the hood of the Ford Puma, a turbocharged three-cylinder 1.0 EcoBoost is installed. The base variant develops 125 hp. and 170 Nm. Following are the so-called “mild hybrids” with an additional starter-generator and a larger turbine. The latter are available in two boosts for 125 hp. 210 Nm and 155 hp 240 Nm. Gearbox – 6-speed manual.

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Common reasons that the 2019 Ford Puma will not start are a dead battery, a starter or alternator malfunction.

1) The simplest one can be seen on the windshield on the driver's side - at the very bottom.
2) The Vin number is also stamped in the front passenger floor under the trim.
These are the most common places where you can see the VIN code of a Ford. If you can't find the 2019 Ford Puma VIN number, look in the owner's manual.

Every 2019 Ford Puma requires maintenance at least once a year or approximately every 10,000 miles, you can find out exactly in the owner's manual for your car.

Your 2019 Ford Puma should have tires replaced approximately every 4 years or approximately 30,000 miles, and it is recommended that tires be checked periodically for wear and damage.

Batteries wear out for many reasons, there is no ideal time frame, but on average, replace the battery in your 2019 Ford Puma every 4 years.