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Production Ford Kuga Spied in Wild

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The production model of the Ford Kuga ends up looking strikingly similar to the version we showed you at Frankfurt. The sporty crossover is yet another take on the "kinetic design" from Ford Europe that we continue to lust after and will feature the 2.0-liter Duratorq TDCi diesel engine.


Europeans will be able to purchase the SUV-ish wagon sometime early next year, while we'll have to settle for the "bold designed" Edge and Escape. Despite not having a Mach 4 grille, the Kuga manages to look more muscular than any domestic crossover offering. [Hollywood Extra via WCF]

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@westfieldind: Silly argument. First, communities pay for schools, not corporations. And we Americans get a lot less of that than we should to keep up with the Germans, Japanese, Koreans, and Chinese.

Second, jingoism is no reason to buy a car. That kind of brand loyalty only leads to a reduction in quality as it did when the Big 3 thought they were invincible against imports.

Back to the Kuga: I'd buy one. Especially with that diesel.