You can play the difference – Ford Kuga Titanium X and ST-Line comparison – Car-Engine

The ST-Line carries its nose higher, the divisions under the grille and the fog lights follow a different design. Photo: Bence Balogh

In recent months, several Kuga versions have been available at our editorial office, ranging from the 1.5-cylinder, three-cylinder EcoBoost to the soft-hybrid-assisted diesel to the plug-in hybrid. Considering everyday use, the basic model with 150 riders can proudly bulge its chest, and the drive chain combined with a manual transmission, with all kinds of electrified assistance, can handle a consumption of around 7-7.5 l / 100 km, including urban and agglomeration sections. Its culturally damped vibrations and effectively isolated sound make the three-cylinder design oblivious, and the hollow stroke volume and turbo tuning per combustion chamber endow you with massive torque. As soon as the motorway sections are in the picture, of course the diesel is at the forefront, its smooth, smooth running and average consumption of 5-7 l / 100 km guarantee a lavish range. The plug-in hybrid is a bit different, partly because the presence of the gasoline engine does not require regular external charging, and partly because it is acceptable with the skillfully choreographed recuperation, 7-9 l / 100 km is the appetite of the big engine.

The 2.5-liter petrol engine even gives the plug-in hybrid a constant driving force. The extra weight of the system is a good 2 glazes

In addition to the various powertrains, the already mentioned appearance also provides striking features. The Titanium X and ST-Line equipment in the pictures really carve a car with different characters from the Kuga, so the kuncsafts can’t just decide on the style of their Kuga in terms of colors and rims. The Titanium X is visibly more restrained, the body’s trim is chrome-plated, and comes standard with a 17-inch rim. The ST-Line’s black, honeycomb-patterned grille has risen higher on the nose of the car, the accessories are also black, and the rim scale starts at 18 inches. The overall picture is much more trendy and dynamic here, while the Titanium X has the restraint typical of business cars.

In the absence of cables, this is how they travel…

Based on the list prices, the Titanium-equipped EcoBoost (HUF 9,350,000) is the cheapest, while the Vignale-packed all-wheel-drive PHEV (HUF 15,700,000) is the most expensive Kuga. Of the diesels, at around 10 million, the 1.5-cylinder, four-cylinder (120 hp, manual transmission) EcoBlue is the cheapest.

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