Embracing this newfound love for road trips and adventures within the UK
means we’re rapidly demanding more from our car. So much so there’s been an increase in those switching from a car to a van in recent years, and an even bigger switch into an SUV styled vehicle.
If camping is your thing, then the Ford Puma
is the option for you. Uncompromised in both design and drive, the Ford Puma Hybrid embodies the spirit for adventure. It tackles rough terrain with ease thanks to the SUV inspired compact crossover design and the seemingly limitless luggage capacity of 456 litres says goodbye to the days of cramming your tent into the boot by any means. Then once you’re all pitched up; the Puma truly comes into its own as beneath the boot there is a ready-made sink complete with a stop tap; perfect for washing travel pots, muddy boots, and the dog.
Taking a trek into the mountains or the previously mentioned North Coast 500? You need a car that thinks practicality and comfort, step forward the Ford Kuga
. By breaking the mould with an interior that is designed by customers, you can trust the space and versatility are of the next level. Increased space at the front also translates in the back, where you’ll find heated outer seats for the very first time and a remote release function which enables the second row to be folded flat with ease.
Daring to venture into the unknown? The Ford Ranger Wildtrak
is there for you. Having undergone rigorous testing on some of the most challenging terrains, you can trust the capabilities will get you to where you’re going. Whilst the Ranger Raptor
goes that one step further, boasting enhanced aerodynamics, flared arches and off-road tyres which combined with the 6 driving modes, accomplishes any terrain. Even in the Baja Desert Rally.