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Pricing on all the new Ford Puma’s optional extras – Including the service plan

The new Ford Puma is officially on sale in South Africa with a short menu of optional extras.

While the crossover already brings a respectable level of equipment as standard, buyers can kit out their Puma with a paid-for Driver Assistance Pack as well as a Styling Pack.

Additionally, in line with a 2021 ruling from the Competition Commission, Ford has unbundled the service plans from the retail price of all its vehicles, and buyers will now have to pay separately for this, too.

Fortunately, the automaker said it has tailored the prices of its vehicles to still be competitive if a service or maintenance plan is purchased with them, as the majority of customers still opt to add the after-sales agreement to their finance contract.

Service plan – R17,692.75

The base service plan for the new Puma starts at R17,692.75 and expands over six years or 90,000km, whichever comes first, with service intervals set at 15,000km or once per annum.

If this isn’t enough, customers have the option to extend the service plan or upgrade to a maintenance plan, with both packages being available up to a maximum of eight years or 165,000km.

The vehicle is also sold with a four-year/120,000km warranty as standard, which can be lengthened to seven years or 200,000km.

The included four-year/unlimited-kilometre roadside assistance plan, however, can only be extended up to six years.

Driver Assistance Pack – R21,100

The R21,100 Driver Assistance Pack is selectable on both the Puma Titanium and ST-Line Vignale and brings a variety of advanced assistance features to the fore.

These include:

  • Active park assist
  • Front parking sensors
  • Traffic sign recognition
  • Driver impairment monitor
  • Blind-spot information system
  • Intelligent adaptive cruise control with traffic jam assist

The standard Puma is all but lacking on the safety front, though, as each variant is delivered from the factory with ABS with electronic brake assist, electronic stability control, hill-launch assist, cruise control with a speed limiter, a lane-keep system, a collision mitigation system, rear parking sensors, and six airbags.

Styling Pack – R17,300

The R17,300 Styling Pack is exclusively available on the range-topping Puma ST-Line Vignale and comprises two elements.

These include:

  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Passenger seat manual 4-way adjustment

As standard, the ST-Line gets a solid body-coloured roof and the passenger seat only moves forward and backward, but not up and down.


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