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Last chance on Ford’s 0% APR offer

By Tom Gibson | September 10, 2021


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Ford’s popular offer is due to expire at the end of the month so act quick if you fancy an upgrade.

Last chance on Ford’s 0% APR offer
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The offer means that, until September 30th, you can choose from a selection of brand new Ford cars and, when you finance it with Ford Options, you get 0% APR throughout the duration of the agreement.

On top of these perks, Ford is giving out discounts of up to £1,000 if you trade-in your current vehicle (which you must have owned for at least 4 months) as long as it is either a Ford vehicle over 4 years old or any non-Ford vehicle.

But which Ford is for you? We take a look at three options.

Ford Kuga

The Ford Kuga is one of the most popular cars on the brand’s forecourt. It’s a practical and versatile SUV and one that fits into the super-fashionable large SUV car class.

It’s very economical to run, too. It’s got both a hybrid and plug-in hybrid power choices and company car drivers will enjoy the financial benefits of low CO2 emissions when it comes to paying their benefit-in-kind tax bills.

Ford Puma

The Ford Puma was originally a small coupé back in the late 90s although it never really shot to prominence despite it being a very smart alternative to options from Mercedes, BMW  and Alfa Romeo.

The good news is it’s back, this time as a small SUV. You could say it’s the Kuga’s younger brother. It carries some of its sporty charm from its past and outperforms cars like the Nissan Juke, Skoda Kamiq and Volkswagen T-Roc when it comes to its mild hybrid engine technology. The tech will see you get a sharp and agile car with a very impressive fuel economy – one deserving of a higher price tag. We can’t speak highly enough of this car!

Ford Focus

The Ford Focus has become a staple of British motoring. And there’s still plenty left to love about it too. It’s regularly at the top end of the sales charts and its brilliant handling, sensible price, practicality and stylish nature are all reasons why.

The Focus has seen many variations over its time and the latest edition sees a much smarter interior, a better use of interior tech that gives it a futuristic feel and more leg room in the back.

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