Taxes for plug-in hybrids will rise at the end of the year, causing the price of the desired Ford Kuga plug-in Hybrid to increase as well. However, Ford has secured over 1,000 vehicles, and if you order before the end of the year, Ford will keep the price before the increase in taxes goes into force.
Ford has taken the lead in the electric vehicle market with the famous Ford Kuga Plug-in Hybrid. The Kuga Plug-in Hybrid was the best-selling passenger car in Denmark in the first half of 2021 and the best-selling plug-in hybrid in Europe during the same time.
The SUV's remarkable performance may be due to its exquisite appearance, roomy interior, comfortable driving characteristics, high degree of safety, and, of course, the fact that it can drive a long distance on electricity alone and is accessible at very affordable rates.
A change in the tax on plug-in hybrids will go into effect on January 1, 2022, which will impact pricing. With the tax changes, the price of plug-in hybrids will rise, so buyers may benefit from purchasing now.
Ford has acquired over 1,000 Kuga Plug-in Hybrids for the Danes, and there are already vehicles in stock, which implies short delivery periods and cars available to consumers by the end of the year.
The well-equipped Ford Kuga Plug-in Hybrid starts at 38,979 euros for the Trend version and 44,171 euros for the popular ST-Line variant. SYNC 3 infotainment system with 8 -inch touchscreen, navigation, keyless start, and dual-zone air conditioning are standard in Kuga Plug-in Hybrid.
Prices for the Kuga Plug-in Hybrid are likely to rise as a result of the new tax adjustments.
The fuel-efficient Ford Kuga Plug-in Hybrid now has an electric top speed of 100 km/h. With the changeover to the model year 2022, Ford has improved the electric range and reduced CO2 emissions and consumption for cars manufactured after September 13. In addition, customers will be able to travel longer on a charge due to technological advancements and modifications in the computation of range and consumption (as defined by WLTP), reducing their reliance on fossil fuels.
The Kuga Plug-in Hybrid's latest official WLTP numbers highlight the model's very efficient driveline. The electric range of a charge is now a total of 64 kilometers. As a result, CO2 consumption has dropped from 32 g/km to just 22 g/km.
Existing customers and numerous motoring journalists have already reported more electrical range than the WLTP calculation suggests, and the updated WLTP calculation will reflect this. But, of course, the electric range is still affected by the driving circumstances, the driver's driving style, and the accessories selected.
The range is now even more significant than before, and it pleases the numerous consumers who have already adopted the fuel-efficient vehicle. According to anonymous data from Ford Kuga Plug-in Hybrid customers in Europe, consumers prefer not to use gasoline. Instead, they take advantage of the chance to charge their cars and drive on pure energy. In reality, electricity has accounted for 49 percent of all kilometers traveled by consumers this year. When the plug-in hybrid is linked to a charging station, you may feel the electricity from an external source. As a result, the current generated automatically by regenerative charging while driving is not included in the research.
Ford in Denmark has secured delivery of over 1,000 Kuga Plug-in Hybrids, resulting in a large number of stock cars at Danish Ford dealers and quick delivery to customers - in some cases on the same day. You may also choose your Kuga and purchase it for delivery before January 1, 2022.
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