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The Ford Puma was a little games car created by the Ford Motor Company from 1997 to 2001 albeit some were initially enlisted in the UK as late as 2002, available to be purchased in Europe. The Puma was constructed only at Ford's Niehl plant in Cologne, Germany. The expense for another Puma in the UK from a merchant was between £12,280 - £22,945 relying upon the embellishments, styling and model picked. All Pumas are front-engined, front-wheel-drive, 3-entryway cars with 4 seats.

They accompanied 15-creep (380 mm) compound wheels as standard, (in spite of the fact that the Ford Racing Puma was furnished with 17-crawl (430 mm) combination wheels), with front circle and back drum brakes. The auto was focused around the Mark 4 Ford Fiesta, with new motors codeveloped with Yamaha, another body, stiffer suspension and close-degree gearbox, in addition to different progression

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