2002 Ford Puma 1.7 16v
Noughties coupe fun here in late model 1.7 guise showing just 59,734 miles by its four owners; tidy unmolested example
Supplied new by Allen Ford of Warwick in March 2002 this late model Puma features the potent 1.7 litre VCT Sigma 16v engine developing a heady 123bhp (which feels much more than it sounds). The front wheel drive and 5-speed manual transmission make for Ford’s typically superb dynamics providing plenty of smiles per mile.
Finished in striking Colorado Red and riding on its original 9-spoke 15inch alloy wheels with contrasting charcoal cloth interior trim along with air conditioning (Luxury pack 6006), electric windows, mudflaps and after-market Sony CD player with USB and Aux ports. The car carries its 19 years well, such was the forward- thinking design of Ford’s ‘New Edge’ design philosophy in the late 90s which included the then radical Ka supermini model.
Showing just 59,734 miles, this tidy little coupe has covered low mileage for its age and is supported by an excellent history file which includes the V5C showing just 3-owners to our current owner/vendor, who drove the car to us from Warwick. Furthermore, we find 2 old style V5's, the owner’s pack and service book revealing an impressive 14 stamps, the last in May 2017 at 55,129 miles along with a host of routine maintenance invoices and 15 old MOT certificated in addition to the current, valid until February 2022 with no advisories noted.
In addition to the above, the box file also includes an assorted selection of period Puma brochures, magazines, original bill of sale (£11,558) and old tax discs. Ready to be enjoyed, this low mileage example is offered here at No Reserve and given their recent rise in value, now is the time to buy before they get out of reach as an affordable and most excellent Modern Classic Retro Fast Ford.
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Reg No: WH02YES
Chassis Number: WFOCXX9GAEC1C11099
Engine Number: 1C11099
Engine Size: 1679
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 14 stamps; invoices; original bill of sale; 15 old MOTs; old tax discs; current MOT February 2022 with no advisories
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