Ford Puma windscreen repair and side window replacement

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Ford Puma windscreen replacement

Boasting top-notch fuel economy and a sleek, curvaceous contour, the ever-popular Ford Puma is a vehicle to be proud of and cared for. As the winner of the What Car? Car of the Year Award for 2022, this sleek SUV is amongst the most popular models on roads and motorways in Britain.

Keeping your Ford Puma looking great does require routine servicing and maintenance, however, as well as quick and affordable windscreen repair and windscreen replacement services should an errant stone or debris damage the glass. That’s where myWindscreen can help.

Interesting facts about the Ford Puma

The name ‘Puma’ may sound familiar to Ford enthusiasts, as it was a European sport compact car model discontinued by Ford in July 2002. While it’s been two decades since the name has been reused, the new Ford Puma actually bears more of a resemblance to the seventh-generation Ford Fiesta (and indeed the Puma uses the same Ford Global B-car platform).

The Ford Puma rolled off the assembly lines in Romania in late 2019 to great praise following its announcement at the Go Further event held in Amsterdam. Equipped with a mild-hybrid engine and available in multiple variants, the Ford Puma became the biggest selling Ford model here in the UK and with nearly 120,000 sold in Europe in 2020.

As of February 2022, the Ford Puma was the seventh best-selling vehicle in the UK overall and the fourth best-selling vehicle of the year to date, beating out the Ford Focus and Ford Kuga models in sales and new registrations.

This vehicle comes in the following variants: Ford Puma Titanium, Ford Puma ST, Ford Puma ST-Line, Ford Puma ST-Line X, and Ford Puma ST-Line Vignale.

Ford Puma side and rear window replacement service

Ford Puma variants available in the UK come equipped standard with Quickclear laminated windscreens, heated rear windscreens, and driver-assist functionality. This means that the Puma’s windscreens are essentially ‘smart’ and require careful calibration of sensors - not a problem for new owners, but a critical consideration for anyone in need of quality windscreen replacement services in the future.

Ford vehicles in recent decades have been using Carlite (Carlex) as the sole supplier of Original Equipment (OE) laminated windscreens. While Ford recommends that all customers use OE glass for windscreen replacement, many aftermarket manufacturers provide compatible windscreens that are similar in quality but often far lower in cost.

Since Ford Pumas (the recent model, not the Puma line discontinued in 2002) are modern and all variants come equipped with driver-assist features, it’s important to ensure that your windscreen is not only fitted properly but also calibrated professionally by automotive glaziers found here on myWindscreen.

Many of our auto glazier partners on myWindscreen provide professional ADAS windscreen calibration services to ensure that your Ford Puma windscreen retains its full driver-assist functionality whilst also keeping you safe and sound on the road.

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