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Ford Puma added to AA Driving School choice list

Ford Puma AA Driving School

Ford’s Puma SUV is to be offered by AA Driving School to its instructors as the two companies maintain their 22-year relationship.

They have worked together since 1998 and the Puma, which will be offered to instructors in Titanium trim level with the 125PS mild-hybrid engine, joins the Fiesta Active and Focus ST-Line models on the roster of vehicles available to them.

Sarah Rees, managing director of AA Driving School, said: “We’re really excited to bring the Ford Puma to our mix of cars and feel, combined with our new franchise pricing, we’re more competitive, flexible and better value than ever.

“Whether instructors want a mild hybrid, a more spacious tuition vehicle or a smaller city car, they can find it here wrapped up with everything else to run a successful business.”

The Fiesta Active will be available to instructors with a 125PS mild-hybrid engine, while the Focus is available with either the same powertrain or a 120PS diesel.

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