Usually, when we compare two vehicles they are quite similar in different aspects but today it’s going to be something very different. You may have never thought that anyone would ever compare Ford Puma St with Lamborghini Urus, but we are going to do it.
It is an unfair comparison and you might think it’s like asking the players from the local rugby club to compete against the young, energetic, and modernly trained players. Even before the start of the match, you know who’s going to win. But that’s not exactly the case here. Yes, both vehicles have great differences in power and price but they have some surprising similarities too.
Both vehicles represent a very popular general of modern vehicles the super-heated SUVs. Don’t think for a second that it’s a new concept as we have seen Porsche exploring this genre for about two decades but we are seeing an increase in their numbers in the last few years. Their popularity has reached a point where the latest cars are taking their design cues from them.
These vehicles do create a great hype and rightly so, as they offer a multitasking approach to motoring. They offer both thrills on the road and adventure-seeking characters. We not only want to compare them head-to-head but we also want to discuss the impact of these cars on the modern market. You might not like the fact that the SUVs are in high demand and their demand is only going to increase in the future, especially if the only thing you want is speed and performance. But that doesn’t mean you should negate the fact that these vehicles are extremely exciting and offer great value to the buyers.
Lamborghini Urus is a better all-around model and it is its off-road ability that gives it an edge over the Ford Puma ST. But that doesn’t mean you can declare it a winner as both the cars are flawed in different aspects.
But both cars can entertain you if you want to be, and they are good enough to convince you to buy one of them. Of course, those with a limited budget would never consider buying the Lamborghini model, and those who can easily afford it would probably not consider the Puma ST.