It really doesn’t Measurements are pretty absolute and the Kuga is the larger vehicle.
I take your point, although you didn’t actually make it, that it is not as practical. But then again you are comparing an MPV to a jacked up hatchback. And technically the rear bench in the Kuga can not only be folded but also removed. Difference is that it is with screws. In my daughters golf all it took was two screws and voila lift out the rear bench.
no , it was the 2.0 tdci , good engine but deffo not the most refined , the old 2.5 petrol engine was a Volvo lump and a beast , god knows who makes that new 2.5 petrol , what was it , 110bhp in the name of economy !!! , I’ve got a 1.6 petrol that has nearly double that