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Ford NZ rolls into 2013 off of a successful 2012

Gearing up for big year ahead and new arrivals; Fiesta ST, Ford Kuga and Transit Custom

• Highly anticipated Fiesta ST delivers impressive performance and fuel efficiency with the 1.6-litre EcoBoost engine

• Fiesta to be available with award-winning 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine – which combines agility and affordability with fuel economy

• All-new Ford Kuga arrives in 2013 with smart technology like ‘hands-free’ tailgate and the segment’s highest 5 star safety rating yet from Euro NCAP

• Class leading in almost every category, the All-new Transit Custom is set to change the van landscape

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