The 1.7-liter Ford MHA / MHB or 1.7 Zetec SE 125ps engine was assembled from 1997 to 2001 and was installed only on the original Puma sports coupe, based on the Fiesta hatchback. A limited series of 500 units came out boosted to 155 hp and 162 Nm version of the engine.
The Ford Puma is a small coupe passenger car manufactured by the Ford Motor Company between 1997 and 2002. Production was carried out in the German city of Cologne, supplied to the European market. The modified and augmented Ford Fiesta IV platform was used as a model base. After 2002, the car was modified to a 2-seater Ford StreetKa, while retaining its base, suspension system and transmission. Ford Puma has received numerous awards in different autonomies.