PAID PROMOTION ON BEHALF OF HAYNES PUBLISHING
Haynes Publishing has this month released a new Owner’s Workshop Manual which deconstructs and demystifies the Ford Kuga 2013-2020 model.
The latest manual from Haynes covers the second generation model of the Ford Kuga. It includes 2WD and 4WD Ford Kuga models with the 1.5-litre (1499cc) EcoBoost petrol engine, 1.5-litre (1499cc) and 2-litre (1998cc) DuraTorq diesels.
The Ford Kuga (62-69 reg) Owner’s Workshop Manual is available in print and online manual formats. The online manual adds full colour images, how-to videos, and the ability to access the service and repair information on your PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone. The printed manual is priced at £22.99, with the Online Manual priced at £20 per manual for one-year access.
Also released in plenty of time for the Christmas gifting season are the 2021 editions of Haynes’ best-selling Diaries. Available again in two sizes, the A4 (approx) Desk Diary and A5 (approx) Diary, the Haynes diaries take a different approach this year with the larger of the two focused on cars while the smaller diary takes motorcycles as its inspiration.
The Haynes Desk Diary, now in its 16th year, has a cult following and sells in big numbers every year. The Sun calls it ‘a diary with a difference’, Classic Cars magazine describes it as ‘a great idea… fun, useful’, and Practical Classics magazine praises it as ‘a busy classic fan’s must-have’.
Both diaries feature week-to-view presentation on high-quality paper, and featuring classic cutaway diagrams from the company archives and appendices of useful dates and automotive-related data. It’s the perfect gift for car enthusiasts. The Desk Diary has an RRP of £12.99; the Diary is £7.99.
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