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#1 dingdong1



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Posted 30 January 2011 - 10:45 AM

Iterseted in buying a new ford kuga, my local dealer has one coming in march. looking at spec there is SVP wirtten, when i asked the dealer what this ment he was a bit vuage in his response!! So if any one could kindly eplain what this means and also does is add anything to the car?


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#2 DanGull


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Posted 30 January 2011 - 10:55 AM

As far as I know it stands for Special Vehicle Provision - which normally means some kind of special adaption has been made to the car. This can be anything from driving assists for those with a disability to full blown conversion for use as emergency or roadside assistance vehicles.

However - in the Kuga's case it may well mean something else, because there are a huge number of them to be had for sale with SVP - I can't find anything specific in the specs of the Kuga to suggest what though.

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