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Key Specs of Ford Aspire

Mileage (upto)26.1 kmpl
Engine (upto)1498 cc
Boot Space359 Litres

Aspire Latest Update

Latest update: Ford has launched the Blu Edition cosmetic package for the Aspire. Find out the prices and details here.

Ford Aspire Price and Variants: The Ford Aspire is priced in the range of Rs 5.81 lakh to Rs 8.96 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). It can be had in a choice of five variants: Ambiente, Trend, Trend+, Titanium and Titanium+ with both petrol/CNG and diesel engines. 

Ford Aspire Engine, Transmission and Mileage: The Ford Aspire is powered by a 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder petrol (96PS/120Nm), a 1.5-litre petrol (123PS/150Nm) and a 1.5-litre diesel (100PS/215Nm) engine. While a 5-speed manual is standard with the Aspire, the 1.5-litre petrol is exclusively available with a 6-speed torque converter automatic. The Ford Aspire delivers claimed mileage figures of 20.40 kmpl (petrol) and 26.10kmpl (diesel).

Ford Aspire Safety: The Ford Aspire comes with dual front airbags and ABS with EBD as standard. Apart from this, the Aspire offers up to six airbags, ESP, traction control, programmable key, auto climate control, Bluetooth connectivity and more. 

Ford Aspire Rivals: The Ford Aspire rivals the likes of the Honda Amaze along with the Maruti Suzuki Dzire, Hyundai Xcent, Volkswagen Ameo and the Tata Tigor.  

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Ford Aspire price list (Variants)

Ambiente1194 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmplRs.5.81 Lakh*
Ford Figo Aspire Ambiente CNG1194 cc, Manual, CNG, 20.4 km/kgRs.6.27 Lakh*
Trend1194 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmplRs.6.46 Lakh*
Ambiente Diesel1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 26.1 kmplRs.6.82 Lakh*
Trend Plus1194 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmplRs.6.86 Lakh*
Ford Figo Aspire Trend Plus CNG1194 cc, Manual, CNG, 20.4 km/kgRs.7.12 Lakh*
Titanium1194 cc, Manual, Petrol, 19.4 kmpl
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Rs.7.26 Lakh*
Trend Diesel1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 26.1 kmplRs.7.26 Lakh*
Ford Figo Aspire Titanium Blu1194 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.4 kmplRs.7.51 Lakh*
Trend Plus Diesel1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 26.1 kmplRs.7.66 Lakh*
Titanium Plus1194 cc, Manual, Petrol, 19.4 kmplRs.7.71 Lakh*
Titanium Diesel1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 26.1 kmpl
Top Selling
Rs.8.06 Lakh*
Ford Figo Aspire Titanium Blu Diesel1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 25.5 kmplRs.8.31 Lakh*
Titanium Plus Diesel1498 cc, Manual, Diesel, 26.1 kmplRs.8.51 Lakh*
Titanium Automatic1497 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 16.3 kmplRs.8.96 Lakh*
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Ford Aspire Review

Comfortable, spacious and presentable, Ford’s Aspire has a lot going for it. However, it lacked competent petrol engines and the features list felt dated vs the newer competition. Now, though, it has received some significant updates to make the petrol Aspire more appealing and the tech package more compelling.

Does the new petrol engine finally make the Aspire petrol an option worth considering? And with the market again shifting towards petrol, has Ford played it smart by giving importance to petrol engines again?

The Aspire diesel was preferred over the petrol for its exciting driving dynamics. But with the new 1.2-litre petrol, Ford has truly multiplied Aspire’s abilities as it now delivers the Ford experience while keeping everyday needs firmly in focus. Moreover, no other car in its segment offers a petrol engine that is as powerful. Its main rival, the Maruti Suzuki Dzire makes 83PS compared to the Aspire’s 96PS. The K-series trumps Aspire’s TiVCT in terms of refinement. But, Aspire offers a strong mid-range (2500-3000rpm) whereas Dzire relies on top end power (4000-6000rpm). It is also engaging and fun to drive. 

Yes, it doesn’t offer the bragging rights of DRLs and projector headlamps but provides all that matters. You get a touchscreen infotainment system and climate control Trend+ onwards, along with ABS, dual airbags and rear parking sensors as standard. In the top-end variant it gets side and curtain airbags, SYNC3 (easily the best infotainment system in its segment) and a reversing camera. Plus, you get a car that can be a breeze to drive in the city and is fun in the corners. And with a starting price of Rs 5.55 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the Aspire is lighter on the pocket than the outgoing model. The pricing of the petrol Trend+ variant is similar to the older Trend variant and the new Trend+ is a massive step up from it.   


The 2018 Ford Aspire is an updated version of the car it replaces. The headlamps are similar to the ones we’ve seen on the freestyle. The silver headlamp surrounds have been binned in favour of a smoked finish. There’s a generous amount of chrome on the front grille which is now sleeker and features a honeycomb-type pattern. And then, thanks to some more chrome on the bumper, the car looks more premium. But we think, going by its sporty nature, an all-black grille would’ve worked better. Overall, the proportions are the same and the familiarity does work in the car’s favour. At the rear, it gets updated taillamps with revised detailing and a redesigned bumper.

It also gets 15-inch wheels compared to 14-inch ones of the old car. These, however, are available with the Titanium variants only. The 15-inch wheels do add a bit of muscle to the car and give it a more upmarket appeal.

Exterior Comparison

Hyundai XcentMaruti DzireHonda AmazeFord Aspire
Length (mm)3995mm3995mm3995mm3995mm
Width (mm)1660mm1735mm1695mm1704mm
Height (mm)1520mm1515mm1501mm1525mm
Ground Clearance (mm)165mm163mm170mm174mm
Wheel Base (mm)2425mm2450mm2470mm2490mm
Kerb Weight (kg)-980kg1023kg1053-1080kg

Boot Space Comparison

Honda AmazeFord AspireMaruti DzireHyundai Xcent
Volume420Liters359 Litres378407-litres


The cabin, though not heavily updated, does get some new nifty features. The variant we drove was the top-of-the-line Titanium+ trim which now gets the new SYNC3 touchscreen infotainment system along with rain-sensing wipers and automatic headlamps. Buyers will be happy to note that Ford offers a touchscreen infotainment system and climate control from the Trend+ variant onwards. But SYNC3 is reserved for the Titanium+ variant only. The Titanium+ also gets two USB ports, while only one is offered from Ambiente to Titanium. In terms of safety, dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and rear parking sensors are offered as standard.

The SYNC3 system works seamlessly and features Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The touch is intuitive and the touch interface, coupled with physical buttons makes it relatively easier to operate while driving. Front seats are comfortable and offer better lumbar support than before. There is ample room in the rear to seat two adults in comfort and you now get adjustable headrests as standard too.

However, anyone over six feet in height will feel constrained for headroom and the narrow footwells up front also can be an issue for taller occupants, especially on the passenger side. The reason for that is the larger AC compressor that takes up quite a bit of room up front, eating into the footwell width. There are also no rear door pockets which are a big miss. On the bright side however, you do get a manically powerful AC which negates the need for rear AC vents.


The biggest change in the updated Aspire are the new petrol powertrains. Ford’s compact sedan now comes with the Dragon series petrol engines. The 1.5-litre TDCi diesel engine has been carried forward as is. So we will be focusing more on the new petrol powertrains.

The Dragon series 1.2- and 1.5-litre petrol engines have been carried over from the Freestyle and the EcoSport. The 1.5-litre engine makes 123PS of power and 150Nm of torque but it’s available with the 6-speed AT gearbox only. The 2018 Ford Aspire facelift we drove had the 1.2-litre 3-cylinder petrol engine that produces 96PS of max power and 120Nm of torque, which makes it one of the most powerful engines in its class. It is mated to a new Getrag 5-speed gearbox which, according to Ford, assists in providing a better fuel economy than before.

Although, it does need to be revved if you want to have fun, but the sweet spot lies just above 3000rpm that is not only approachable but also more forgiving on the consumption front. You only need to rev it all the way up to 6000rpm if you really intend to test the limits of the vehicle. At sedate speeds, it is equally well mannered and there is ample torque available to perform quick overtaking manoeuvres.

This is a major improvement compared to the old 1.2-litre engine that had to be revved hard even at low-medium speeds for overtakes. While it isn’t as peppy as the Dzire petrol, it does come close. 0-100kmph takes 12.01 seconds vs the Dzire’s 11.88s. Even in the climb from 30-80kmph, the Aspire petrol takes 11.47 seconds vs the Dzire’s 10.39 seconds. That said, the Aspire doesn’t feel as engaging to drive as the Freestyle. The gearing is set on the taller side, so acceleration isn’t as brisk. This has been done in the interest of fuel efficiency and has worked. With a tested mileage of 15.92kmpl in city, it marginally betters the already frugal Dzire (15.85kmpl) but falls behind on the highway at 19.52kmpl vs the Dzire petrol’s 20.90kmpl. The end result? The Ford Aspire is no longer a diesel-only pick.

The 5-speed gearbox itself is a treat to use. The shifts are precise and the clutch is light. Third gear again, like for the diesel, is the car’s sweet spot where it can pull from 20kmph to 120kmph with ease.

The 1.5-litre diesel, on the other hand, makes a sprightly 100PS of max power and 215Nm of torque. This engine gets a new Getrag 5-speed gearbox too. Let’s talk about the diesel first. It retains its punchy nature and accelerates like a bullet as soon as the needle goes past the 1800rpm mark. Its acceleration is relentless and the 215Nm of torque makes itself felt in more ways than one. You can be in any gear and a gentle push on the throttle is all that’s needed to propel the car forward. Out on the highway, you can leave it in 5th and not worry about shifting down even if the speed drops to the lower fifties. You can also power out of corners in a gear higher than you normally would and the Aspire always responds with a bucketful of torque

The new Getrag transmission feels light and precise. Effort while shifting is minimal, though you do need to get used to the collar for putting into reverse. It is at its most versatile in third as it will pull from 30 to 110kmph with ease. It is equally comfortable sitting at triple-digit speeds and a dab of the right foot is enough to perform even the most unplanned of overtaking manoeuvres. It is still a treat to drive with ample torque at your disposal.

Ride and handling


Simply put, the ride is a considerable improvement over the old car. The upsized wheels on the Titanium do help in gliding over bumps. Both the petrol and diesel variants feel planted most of the time. All undulations are tackled with ease and there is little that can upset them. Even the rougher sections of road will pose little threat to the balanced suspension setup of the Aspire.

There are a few niggles though, the footwell feels a bit vibey, especially north of 80kmph. The rear feels a bit floaty at high speeds as well. The feeling is not intrusive or a deal breaker but it is present. There is a fair amount of tyre noise too that tends to creep into the cabin. This becomes especially prominent on rough tarmac, so state highways can be a noisy affair. In addition, you feel the vibe rather than hear them. Although, music does provide a good distraction.

The steering on both cars is quite sharp and precise. Turn ins are precise and you have decent feel from the tyres as well. The petrol, though, feels lighter than the diesel to chuck into corners. The driving experience overall is quite lively and a rare mix of a good ride and fun driving dynamics.

Performance Comparison (Diesel)

Ford AspireMaruti DzireHyundai XcentHonda Amaze
Torque (Nm)215Nm@1750-3000rpm190Nm@2000rpm190.24nm@1750-2250rpm200Nm@1750rpm
Engine Displacement (cc)1498 cc1248 cc1186 cc1498 cc
Top Speed (kmph)156 Kmph142.95kmph
0-100 Acceleration (sec)13.03 Seconds15.35 Seconds10.06 Seconds
Kerb Weight (kg)1053-1080kg980kg-1023kg
Fuel Efficiency (ARAI)26.1kmpl28.4kmpl25.4kmpl27.4kmpl
Power Weight Ratio-75.25bhp/ton-96.38bhp/ton

Performance Comparison (Petrol)

Ford AspireMaruti DzireHyundai XcentHonda Amaze
Torque (Nm)120Nm@4250rpm113Nm@4200rpm113.75nm@4000rpm110Nm@4800rpm
Engine Displacement (cc)1194 cc1197 cc1197 cc1199 cc
Top Speed (kmph)172 Kmph140 Kmph
0-100 Acceleration (sec)12.6 Seconds14.2 Seconds15 Seconds
Kerb Weight (kg)1016-1043kg885kg-921kg
Fuel Efficiency (ARAI)19.4kmpl22.0kmpl20.14kmpl19.5kmpl
Power Weight Ratio-92.42bhp/ton-94.20bhp/ton


On the safety front, the Figo Aspire is the only compact sedan to get 6 airbags in the top-spec Titanium+ variant. Dual airbags are standard across the range. It also gets ABS with EBD; and with the automatic, the Ford is equipped with hill-launch assist, traction control and ESP as well.


The Figo Aspire is offered in a total of 4 variants. The base variant is a no-frills version, but does get the essentials such as air-conditioning and dual airbags covered. The Ambiente variant also gets front power windows, rear fog lamps and auto-locking doors. If you are on an absolute budget, pick the Ambiente since it has a basic safety net in place, save for ABS.

The Trend variant gets some good features like front fog lamps, electrically adjustable wing mirrors and a 4-speaker audio system with steering mounted controls. It also gets indicators on the wing-mirrors and rear power windows.

The Titanium spec adds ABS with EBD, alloy wheels, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, power folding ORVMs and in the automatic version, gets ESP, HLA and traction control too. The top-spec Titanium+ variant is fully-loaded, getting goodies such as a side and curtain airbags, a 4.2-inch screen for the music system and voice commands as well.

Pros & Cons of Ford Aspire

Things We Like

  • Punchy diesel engine is sure to put a smile on your face. Among the most fun to drive small sedans
  • Clutch, steering and gear action is light. Makes it super easy to drive inside the city
  • Well-loaded lower variants. You don't need to spend big bucks to get a well-loaded car
  • Comfortable ride quality gobbles up potholes and broken surfaces

Things We Don't Like

  • Missing features such as projector headlamps, daytime running lamps, leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • Headroom continues to be an issue, especially for those around 6ft tall
  • No top-spec petrol automatic on offer. No diesel-auto combo either

Stand Out Features

  • Pros & Cons of Ford Aspire

    Side and curtain airbags are exclusive to the Aspire in this segment. 

  • Pros & Cons of Ford Aspire

    6.5-inch touchscreen is among the best in class. Easy to use, snappy response and great clarity. 

  • Pros & Cons of Ford Aspire

     Emergency assist: In case of a mishap, the SYNC 3 system automatically sends your GPS location to emergency services through a connected smartphone. 

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  • My great and solid companion.

    Firstly it's a very well-priced car which undercuts the competition. It's having a Peppy 95 BHP 3-cylinder petrol engine which is much improved over the earlier lethargic...Read More

    On: Jun 25, 2019 | 23 Views
  • Best Car

    You can't beat Ford Figo Aspire in any segment whether its engine, AC, performance, music system, or anything else. People think it is very costly to afford a Ford car, b...Read More

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    Ford Figo Aspire is an excellent car, good power and mileage. Best in the segment. I have been using the car for more than a year. Its performance is awe-inspiring. Good ...Read More

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  • Aspire is good car...

    I am driving the car new Figo Aspire 1.2 petrol..758km to full tank .. I got 18.2 average measure ..all over ...on highway good mileage.. normally speed 80 to 90 km/h...t...Read More

    On: Jun 26, 2019 | 29 Views
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    Nice car Ford Aspire and feeling good when I drive that car, so simply, looks a perfect car and I feel good and safe in Ford.

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  • Just like a hourse . This thrumbs the road

    I am using my ford aspire since last year. I can just say it's superb. I have been to Himalayas n very high places in this best car. I'm getting about 22kmpl with fully l...Read More

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    On: Jun 24, 2019 | 23 Views
  • Unmatched features and strengths

    The best car in the compact sedan segment, ford's unmatched safety, strength, and comfort. Go for it without giving any second thought.

    Sandeep Sharma
    On: Jun 21, 2019 | 20 Views
  • A Nice Car

    This is a nice car. The features are amazing. The driving is really nice. 

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    On: Jun 26, 2019 | 4 Views
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  • Absolute Black
    Absolute Black
  • Oxford White
    Oxford White
  • Smoke Grey
    Smoke Grey

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  • 2018 Ford Aspire Facelift: First Drive Review

    Does a new engine make the new Ford Aspire petrol a car worth considering? We find out

    By CarDekhoOct 08, 2018
  • Ford Aspire: First Drive Expert Review

    The entry level sedan segment has evolved to be one of the most important segments in the Indian market scene and not without a reason. You already have some big players slugging it out here and now Ford has decided to jump in as well with an all-new car, the Ford Aspire.

    By AbhishekJul 15, 2015

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    There are ample of options available in the market in terms of best available sedan cars. Some of the most famous options being Maruti Dzire, Tata Tigor, Ford Aspire, Hyundai Xcent, Hyundai Verna, Maruti Ciaz, Honda Amaze, Honda City, Skoda Rapid, Skoda Octavia, Honda Civic, Toyota Yaris, Hyundai Elantra, Audi A3, Volkswagen Vento, and Volkswagen Ameo, etc. Moreover, you may check out the link given below and add filters to the link given below so that you may search the car according to your requirements.Click here for the options: click here

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      May 3, 2019 12:20:44 AM

      February car sales 500 unit why so less sale...as car is good going..

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        Ford Aspire Price in India

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        MumbaiRs. 6.86 - 10.48 Lakh
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