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March 6, 2017: Global NCAP crash tested the Ford Figo Aspire, which has received an overall safety score of three stars for adult occupants and two stars for children. It was the dual airbag variant of the car that was tested. The car doesn't get safety tech like pretensioners in the front seatbelts or ISOFIX anchorages for child booster seats.
The Figo Aspire is Ford's first offering in the packed subcompact sedan segment which has models such as the Maruti Swift DZire, Honda Amaze and Tata Zest among others. It is available in both petrol and diesel guise, with a 1.2-litre petrol engine that makes 88PS of power and 112Nm of torque while the 1.5-litre diesel unit puts out 100PS and 215Nm of torque. Both engines are mated to a five-speed manual gearbox while a dual-clutch automatic transmission is offered with a 1.5-litre petrol engine that puts out 112PS and 145Nm of torque. While the manual and automatic variants return a fuel efficiency of 18.16kmpl and 17kmpl respectively, the diesel offers a claimed mileage of 25.83kmpl. Recently, the top three trims of the Aspire have seen in a reduction in prices – Trend, Titanium and Titanium +. The updated prices for the model now ranges between Rs 5.2 lakh and Rs 7.8 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). Ford has equipped the Trend variants of the Figo Aspire with ABS and EBD as standard.
I bought this car on 30 Oct 2015, Till now 13000 Km completed in in city, Highway and Ghat section area.Pros:1. Engine Capacity is 1500 CC which is bigger than other options available.2. Semi automatic drive: Vehicle is semiautomatic most of the people unknown with this feature, Vehicle speed accelerate at its own without pressing accelerator paddle, You can shit gear from 1-2-3-4-5 without using accelerator and vehicle will reach @ speed of 50 KMPH. Best advantage of this feature is for new read more 43
It was a difficult decision for me to switch to a diesel after driving a Petrol car for 7 years. The first thing that draw my attention was the stunning looks, but when I test drive the petrol version I was kind of decided to go for other manufacturer. Then the dealership requested me to test the diesel one which forced me to change my decision.
The first thing I was thrilled about the sheer acceleration (I think one of the best in this segment) and then the excellent sound proofing, you don read more 19
Look and Style:
Its look is best in the segment, give a premium class feel on the road as well as interior of car is best in class. Very stylish music system is provided which has many features.
1). After purchasing of car, I rode the car from Indore to Nagpur where I got 4 lane, 2 Lane high way, Ghat section, Jungle area, village etc. I did not feel any back pain during my 600 Kms journey.
2). I additionally fit neck support pillow which give me comfort throughout the journey.
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Following up on the success of the EcoSport, Ford has decided to take a stab at the fast-moving compact sedan segment with the Figo Aspire. While it borrows its name from the old Figo hatchback which was a dream for those who love to drive, make no mistake, this is an India-specific model. It’s been designed to match the needs of efficiency, affordability, features and looks. It brings a lot of segment firsts and offers a lot for a variety of customers.
Things We Like in Aspire
Safety - dual airbags standard, 6 airbags on the top-spec.
100PS diesel engine is frugal as well as fun to drive.
Styling – very well designed for a sub-4 metre sedan.
Things We Don't Like in Aspire
Interior quality could have been better.
Automatic not offered in the top-spec variant, thus misses out on some good-to-have features.
Petrol motor lacks punch. Weak highway performance.
Stand Out Features
6 airbags is a segment benchmark. Not offered in some cars from price segments above.
Ford MyKey: Programmable second key to set a speed limit; volume limit. Unique to the Aspire in its segment. Useful when you want to hand the car over to someone who’s just learnt how to drive.
The Ford Figo Aspire makes for a nice city commuter in its petrol guise and a great all-rounder in its diesel avatar. There are certain inconsistencies in quality both on the inside and out; but it isn’t a deal breaker in any manner. It’s a rare compact sedan that’s easy on the eyes and while it’s not a traditional Ford in terms of handling, it should be easy on the pocket in the real world too.
"Overall, the Figo offers good driveability, a long list of features, a good set of USPs and in many ways, undercuts cars that cost a lot more."
The petrol engines are refined and will lap up the city commutes with ease. If ‘fun to drive’ is a must-have on your checklist for the next car, the diesel is the one for you. Overall, the Figo offers good driveability, a long list of features, a good set of USPs and in many ways, undercuts cars that cost a lot more.
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.
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Following the growing demand for touchscreen infotainment systems in cars, Ford has begun R&D on their own touchscreen systems. These infotainment systems are most likely to be introduced in the Figo and the Figo Aspire facelift, due to be launched in 2018. Read Full News