Both the cars fall in C segment of sedans, if you look as a overall package the Etios make more sense as it cost lesser, returns better mileage and being a Toyota car it also has better brand value and aftersales services.
Ford Classic is a good car and even if the car is discontinued Ford will keep its parts for at least the next decade. In comparison to Etios it may be an old car but it can easily match Etios performance and comfort. Though, if you are planning to buy any one of these we will suggest you to wait until Ford launches its next car, the Figo Aspire. Know more about Ford Aspire: http://www.cardekho.com/carmodels/Ford/Ford_Figo_Aspire
The has been no such announcements from Ford motors on this. So the model is not being phased out in near future. But, yes eventually the model would certainly be phased out, but when is that going to happen is not certain.
No matter a car discontinue or not, the manufacturer makes the parts available for a good 8-10 years after it is being discontinued and as manufacturer uses the same engine in multiple models, there is a higher probability that you can get engine parts easily.