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    Ford Figo

    Version
    Ambiente 1.2 Ti-VCT [2019-2020]
    City
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    ₹ 5.23 Lakh
    Last Recorded Price
    Ford Figo has been discontinued and the car is out of production

    Ford Figo Key Specifications

    Price₹ 5.23 Lakh onwards
    Mileage16 to 25.5 kmpl
    Engine1194 to 1499 cc
    Transmission
    Manual, Automatic & Automatic (TC)
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    Fuel TypePetrol & Diesel
    Seating Capacity5 Seater

    Ford Figo Summary

    Ford Figo Price:

    Ford Figo price starts at ₹ 5.23 Lakh and goes upto ₹ 8.37 Lakh. The price of Petrol variant for Figo ranges between ₹ 5.23 Lakh - ₹ 8.20 Lakh and the price of Diesel variant for Figo ranges between ₹ 6.23 Lakh - ₹ 8.37 Lakh.

    Ford Figo Versions:

    Figo is available in 16 variants. Out of these 16 variants, 13 are Manual, 1 are Automatic and 2 are Automatic (TC).

    Ford Figo Colours:

    Figo is offered in 5 colours: Ruby Red, Diamond White, Moondust Silver, Smoke Grey and White Gold. However, some of these colours are available in specific versions.

    Ford Figo Competitors:

    Figo is competing against Maruti Suzuki Swift, Tata Altroz, Maruti Suzuki Ignis, Volkswagen Polo, Hyundai i20, Toyota Glanza, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, Honda Jazz and Tata Tiago.

    Figo Price List in India (Versions)

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    VersionsLast Recorded PriceSpecificationsCompare

    Ambiente 1.2 Ti-VCT [2019-2020]

    ₹ 5.23 Lakh
    1194 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20.4 kmpl, 95 bhp
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    Ambiente 1.2 Ti-VCT

    ₹ 5.82 Lakh
    1194 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.5 kmpl, 95 bhp
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    Titanium 1.2 Ti-VCT MT [2019-2020]

    ₹ 6.00 Lakh
    1194 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20.4 kmpl, 95 bhp
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    Trend 1.2 Ti-VCT

    ₹ 6.09 Lakh
    1194 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.5 kmpl, 95 bhp
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    Ambiente 1.5 TDCi

    ₹ 6.23 Lakh
    1498 cc, Diesel, Manual, 25.5 kmpl, 99 bhp
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    Titanium Blu 1.2 Ti-VCT [2019-2020]

    ₹ 6.65 Lakh
    1194 cc, Petrol, Manual, 20.4 kmpl, 95 bhp
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    Titanium 1.2 Ti-VCT MT

    ₹ 6.82 Lakh
    1194 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.5 kmpl, 95 bhp
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    Titanium1.5 TDCi [2019-2020]

    ₹ 7.00 Lakh
    1498 cc, Diesel, Manual, 25.5 kmpl, 99 bhp
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    Trend 1.5 TDCi

    ₹ 7.16 Lakh
    1499 cc, Diesel, Manual, 24.4 kmpl, 99 bhp
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    Titanium Blu 1.2 Ti-VCT

    ₹ 7.27 Lakh
    1194 cc, Petrol, Manual, 18.5 kmpl, 95 bhp
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    Titanium Blu 1.5 TDCi [2019-2020]

    ₹ 7.65 Lakh
    1498 cc, Diesel, Manual, 25.5 kmpl, 99 bhp
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    Titanium 1.5 Ti-VCT AT

    ₹ 7.70 Lakh
    1497 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 16.3 kmpl, 121 bhp
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    Titanium 1.2 Ti-VCT AT

    ₹ 7.75 Lakh
    1194 cc, Petrol, Automatic (TC), 16 kmpl, 95 bhp
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    Titanium1.5 TDCi

    ₹ 7.92 Lakh
    1499 cc, Diesel, Manual, 24.4 kmpl, 99 bhp
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    Titanium Plus 1.2 Ti-VCT AT

    ₹ 8.20 Lakh
    1194 cc, Petrol, Automatic (TC), 16 kmpl, 95 bhp
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    Titanium Blu 1.5 TDCi

    ₹ 8.37 Lakh
    1499 cc, Diesel, Manual, 24.4 kmpl, 99 bhp
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    CarWale's Take on Ford Figo

    • Good Things
      • Powerful diesel engine
      • Smooth automatic gearbox 
      • Ride and Handling 
    • Could be Better
      • Dated interiors
      • Rivals offer better visibility
      • Rear seat comfort could be better

    Ford Figo Verdict

    With the new Figo, Ford has addressed the problem of the old car with the new petrol engine which is more powerful and the dashboard now looks modern and up to date. When you combine that with the core Figo strengths like comfortable ride and fun handling it makes for a very competitive hatchback.

    Ford Figo Review

    It puts a question of ‘too little, too late' or ‘better late than never’ as Ford has introduced an automatic version for the Figo in the 1.2-litre petrol engine. This is a torque converter, and in all respect, looks like a downgrade from the previous petrol-automatic combo Ford used to offer. But is it?

    Engine and Gearbox

    7 / 10

    Engine Shot

    Ford has plonked their familiar torque converter with Figo’s 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine. This Ti-VCT motor from the Dragon Family has a healthy output of 95bhp and is unchanged with the addition of the torque converter. Crank up the motor and it maintains a refined demeanour with no vibrations transferring into the cabin which are usually associated with a three-cylinder engine. Even though the torque output of 119Nm is accessible at 4250rpm, there’s a good amount of low-end grunt to keep the Figo AT moving at slow city speeds. 

    Left Front Three Quarter

    Off the mark, the motor remains silent and vibe free with no jerks or lurches once you pull it into D and get off the brake pedal. Get on the gas and it won’t let you feel underpowered for a city runabout. Under everyday driving conditions at steady throttle, the gearbox tends to shift at 2,500rpm and the shifts are unannounced and pretty smooth for a torque converter. Go hard on the accelerator pedal and it will hold on the gear up to 6500rpm redline. But it does get noisy and feels harsh if not vibey when doing so.

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    On the flip side, when pushed hard the relaxed nature of this motor becomes apparent as it takes its sweet time for hitting triple-digit speeds. Also, it needs to be worked around to get optimum performance from this petrol-auto combo. Unlike the TSI motor or the VVT that have punchy and peppy nature, respectively, this 1.2 Dragon engine performs at its finest when it’s driven accordingly.

    Right Side View

    For instance, a sudden overtake is not recommended. Instead, you have to plan the overtake way before executing it by getting the right revs and adjusting the gear and throttle position. That said, like in upshifts, the kick-down is jerk-free and inconspicuous as well. In our testing figures, the Figo automatic ran from standstill to 100kmph in a leisurely 14.28 seconds. Its in-gear acceleration from 20kmph-80kmph stood at 8.61 seconds and 40-100kmph at 12.44 seconds. To put things into perspective, the older 1.5-litre petrol Figo – which had a DCT automatic gearbox – did the same runs in 11.12 seconds, 6.58 seconds and 8.16 seconds, respectively.

    Right Rear Three Quarter

    Then there’s the S mode on the gear lever, and I would rather drive the Figo AT wholly in this mode all day. Here the gearshifts are held on up to the 3,000-3,500rpm mark, which in turn keeps the motor in the right rev-range for some enthusiastic drive.  And if you want to shift manually, there are toggle switches on the gear-lever which isn’t the best way, yet is ergonomic. 

    Ride and Handling

    8.5 / 10

    Left Side View

    There are no changes to the Figo Automatic when it comes to its ride and handling. It still is one of the most engaging hatchbacks you can buy thanks to its direct steering which respond well even to the smallest of inputs. Although the steering goes three-turn lock-to-lock, there’s barely any lag off-centre and even when you intend to throw it around the corner, there’s an ample amount of feedback to let you know what the front wheels are up to. It’s backed by a controlled body roll that adds to the confidence furthermore.

    Wheel

    Over small irregularities, the ride quality has a good amount of pliability, especially at low speeds. Even large potholes with sharper edges and ill-made speed breakers are taken astride with good composure. The ride gets even better as speed increases and remained flat over the monsoon ravaged roads we drove it on. There were little to no vertical movements over larger undulations either. On the flip side, we expected the brakes to have a tad more feel to add to Figo’s ‘driving involvement’ demeanour.

    Interior Space and Comfort

    6.5 / 10

    Dashboard

    In the all-black cabin of the Figo, you’d still find some last-gen bits that make it look dated. Although we think this interior is rather well-built and has aged well. You’d notice that the automatic gear lever is the same one that was offered in the older 1.5 Figo AT. Otherwise, there are no interesting changes to report here. Amongst its competition, the Figo boasts a spacious cabin that is laden with just enough bells and whistles to keep you from complaining.

    Instrument Cluster

    Atop the dashboard is a floating touchscreen with just the perfect dimension and touch-fluidity. Although it has limited information, it’s got inbuilt navigation and manual buttons below it so you don’t need to reach for the screen every time. Similarly, the instrument cluster retains the old-school layout with an analogue integrated into three circular segments. The monochromatic MID screen is something that’s not expected in a modern-day car though.

    Front Row Seats

    As for the seats, they are comfortable and offer support in all the right places. Even visibility upfront is good. Both the rows get an ample amount of headspace and shoulder room as well. Move to the back, and you can easily seat three medium-sized adults. But there’s no centre armrest, air vents or door pockets for the rear passengers. Lastly, the boot size of 257 litres isn’t large enough by competition standards, but it’s deep and practical enough. There’s no split seat here and the second row doesn’t fold flat either.

    Bootspace

    Features and Equipment

    6 / 10

    Instrument Cluster

    In this top-spec Titanium trim that we have here, the list of features includes push-button start, auto headlamps and rain-sensing wipers, auto-dimming IRVM, auto AC controls, and connectivity tech in the form of Ford Pass. Although compared to its rivals, a few feel-good features are amiss like LED lights or even DRLs, Android Auto and Apple Carplay, digital driver’s display, and a cooled glovebox to name a few. But it makes up for it by offering six airbags, traction control, ESC, rear parking sensors and reversing camera, hill hold and the three-star NCAP safety rating.

    Conclusion

    7 / 10

    Left Front Three Quarter

    The Ford Figo 1.2 Petrol Automatic now comes as yet another choice for someone looking to buy a hatchback with the convenience of a two-pedal setup amongst the mentionable rivals like Baleno, Polo, i20, Swift, and Grand i10 Nios. But compared to this lot, the Figo has a different charm that allures those who want a hatchback with good driving dynamics, spacious cabin and solid reliability. 

    Front View

    Surely though, compared to the new turbocharged generation of hatchbacks, this naturally-aspirated American might feel a tad slouch. It’s even slower than the older petrol-automatic version Ford had on sale for some time before it was discontinued owing to poor sales. 

    Right Rear Three Quarter

    But the Figo makes sense for someone who wants Ford’s driving dynamics and built-quality, its service and maintenance plans and doesn’t mind living with a few odd outdated features. The addition of the automatic with the petrol engine makes it a good city runabout with occasional highway jaunts thrown in, thus making it a jack-of-all.

    Pictures by Kaustubh Gandhi

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    Ford Figo Colours

    Ford Figo is available/sold in the following colours in India.

    Ruby Red
    Ruby Red

    Ford Figo Mileage

    Ford Figo mileage claimed by ARAI is 16 to 25.5 kmpl. The petrol version has a mileage of 16 to 19.31 kmpl. The diesel version has a mileage of 24.4 to 25.5 kmpl.

    Fuel TypeTransmissionARAI MileageUser Reported Mileage
    Petrol

    (1194 cc)

    Manual19.31 kmpl16.54 kmpl
    Diesel

    (1498 cc)

    Manual25.5 kmpl16.3 kmpl
    Diesel

    (1499 cc)

    Manual24.4 kmpl19.77 kmpl
    Petrol

    (1497 cc)

    Automatic16.3 kmpl16.3 kmpl
    Petrol

    (1194 cc)

    Automatic (TC)16 kmpl16.3 kmpl
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    Ford Figo User Reviews

    4.5/5

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    • Sturdy in design
      Driving experience is good felt like driving a SUV. Recommended for both off-road and on road. I suggest to add alloy wheels to feel much more better while steering. Good fuel economy.
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    • Ford Figo
      I Own a petrol car model 2018, Ford Figo freestyle with worst experience on average. Service guys fool you and just make money. Recently car had problem was not detecting key. I called company they told to replace key battery, I did which did not helped followed by a battery replacement which gave it a instant start but next morning same condition.The service guys could not find the problem and after a week keeping the vehicle under surveillance returned after solving the problem. But didn't tell what was the issue. Service adviser suggested to go for a another 2 year of extended warranty which I did may be up for some new disaster which they know .Overall just go for Maruti Suzukior a brand which is easily accessible for service and repairs.
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      Best price and money value car.Driving comfort same as i walking.I want to be perfect on my mind first that i got it from inside the car.Good customer service.
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    • Ford figo review
      Best car ever but the Harpreet service center did some kind of shady part service Until then the car was running perfectly Cars great the comfort is not match able The confidence you get while driving the diesel version Great for long drives
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    • Value for money
      Altogether the best car in the segment. After sales service is awesome and maintenance compared to other brands in same segment is very nominal. Handling of car is awesome which improves the driving experience.
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    FAQs About Ford Figo

    Q: What is the price of Ford Figo?

    Ford has stopped the production of Ford Figo. The last recorded price of Ford Figo is ₹ 5.23 Lakh.

    Q: Which is Figo Top Model?

    The top model of Ford Figo is Titanium Blu 1.5 TDCi and the last recorded price for Figo Titanium Blu 1.5 TDCi is ₹ 8.37 Lakh.

    Q: Which car is better between Figo and Swift?

    Ford Figo price starts at ₹ 5.23 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 1194cc engine. Whereas, Swift price starts at ₹ 5.91 Lakh ex-showroom and it comes with 1197cc engine. Compare the two models to identify the best car for you.

    Q: Is there a new coming up Figo?

    No, there is no running/upcoming Ford Figo.

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