Exterior Car looks very nice from all angels. There are a host of changes that give the Freestyle that unique, rugged persona it needs. This includes the tough-looking cladding, the faux matte-silver bash plates, and the stickering that runs along the side. It’s got a set of roof rails too, and here’s a pleasant.
Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Titanium+ variant that features Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and Ford’s SYNC 3 tech. The redesigned dash looks significantly more modern
here’s an added USB port next to the 12V socket, and that tiny shelf on the dash continues to be as useful as ever.
Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox The naturally aspirated, 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder engine might seem puny on the brochure. But, it’s got quite a lot of oomph. With 96PS of power and 120Nm of torque, the Freestyle is setting new benchmarks in its segment.
Ride Quality & Handling There are no spikes in the power delivery, just one consistent tug towards the 6800rpm redline. it sounds a bit naughty too. Once up at triple-digit speeds, the Freestyle has no problems maintaining the pace. In fifth, you can drop down to under 40kmph and then pull back up to highway speeds without a hiccup. And that tells us just how versatile the motor is.
Final Words I found it a perfect car after a lot of reasearch. I was looking for a car with ample of features, good milege, powerful engine and strong body and found all these in Freestyle.
Areas of improvement NA.