Recently, we brought you a detailed comparison of the real-world fuel efficiency between the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios and the Ford Figo. Although, fuel economy is of utmost importance, the cabin of a car is where you spend most of your time in. So, here's a quick comparison of the interior dimensions of both these compact yet fun-to-drive hatchbacks.
Hyundai launched the new Grandi10 in the form of the Nios, which goes up against the Ford Figo Blu. The diesel Nios gets a 74bhp three-cylinder engine, while the Figo is a more powerful oil-burner with a 99bhp four-cylinder unit. We've driven both cars and there's a great deal we've told you about it in our comparison test. Here in this story we are going to highlight the performance figures of these hatchbacks.
Ford has announced that the launch of its first service which involves self-driving cars, has been postponed from 2021 to 2022.
The company added that the decision was made given the challenges of the current business environment. In short, Ford has had to re-evaluate long-term impacts of COVID-19 on consumer behaviour, to arrive at this conclusion.
Making a purchase decision is truly tricky, and one of the major deciding factors is fuel economy. So here, we pit the only compact diesel hatchbacks on offer in India, the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios and the Ford Figo (both manual versions), and take a look at their real-world fuel efficiency figures.