The Ford Figo is set to before long get a programmed gearbox choice. As we had first announced last year, the Maruti Swift opponent will get the choice of a 6-speed force converter programmed gearbox matched with the petroleum motor.
Not at all like on past emphasess where the programmed gearbox came combined with a bigger removal petroleum motor, this time around the unit – acquired from the EcoSport – is matched with the current 1.2-liter petroleum motor.
The 1.2-liter unit at present conveys 96hp and 119Nm of force and offers sound execution at high motor rates alongside having a solid mid-range however low end reactions are deficient. The new force converter could assist with concealing this powerless base end causing the vehicle to feel more responsive hush-hush.
As a short recap, the Figo was recently offered with programmed gearbox choices since its dispatch in 2015. At the hour of dispatch the petroleum programmed Figo was fueled by a 1.5-liter four-chamber petroleum motor conveying 110hp combined with a double grip programmed gearbox. At the point when the facelift showed up in 2019, this was supplanted by a force converter unit when Ford presented the more impressive 1.5-liter Dragon petroleum motor. This alternative however was dropped around the hour of the hatchback being moved up to meet BS6 standards.
The new petroleum programmed motor gearbox mix could almost certainly be offered on the mid-spec Titanium trim as with the facelifted BS4 hatchback however Ford could likewise offer the unit on the completely stacked model. Anticipate that the automatic gearbox variants should cost a reasonable premium over their manual partners.
The new Figo programmed will go facing opponents, for example, the Maruti Swift and Hyundai Grand i10 Nios. Both the Maruti and Hyundai are fueled by 1.2-liter petroleum motors that come matched with 5-speed AMT gearboxes on select variations. Portage is additionally preparing a refreshed EcoSport for the Indian marketwith the dispatch expected to happen not long from now.