Ford India today dispatched the Figo programmed in the country at an early on beginning cost of Rs 7.75 (ex-display area). Accessible two or three variations – Titanium and Titanium+ – the new Ford Figo programmed cost goes up to Rs 8.20 lakh (ex-display area).
Ford had before ended the programmed transmission back in 2020. Presently, the producer has once again introduced the programmed transmission for Figo. It is accessible with the Titanium variation and Ford has presented another Titanium+ variation. The costs of the Figo AT begins at Rs. 7.75 lakhs ex-display area. The programmed transmission is gotten from the Ecosport and is a 6-speed unit.
The new 6-speed force converter programmed gearbox on the Figo has been combined to the current 1.2-liter three-chamber petroleum motor on the hatchback. This motor produces 96hp and 119Nm of force, which makes the Figo more impressive than every one of its opponents. The diesel motor on the Figo doesn’t get a programmed gearbox alternative.
In contrast to the EcoSport, which gets paddle shifters, this gearbox on the Figo highlights a ‘Select Shift’ mode that can be utilized to physically control the cog wheels. There’s a flip change on the gear switch that can be utilized to switch around and down the cog wheels. It’s anything but a Sport mode that, as per Ford India, improves gear shifts for better execution.
Being offered on the Titanium and Titanium+ manages, the Figo programmed comes stacked with highlights, for example, a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment with inserted route, FordPass associated application, programmed cooling, electrically movable ORVMs, tallness customizable driver’s seat, press button start, downpour detecting wipers, auto headlamps and distant keyless section. Eminently, it actually passes up the SYNC infotainment programming, just as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay network.
Security is concealed by to six airbags, back stopping camera, ABS with EBD, ESC, foothold control (portion restrictive) and even slope dispatch help. The programmed forms of the Figo likewise get another double tone plan for the 15-inch amalgam wheels.
The Ford Figo programmed goes facing the programmed forms of the Maruti Suzuki Swift (Rs 7.01 lakh – Rs 8.56 lakh, ex-display area) and the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios (Rs 6.62 lakh – Rs 8.30 lakh, ex-display area). It’s intriguing to take note of that the Swift and the Nios are both offered with 5-speed AMT gearbox, and accordingly, the Figo has the edge with a more complex force converter unit.