Ford Quietly Revamps Variant Lineup of Figo, Aspire, and Freestyle - DETAILS INSIDE

by Chandrutpal Kashyap | 13/02/2021
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Ford has discontinued most of the lower trim levels of its three best selling models - the Figo, Aspire and Freestyle. They'll be available in just two or three variants now. Full story below.

Ford has quietly revamped the variants for its three most-affordable models in the Indian market. The Figo, Aspire, and the Freestyle now comes with a smaller lineup consisting of only two or three trim levels for each model. The automaker has also discontinued most of the lower trim levels, which is reflected in the revised pricing. All three models will be offered with diesel and petrol engines like before.


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Ford Quietly Revamps Lineups For The Figo, Aspire, And Freestyle

The Ford Figo is first, with its petrol-engined variant only coming in three trim levels – Ambiente, Titanium, and Titanium Blu. The diesel-powered variant of the Figo gets just two trim levels, Titanium and Titanium Blu. Prices for the petrol-engined variants range from Rs 5.64 lakh – Rs 7.09 lakh while the diesel-engined variants are priced between Rs 7.44 lakh and Rs 8.19 lakh, respectively.

The second vehicle to have a revised lineup is the Ford Aspire, which now comes in just two trim levels – Titanium and Titanium+ on both the petrol and diesel variants. The Ford Aspire is now priced between Rs 7.24 lakh and goes all the way up to Rs 8.69 lakh.

The Ford Freestyle is the third and last model to have gone through the lineup change and is now offered in a total of three trim levels. You can opt for the Titanium, Titanium+ or the Flair in both petrol or diesel engine options. Revised pricing for the Ford Freestyle range between Rs 7.09 lakh - Rs 8.89 lakh. Do note that all prices mentioned are ex-showroom.


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Ford Quietly Revamps Lineups For The Figo, Aspire, And Freestyle

All three models come with the same 1.2-litre petrol engine and a1.5-litre diesel unit. The former produces 95 PS and 119 Nm of peak power and torque, respectively, while the oil burner churns out a max power output of 100 PS and peak torque of 215 Nm. Both engines can be had mated to a 5-speed manual transmission only.

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