August 8, 2011

Ford Figo

The Ford Figo is a small hatchback to facilitate on the outgoing European Fiesta platform. Ford has worked tough to craft the Figo enormously value competitive moreover in doing so, they have managed to place it rather strategically in the large hatchback segment. Design and style are typical Ford, with enough borrowed as of both the Fiesta and the Fusion. This car is available with either a petrol or diesel engine. It has the Ground Clearance of 168 mm and the Fuel Tank Capacity is 45 liter.

Interiors of Ford Figo
Figo gets totally brand new interior package which means a brand new device panel, seats and trim. Ford's Fusion has never been able to sell in good numbers even it was presented in diesel. Ford bets very high with Figo and wants to modify the whole circumstances in luxury small car market. Figo's interiors are very funky and multicolored which looks very fine and up to date in comparison to other cars in its segment. All models mark a black-themed interior, on Zxi and Titanium models, consumers also will be able to choose a coral red dyed instrument panel option. The gallant color theme are motivated by India’s colorful background and experience. Black finish looks much better in comparison to red. The centre console of Ford Figo is silver in matte finish and EXi, ZXi and Titanium variants comes with factory built-in dash integrated music system with four speakers. The top of the line variant "Titanium" also comes with Remote central locking, driver seat height adjustment, Bluetooth phone interface, ABS, EBD and Dual SRS Airbags.

Design & Style of Ford Figo
As of the front it is distinctive ford design - like the design of Ford Fiesta and Ikon in India - A large face air dam below the grille which gives Figo a very distinctive & forceful look. At the back Figo it resembles "Fusion" a lot with elevated mounted vertical tail lamps in D-pillar. All in all Figo looks extremely well-built and much better than Honda Jazz, Skoda Fabia and Maruti Ritz. But Hyundai i20 at rest leads the B+ hatchback segment due to its tremendous style, three engine options, roomy interiors and loads of features to play with which makes it a value for money deal.

Variants of Ford Figo
Ford Figo is presented in 8 variants, 4 of petrol and 4 of diesel:
PETROL - Ford Figo LXi, EXi, ZXi and Ford Figo Titanium.
DISEL - Ford Figo Diesel LXi, EXi, ZXi and Ford Figo Diesel Titanium.

The Top of the line "Titanium" variant of Ford Figo comes with:
- Body Coloured Bumpers                            
- Full Wheel Covers
- Body Coloured ORVMs
- Chrome Finish Radiator Grille           
- Air Conditioning
- Power Steering
- MP3 Player with 4 Speakers
- Bluetooth Phone Interface
- Rear Washer and Wiper
- Power Windows
- Remote Central Locking
- Remote Boot Opener
- Remote Fuel Lid Opener
- Driver Seat Height Adjustment
- Removable Parcel Tray
- Rear Defogger
- ABS with EBD
- Dual SRS Airbags

Engine Options
Ford Figo has been launched with 2 engine options:
- 1196cc DuraTec Petrol - 70 Bhp
- 1399cc DuraTorq Diesel - 68 Bhp
The diesel engine is the same 1.4 liter 68 Bhp motor that powers the Ikon & Fiesta saloons. The petrol engine is the all new all-aluminum 1.2-litre petrol motor which is essentially a scaled-down version of Sigma petrol engines that power the Fiesta saloon. It generates maximum power of 70 Bhp. Belonging to the same engine family, it shares common architecture like double overhead cams, four valves per cylinder an aluminum block.

Colour Variation
Figo is available in seven shades:
Diamond white, Panther black, Moondust silver, Chill, Sea grey, Squeeze and Colorado red.

Ford Figo is available from Rs 1.85 million to Rs 2.3 million in Nepali market.
Below is the Chart showing the Ford Figo Model's price in Nepalese Market.
Ford Figo EXI Diesel 2349000
Ford Figo EXI Petrol 1999000
Ford Figo LXI Diesel 2099000
Ford Figo LXI Petrol 1799000
Ford Figo Titanium Diesel 2599000
Ford Figo Titanium Petrol 2249000
Ford Figo ZXI Diesel 2449000
Ford Figo ZXI Petrol 2099000


  1. Hi, I’m Binay from Nepal. I love my Ford Figo Titanium (Petrol) bought recently. Now 2000 kms. Its great in all other aspects except these:
    1) Last time I left it for a week as I had to go outside of the city. When returned, the battery drained out completely. After that, I never had to leave it for more 7 days however I am afraid if it again happens. What could be the problem?
    2) Whenever it is required to climb bit hard, it is required to push more throttle in half clutch though half clutch is NOT recommended. While climbing and slow speed, without clutch, pushing throttle is worthless (Is it its ASL [Automatic Speed Limiter] blocking flow of oil?). Interestingly, with half clutch and good push in accelerator, it climbs well. Is anybody of you experiencing the same with pick up?
    3) In Kathmandu City (heavily crowded), it gives 9kml. Is this all right?
    4) Whenever there are more than 3/4 passengers and speed, no way in Kathmandu streets. You hit almost all medium sized speed breakers. I have to reduce speed toooo low (interestingly no collision) to pass over these bumps.

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  3. Ford Figo is not only a small car in India but is also a ray of hope for Ford Motors as it has placed the company on a track that was much needed from the auto firms perspective.

  4. After the huge success of Ford Fiesta and Ford Ikon in mid-sized sedan segment now auto major Ford plans to launch another stunning model Ford Figo in Indian market to make its position strong in premium hatchback segment also.

  5. Ford Figo is not only a small car in India but is also a ray of hope for Ford Motors as it has placed the company on a track that was much needed from the auto firm’s perspective.


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