Ford Figo

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Things We Like in Figo
  • Top notch safety features including class-leading 6 airbags, traction control, ESP and hill start assist
  • Powerful engines as compared to rivals
  • Comfortable ride quality and most fun to drive car
Things We Dont Like in Figo
  • Major features missing such as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, rear ac vents, front armrest, etc.
  • Lack of proper rear headroom
  • Petrol automatic available only in the mid variant

Price List of Figo

Variant Price Specifications  
Ambiente Diesel ₹ 5.95 Lakh*
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1498 cc, 99 bhp, Manual, Diesel
Trend Diesel ₹ 6.86 Lakh*
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Titanium Diesel ₹ 7.25 Lakh*
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Titanium Blu Diesel ₹ 7.85 Lakh*
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Ambiente ₹ 5.39 Lakh*
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Trend ₹ 5.99 Lakh*
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Titanium ₹ 6.35 Lakh*
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Titanium Blu ₹ 6.95 Lakh*
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Titanium AT ₹ 7.70 Lakh*
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1497 cc, 121 bhp, Automatic, Petrol
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Ford Figo Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

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Review of Figo

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Ford India introduced its cash cow Figo back in the year 2010 which later became its best-selling model the country. After 5 years of time, the company decided to give the next generation update to this model and during this tenure, it managed to get the right number of faithful customers selling about 3 lakh units. Now with the change in trend and both Hyundai and Maruti updated their respected models Grand i10 and Swift, it was time for some action from Ford. The carmaker has recently launched 2019 Figo in a bid to counter the likes of its rivals and give something fresh to its customers. The new Figo gets minor cosmetic updates along with interior tweaks bringing the car in line with the current model line-up including Aspire and Freestyle. Besides, the standard safety aspects have also been updated while the car gets new engine options as well.
Talking about the exteriors, Ford Figo remains one of the sporty choices in its segment. This time around, the car gets blackened mesh grille in the top end variant. The vehicle gets new multi-reflector smoked headlamps which are borrowed from Aspire sedan while the front and rear bumpers have been updated to go in line with the exterior changes. The side profile remains identical except a few tweaks in the form of 15-inch alloy wheels, black decals, blackened ORVM and contrasting roof. The other variants gets chrome mesh grille and 14-inch silver alloy wheels with the base model getting the steel wheels only.
The alterations at the rear are subtle with the dual-tone bumper and the decals on the bootlid which gives a hint to the onlookers that the car being driven is top spec variant. Dimensionally, the car remain the same measuring 3941mm in length, 1704mm in width, 1525mm in height while the wheelbase stands at 2490mm. The 2019 Ford Figo also gets new dual toned Oxford White with black roof and White Gold colour options added to the list. Other colours in the list include Smoke Grey, Moondust Silver, Ruby Red, Absolute Black, Oxford White and Deep Impact Blue.
From the inside, the car maintains the basic dashboard layout of the earlier model. However, it gets new elements such as floating touchscreen and a new leather-draped steering wheel. The car also get stylish blue strokes across the cabin for sporty feel. Other essentials such as instrument cluster and the central console are unchanged. The new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment unit now comes with 4-speakers but sadly, this is not the same unit working in Aspire sedan and lacks Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a feature that should be there in such a car. However, the good thing is that the car gets automatic headlamps, push engine start/stop button and rain sensing wipers. Other comfort features include automatic air conditioner, power adjustable ORVMs, electric boot release and steering mounted controls.
The new Figo now comes with three engine options; a 1.5L diesel, 1.2L and 1.5L petrol powertrains. The petrol engines are new additions to the list, borrowed from sibling Aspire and EcoSport. The carmaker has also introduced Getrac-sourced 6-speed torque converter and 5-speed manual transmission in these engines. The 1.2L petrol engine produces 96PS and 120Nm of max torque, paired to 5-speed manual transmission. The more powerful 1.5L one makes 123PS and 150Nm of torque, mated to 6-speed torque converter. On the other hand, the diesel unit though remain the same but the 5-speed manual transmission is brand new. The engine makes 100PS and 215Nm of torque. The carmaker claims 20.4kmpl and 16.3kmpl for the 1.2L and 1.5L petrol engines and 25.5kmpl for the diesel engine respectively.
As far as safety is concerned, all the variants of Figo now gets dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, speed alert system, rear parking sensors and seatbelt reminder. This has been done to comply with the existing safety norms. What’s more interesting is that the top end variant gets first in class 6 airbags and other safety aspects such as ESP, traction control system, hill launch assist and rear parking camera.
In terms of pricing, the new Ford Figo now starts at Rs. 5.15 lakh and goes up to 8.09 lakh for the petrol variants. The diesel variants start at Rs. 5.95 lakh while the top of the range is tagged at Rs. 7.75 lakh, ex-showroom. The car goes against established rivals in the segment including Maruti Suzuki Swift, Volkswagen Polo and Hyundai Grand i10.


Ford has kept entire cabin settings intact except a few changes. The first thing that grabs attention is the revised central console which has now been uncluttered with the addition of sleek-looking 7-inch touchscreen panel. The unit which stands on the top of the dashboard has been finished in piano black. The cabin is adorned in all-black scheme, everything from the dashboard to headliner are all draped in black. The blue strokes across the cabin make a long lasting impression. These include blue accents on the door that fairly complement the exterior theme and the dark upholstery featuring contrasting blue stitching.
The dark theme of the cabin gives the passenger a sporty feel inside but some may find it slightly claustrophobic. The black headliner looks awesome, however it is only available in the top variant as the lower and middle one gets lighter headliner. Although the cabin hasn’t been thoroughly updated, it has been given stylish changes to make the car look contemporary and on par with the competitors. The new 7-inch capacitive touchscreen panel which is the same unit working in Aspire and Freestyle.
Unfortunately, unlike the siblings, the touchscreen unit doesn’t get Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and SYNC3 which is a bit of a downside in such a premium car. The screen is also not as bright and slick as the SYNC3 unit, however, it is responsive and comes with in-built navigation and Bluetooth connectivity along with provision for displaying feeds from the rear parking camera. With all these changes, the car still needs improvements in many areas. For example, the rear door lacks facility for holding water bottle or nothing for storing knick knacks.
Further, the instrument cluster despite getting new graphics and new informative multi-information display, still looks a bit out dated. The steering wheel doesn’t get reach adjustment and there isn’t any armrest for the driver, not even in the top end variant. There are no rear ac vents however the air conditioner does the job of cooling the entire cabin pretty quickly and efficiently. Due to low height, the rear headroom is limited and if you are 6-feet tall, you will be asking for more.
Other comfort aspects include power adjustable ORVMs, push engine start/stop button, driver seat height adjustment, automatic headlamps, electric boot release, rain sensing wipers and leather wrapped steering wheel that comes with mounted audio controls. In terms of storage and utility, you do get map pockets, 12V power point at the front and rear package tray.


The updates at the outside for the new Figo had already been previewed with the launch of Aspire and Freestyle last year. And this time around, the most surprising element is the top spec Titanium Blu model that comes with a whole lot of alterations and looks much like the earlier S model. The front profile has seen the majority of the changes with sharper look than the earlier version. The previous grille with horizontally placed slats has now been replaced by mesh pattern with the Blu variant getting glossy black finishing and the lower Titanium version offering chrome.
The headlights remain the same multi-reflector units but now gets smoked finishing featuring a bit different detailing inside. The air dam beneath is now sleeker and wider in appearance while the fog lamp enclosure feature blue accents in the top Titanium Blu variant compared to the chrome accents in the Titanium variant. The side profile is reminiscent to the earlier model save the blue and black decals and the Aspire sourced multi-spoke alloy wheels finished in gloss black. The roof this time around gets contrasting black paint job enhancing the sporty quotient while the ORVM also gets glossy black finishing to spruce up the profile.
The flashy orange shade which was on offer before has now been replaced by new White Gold colour which was first introduced in new Aspire sedan. Moving at the back, the alterations here are limited with the new dual-tone bumper being an exception. To differentiate between the top spec Blue variant from the regular ones, the carmaker has given decals on the boot lid which it looks sportier. What’s good this time around is the inclusion of rear parking sensors as a standard fitment, so you will get to see those circular elements at the back.
If the rear spoiler was not there, the new model would look like the earlier version. Overall, the new aesthetic changes in the Figo have extended its life in the Indian auto space. And in particular, the Blu variant has really amped up the game.

Mileage Running Cost

In terms of fuel economy, the car is still one of the best and if we look from the powerful engine perspective, the fuel efficiency is excellent. The petrol powered Figo returns 20.4kmpl as compared to the previous 18.16kmpl while the diesel one on the other hand can give ARAI certified mileage of 25.5kmpl as against 25.83kmpl in the earlier model.

Comfort Suspension

Ford has increased the size of the wheels in the top-spec Titanium Blue variant. The car now rides on new 15-inch wheels shared from Aspire as compared to 14-inch wheels in the pre-facelift model and the new lower Titanium model. The 195/55 15-inch tyres are chubbiest in the segment offering improved ride quality. Moreover, the increase in size helps in floating over bumps and thumps smoothly and helps the car remain stick to the ground most of the time.
The carmaker has also fiddled with the suspension system. The Titanium Blu now doesn’t get stiffer suspension as was on offer earlier. The suspension has been tweaked to cope well with the Indian road conditions offering a mature ride quality. However, sometimes the car can feel slightly bumpy as is the case with sibling Aspire and Freestyle. But these minor things aren’t deal breaker.
As far as steering is concerned, it is precise with sharp turn-ins and you get excellent feedback from tyres. The 30kg of lesser kerb weight in the petrol Figo further helps the car in chucking into the corners. Overall, the new Figo sticks to its root for providing excellent driving dynamics and improved substantially from the earlier model.

Engine Performance

The most crucial update in the Figo facelift comes in the form of new petrol engines derived from company’s latest Dragon family. The 1.2L and 1.5L engines are both 3-cylinder units with the former available with manual, the latter gets only the automatic transmission replacing the earlier dual-clutch automatic. The diesel engine remains the same unit but now comes with fresh 5-speed manual transmission. The 1.2L petrol engine is the same unit working Ford Freestyle and Aspire. It’s a significant improvement over the earlier 4-cylinder unit.
The new engine is not only punchier but also fuel efficient as well. The engine starts with a slight vibration and gets smooth within seconds. The motor is refined and given the norm in the segment the vehicle falls in, it returns a sweet noise when pushed hard. Initially, it isn’t that responsive as you would expect but that doesn’t mean you have to downshift frequently as the vehicle pulls up neatly in higher gears.
However, once you get around 3000rpm, the character changes and you will see that the car is eager to push ahead offering a meaty mid-range output. And as the case with the other naturally aspirated motors, this one also needs to be revved hard in order to get the most performance out of it. If you keep the engine in the mid-range sweet spot, the engine won’t let you complain. The power is delivered in a linear fashion and tractable manner until it touches the 7000rpm mark. On open stretches, the Figo has the ability to touch the three-digit speeds quickly.
The 1.5L diesel engine is the same working in For EcoSport and continues to shine with its absolute power and torque output, which is class leading. Right from the start, the diesel continues to pull without breaking any sweat and with minute turbo lag but that too is masked smartly. There is a strong surge of power around 1700rpm which is constant till 4000rpm. Here the new 5-speed transmission works much better than the earlier one with nimbler and more positive shifts adding to the fun-to-drive factor.

Braking Safety

The braking system is predictable with ample bite force that inspires confidence. The experience with the pedal is also positive. In terms of safety, sticking to the latest norms, Ford has now updated the standard safety kit in the new Figo which now include dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors and front seatbelts.
The top of the line variant comes equipped with class leading 6-airbags, electronic stability program, hill launch assist and traction control, all which are also first in the segment.

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