Ford Figo Review: Value for Money Deal?

The large hexagonal lower grille, sloping roofline, big day-light opening and sculpted side panels give the new Ford Figo its signature look.

The all new aesthetically crafted Ford Figo has a confident stance that leaves a person in admiration. Photo: Ford India

Ford Figo is another success story by Ford India Private Limited in Chennai, India. Figo is subcompact automobile which is built upon the Mark V European Ford Fiesta hatchback, Figo is additionally sold in many developing countries. You can know about Ford Figo from the brief description given below, but if you want to view its full specs and other details, you can check

A Change for Everyone

Bold, enigmatic and a head turner, the all new Ford Figo is ready to hit the roads. Kinetic Design, intelligent features like Bluetooth and best-in-class Ride and Handling, make it a smart choice for your daily tussle with the road.


The Ford Figo is rolls out in two engine variants petrol and diesel variants, both of them are equipped with a five speed manual transmissions and power steering as customary. Individually both the engines, in both the forms, meet with the BS-IV (Bharat Stage – IV) emission standards.

Figo’s diesel model is fitted out with the same 1.4L engine which is at present operational in other cars namely the Ford Ikon and Ford Fiesta and the Indian petrol version is fitted with a 1.2L engine that has a maximum power of 71 PS @ 6250 rpm with a torque power of 102 NM @ 4000 rpm.

Figo has got 16 valves on it with a DOHC that has a brilliant displacement of 1196 cc. It can hold 45 litres of fuel in its tank and can achieve a top speed of 150 kmph on both the versions. Now that’s something, isn’t it!


Figo is not only about power but it is also about style and comfort. It has dynamic interiors with smart options like Bluetooth and best-in-class Drive and Control mark which is a sensible selection for those who struggle every day with the street.

You can have complete safety inside Figo with its best in class safety feature which looks something like this: A 3 point seatbelts for front and rear seats, lap straps in rear centre, laminated windscreen, central locking, programmable keyless entry, auto cut off rear defogger, anti-lock braking system with EBD to shoo off those regular jerks while braking, dual front air bags that automatically opens up in times of collision and PATS (Passive anti-theft system).

Its real luxury is in its comfort and convenience features such as air conditioning to beat off the heat in summers and a heater for your cold winters. Other features such as height adjuster for driver, adjustable outside mirrors (electric), six speed variable intermittent front wipers are something that will give make your driving worth it.

Figo owners can also enjoy good music with four speakers that support CD/MP3/Aux in and radio with audio controls mounted on the steering wheel.


With body coloured front and rear bumpers and both sides outside mirrors, Figo is stylish inside and also outside. It has full wheel covers for its alloy wheels.

Outside mirrors are beautifully done with its body colours; same applies for their door handles. It also sports chrome finisher on radiator grille with side repeaters also in chrome finisher style.

The 2012 facelift encloses modified headlamps and back lights. Front Chrome Grille and Fender improve to the appearance whereas wide-eye resembling headlamps and lustrous new tail lamps provide the car a belligerently trendy and graceful posture.

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