Ford launches Figo Aspire in Delhi

New Delhi, Aug 12 (IANS) Ford India on Wednesday launched its new compact sedan, Figo Aspire, priced between Rs 4.90 lakh and Rs 8.25 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) available in both petrol and diesel variants.

The petrol variant, which begins from Rs.4.90 lakh and ends at Rs.7.80 lakh comes with a Ti-VCT engine available in 1.2 and 1.5 litre capacity while the diesel variant priced between Rs.5.90-Rs.8.25 lakh comes with a 1.5 litre TDCi engine.

“Ford Figo Aspire breaks all stereotypes and proves that a compact sedan can also have the best of everything – be it stunning design, smart technology, advanced safety and impressive fuel efficiency,” the company’s president and managing director Nigel Harris said in a statement.

The car comes with upto six airbags – including side and curtain airbags and in case of a serious collision, its emergency assistance uses a Bluetooth-paired phone to automatically call emergency responders and provide information about the vehicle and location.

Besides enhanced protection technology, the car also flaunts a bold trapezoidal grille and elongated headlamps giving the car a sporty look. Chrome highlights and fine details in the headlight design also add a premium touch.

“With the longest wheel base in the segment, the Figo Aspire will offer class-leading legroom in the front for passengers to stretch out. In the rear, Indian families will appreciate exceptional roominess that allows three adults to sit side-by-side with plenty of head and shoulder room,” the statement said.

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