While the focus on cars in India has primarily been on fuel efficiency, there are a few mainstream car manufacturers trying to offer something different and exciting.Ford has also decided to enter the performance segment with its new offerings, Aspire Sports and Figo Sports. The Ford Figo Sports 1.2 petrol is priced at Rs 6.31 lakh while the Aspire petrol starts from 6.50 lakh, ex-Delhi. The diesel Figo is priced at Rs 7.21 lakh and the Aspire at Rs 7.60 lakh. We have already driven the 2017 Ford Figo Sports, read out detailed first drive review here.Scroll below to see the images of the Figo Sports.
The Figo Sports features a honeycomb grille and smoked-finish headlights
The Figo Sports gets a black roof, ORVMs, new and larger black alloys with the special S decals
Ford has also added a spoiler to the Figo Sports
The Figo Sports comes in Titanium trim, sitting below the top end Titanium+ trim
It gets a leather wrapped steering wheel
Look at the red detailing on the leather gear stick cover as well as on the steering wheel
The Sports range can be optioned with a 100PS/215Nm 1.5-litre diesel or a 88PS/112Nm 1.2-litre petrol engines
The suspension setup has been made stiffer by reducing the height of the springs.
The Sports editions continue to offer a practical package but they now raise the dynamics factor thanks to a slightly more fun suspension setup
The Figo Sport continues to feels stable even at higher speeds and even though setup stiffer, the suspension does not allow much recoil or jumpiness
2017 Ford Figo Sports first drive review video