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Compare Hyundai i20 Active Vs Ford Figo

Snapshot: We do a specification comparison of the Ford Figo with the Hyundai i20 Active.

Hyundai Motors India is the second largest car maker and the top exporter of cars in India. It has a very interesting portfolio, which offers a wide range of cars. One of the most popular one in the hatchback segment is Hyundai i20 Active. This sporty hatchback has been winning the hearts since the time it has been launched in the car bazaar. However, the competition is no less. Ford Figo on the other hand is being loved by all too. It is offered in both diesel and petrol engine options too. The detailed specification sheet given below would provide you more information about the cars.

Hyundai i20 Active Safety vs. Ford Figo Safety

  • Number of Airbags
    1 (Petrol) / 2 (Diesel)
    2
  • Braking Systems
    Anti-lock Braking system (ABS)
    Anti-lock Braking system (ABS), Electronic Braking System (EBS)
  • Immobilizer
    Yes
    Yes
  • Traction control (ASR)
    No
    No
  • Parking Assistance
    Rear sensors with camera
    Not Available
  • Child Safety Locks
    Yes
    Yes
  • Low Fuel Warning Lamp
    Yes
    Yes
  • Door Ajar Warning
    Yes
    No
  • Fasten Seat Belt Warning
    Yes
    No
  • Headlight Reminder
    Automatic headlights
    Yes

Hyundai i20 Active Exterior vs. Ford Figo Exterior

  • Headlights
    Projector
    Halogen
  • Front fog lights
    Yes
    Yes
  • Rear wash wiper
    Yes (Diesel) / No (Petrol)
    Yes
  • Rear Defogger
    Yes
    Yes
  • Wheels
    Alloy
    Alloy
  • Outside Mirror
    Internal adjustment-Electric with automatic folding
    Internal adjustment -Electric
  • Rear Fog Light
    Yes
    No

Hyundai i20 Active Interior vs. Ford Figo Interior

  • Power windows
    All Windows
    Only Front Windows
  • Power steering
    Yes (Electric power)
    Yes
  • Tachometer
    Yes
    Yes
  • Central Locking
    Yes
    Remote control, Keyless
  • Adjustable steering column
    Rake, Reach
    Rake
  • Leather steering wheel
    Yes
    No
  • Multifunction steering wheel
    Multifunction steering wheel
    Yes
  • Seat Height Adjustment
    Manual Adjustment
    Manual Adjustment

Hyundai i20 Active Comfort vs. Ford Figo Comfort

  • Audiosystem
    CD Player with USB & Aux-in
    CD Player with USB & Aux-in
  • Navigation system
    No
    No
  • Bluetooth
    Yes
    Yes
  • Ventilation system
    Fully automatic climate control
    Manual Air conditioning with cooling and heating
  • Remote boot
    Yes
    Yes
  • Remote fuel-lid
    Yes
    Yes

Hyundai i20 Active Dimensions and weights vs. Ford Figo Dimensions and weights

  • Length
    3995 mm.
    3795 mm.
  • Width
    1760 mm.
    1680 mm.
  • Height
    1555 mm.
    1427 mm.
  • Wheel base
    2570 mm.
    2489 mm.
  • Ground clearance
    190 mm.
    168 mm.
  • Boot space
    285 l.
    284 l.
  • Fuel tank capacity
    45 ltr.
    45 ltr.

Hyundai i20 Active Body vs. Ford Figo Body

  • Seating capacity
    5
    5
  • Body Type
    Hatchback
    Hatchback
  • Doors
    5
    5

Hyundai i20 Active Engine vs. Ford Figo Engine

  • Cylinders
    4
    4
  • Displacement
    1396 cc (Diesel) / 1197 (Petrol)
    1399 cc (Diesel) / 1196 (Petrol)
  • Power (PS @ RPM)
    90 @ 4000 (Diesel) / 83 @ 6000 (Petrol)
    69 @ 4000 (Diesel) / 71 @ 6250 (Petrol)
  • Torque (Nm @ RPM)
    220 @ 1500-2750 (Diesel) / 114 @ 4000 (Petrol)
    160 @ 2000 (Diesel) / 102 @ 4000 (Petrol)
  • Fuel type
    Diesel / Petrol
    Diesel / Petrol
  • ARAI Certified Mileage (Kmpl)
    21.19 (Diesel) / 17.19 (Petrol)
    20 (Diesel) / 15.6 (Petrol)

Hyundai i20 Active Transmission vs. Ford Figo Transmission

  • Drivetrain
    Front wheel drive
    Front wheel drive
  • Type
    Manual
    Manual
  • Gears
    6 (Diesel) / 5 (Petrol)
    5

Hyundai i20 Active Brakes and Wheels vs. Ford Figo Brakes and Wheels

  • Front brakes
    Ventilated Disc
    Ventilated Disc
  • Rear brakes
    Drum
    Drum
  • Wheels size
    R16
    R14

The specification comparison sheet has been prepared by comparing i20 Active 1.4 SX with the Figo 1.4 Duratorq Diesel Titanium and i20 Active 1.2 S with the Figo 1.2 Duratec Petrol Titanium.

Hyundai i20 Active Vs Ford Figo (Design and Exteriors)

Hyundai i20 Active is chiefly a sub 4-meter crossover, whose exteriors leave you in complete awe. They are sporty yet elegant. The car has its signature fluidic design technology, which can be seen in its Verna sedan too. The frontage is fixed with hexagonal shaped radiator grille accompanied chrome dipped Hyundai Logo. The bumper has fog lamps in round shape and aluminum nudge guard. The projector headlamps cluster completes the portico. The side profile is sophisticated with B and C black pillars and chrome finished door handles. The ORVMs are dipped in body color incorporated with turn indicators. The base range model has silver alloy wheels, while the top end has diamond cut alloy wheels. The ground clearance is lofty. The rear profile is pretty stylish. The attractive and slim tail lights are striking with concave style windscreen. Chrome inserts on tail gate finish of the sportiness with absolute style.

Ford Figo hatchback has been refurbished of late and has come out very stylish and inspiring. The frontage comes with a pair of fog lamps. The sportiness is augmented with the smoky finish given to them. The radiator grille has chrome strip with Ford‘s logo. The bumper is dipped in body color with hexagonal air dam, which aids in cooling the engine quickly. The side profile of Figo is pretty cool with the alloy wheels in the top end trim along with body colored ORVMs incorporated with turn indicators and body colored door handles. The rear end has a smart taillight cluster with turn indicators and high mounted stop lamp. The smoky finish is also present on the cladding that takes sportiness to another level.

Hyundai i20 Active Vs Ford Figo (Interiors and Features)

Hyundai i20 Active crossover is not only attractive but also comes with splendid interiors. The dual tone color theme is appealing and you get the option to opt from blue and tangerine orange colored inserts. The chrome twangs here and there deliver classiness to the interiors. The dashboard has a majestic look, which slots in instrument panel, air conditioning system, and 3-spoke power steering wheel. The Bluetooth connectivity is synced in with superior music system that turn playing music during the ride simple and suitable. The audio and call controls are mounted on power steering wheel. However these features are fixed in top end trim. The seats are cushioned and high quality upholstery is impressive. The power windows, clutch foot rest, ticket holder, accessory power outlet, battery saver, passenger vanity mirror, internally adjustable outside mirrors and lane change indicator are the other features in Hyundai i20 Active.

Ford Figo is a comfortable hatchback with elegant interiors. There are numerous comfort features. The standard ones comprise of remote fuel lid and boot opener, power steering wheel with tilt adjusting column and manual air conditioning system along with anti drip wiping function. The hatchback has also been fixed with 12V power socket, day and night inside rear view mirror, front sun visors, front power windows and high quality fabric upholstery. The top end trim has multi functional steering wheel with electrically adjustable ORVMs, silver finished inside door handles. Also it comes with height adjuster for the driver’s seat, Bluetooth connectivity with superior music system. This one has Aux-in, USB support.

Hyundai i20 Active Vs Ford Figo (Engine, Transmission and Gearbox)

Hyundai i20 Active is available in both diesel and petrol variants thereby catering to all kinds of consumers. The 1.2-Litre Kappa engine with 1197cc displacement is outfitted in petrol variants of the car. This one has the ability to churn out maximum power of 81.8bhp and 114.7Nm of torque. The engine is mated with five-speed manual transmission. On the other hand, the diesel variant features 1396cc 1.4-Litre common rail based direct injection fuel supply system power train. The power delivery goes up to 88.7bhp along with 220Nm of torque. Unlike the petrol engine, the diesel engine is coupled with a six-speed manual gearbox.

Ford Figo is also proffered in diesel and petrol engine options. the petrol one had been incorporated with 1.2-Litre Duratec engine with displacement of 1196cc. This engine comfortably produces maximum power of 70bhp accompanied by 102Nm of torque. Coming to the diesel models, it has been equipped with 1.4-litre Duratorq power train with 4 cylinders and 16 valves configuration. This 1399cc engine churns out peak power of 68bhp and 160Nm of torque. Both the engines are coupled with 5-speed manual transmission that ensures high mileage delivery and power-packed performance.

Hyundai i20 Active Vs Ford Figo (Mileage and Safety Features)

Hyundai i20 Active is a very fuel proficient crossover hatchback, whether we are talking about petrol or diesel variants. The petrol trim featuring 1.2-Litre MPFI fuel supply system contentedly gives away 17.19kmpl of mileage. On the other hand, the diesel trims installed with 1.4-Litre CRDi engine churns out top fuel economy of 21.19kmpl.

The Ford Figo isn’t disappointing in terms of mileage. The company understands well what consumers needs and therefore provided the car models with extremely fuel efficient engines. The petrol models of Figo manage to give away maximum mileage of 15.6kmpl on the expressway and 12.3kmpl on the city roads. In contrast, the diesel variants of the hatchback deliver a good fuel economy of 20kmpl on the highways and 17kmpl in high traffic conditions.

In terms of safety, both Ford Figo and Hyundai i20 Active are excellent. Hyundai i20 Active has a strong body, which is one of the major highlights. Furthermore, the car also comes with central locking, day and night inside rear view mirror, dual horn, and bold headlamps, advanced engine immobilizer. These are present in all variants, while mid range variants have rear defogger, impact sensing auto door lock, driver’s airbag, ABS, and front fog lamps accompanied by rear parking sensors. The electro-chromatic internal rear view mirror acts as display. The top end trim of i20 Active is endowed with automatic headlamps, dual SRS airbags, and keyless entry with smart key and clutch lock.

Ford Figo is counted amongst the safest cars in the hatchback segment. It has been blessed with numerous safety traits. All the variants come with 3-point seat belts, laminated glazed front windscreen, central locking system, and high mounted stop lamp. The mid range variant (ZXi) is provided with driver’s airbag along with the above mentioned features. On the other hand, the top end titanium trim has been provided with dual SRS airbags, anti-lock braking system, electronic brake force distribution system, and brake assist. The rear defogger, programmable keyless entry, front fog lamps, and passive anti theft system have also been installed in the top end trim.

Verdict

The Hyundai i20 Active is a compratively bigger car than the Ford Figo, however, the former does not have the same level of sucess as yet. Both the cars deliver excellent performance on road. However, when it comes to appearance and interiors, Hyundai i20 Active takes away the cake. Coming to the price tag, Hyundai i20 Active being the crossover hatchback has a higher price tag as compared to Ford Figo.

 

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