Is Ford Figo Aspire a good option for somebody who drives about 850 kms in a week mostly at the speed of 80- 100 kms per hour in a maximum budget of 9.5 lac, with ABS being a necessary requirement?
By: Dhananjayan on 23 january 2016
Firstly, for somebody who clocks 850 kms in a week, I would suggest you to definitely opt for a diesel car. Ford offers four diesel variants for Figo Aspire with the base model of the diesel line up starting at Rs. 6.48 lac. This lacks a number of safety features, but these increase as you move towards higher variants. The top variant is the Ford Figo 1.5 TDCi Titanium Plus which is priced at Rs. 8.76 lac. These prices are ex showroom prices in Mumbai and may vary depending on which city you purchase the car in. If you travel with your family then the top variant is the best option, especially in terms of safety as it comes with Anti- Lock Braking System (ABS) and child lock safety that are standard but the additional features include 6 airbags instead of just 2 airbags.
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