Is Ford Figo a good choice for a car in this segment and does it offer a jerk free drive? Also, does the Figo have a good resale value?
By: Sujit on 20 march 2016
Ford Figo diesel as well as petrol variants are a very good buy with good driveability. More than that, the car is a good value for money. The clutch is soft which allows the car to swiftly handle the traffic. The suspension of the car drinks up the bad roads even though it is slightly stiff. The suspension undoubtedly gives the car a lot of comfort in driving. The ground clearance of the car is also best in class at 174mm. If you’re in the back seat, you will feel no bumps. In terms of features, the Ford Figo is fully loaded. The space is quite enough for four people. The ride quality is compliant. The looks are stylish and features are quite enough at the price. However, you should really take a test drive of the car and also of the competitive cars because for the feel, you’re the best judge.
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