I booked a Ford Figo Aspire Titanium Plus recently but have been hearing a lot of complaints regarding the same. I’ve heard that since it’s a new car, it is facing electrical and mechanical faults. Should I wait for some time so that Ford can correct the issues and offer more stable models? It is also being said that Ford is using cheaper parts for this model. Is that so?
By: Ayush Gupta on 13 july 2016
Ford Aspire is loaded with 1.5 litre TDCi diesel engine that is good enough for a good pickup and hassle free ride. Its diesel engine gives an impressive mileage of approx 26kmpl. The design and features are equally impressive and attractive. It is definitely a one good option in this segment.
As far as the faults are concerned it might be an issue with that particular car due to some carelessness or bad maintenance. Though you may feel some vibrations at high speeds as in this car but you won’t have much to complaint about and there surely is nothing wrong with the manufacturing. All the parts that are used in building this car are good enough. Even then, if you want to wait you can, but before taking any decision I would suggest you to take a test drive and ask for detailed description about car from the authorised dealers.
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