Image gallery: 2019 Ford Figo facelift
The refreshed Ford Figo comes in at a starting price of Rs 5.15 lakh (ex-showroom) and Ford says over 1,200 components have been replaced over the outgoing model. When it comes to the cosmetics, we can count the changes on one hand, with the new grille and bumpers taking centre stage. The top-end Blu variants get a host of other small additions to make them stand out. The addition of Ford's three-cylinder petrol engines and new five-speed manual gearboxes help make up the tally. Find out how the refreshed Figo drives, in our first drive review here.
Line-up simplified to Ambiente, Titanium and Blu variants. The lower two get Ford's new cellular grille in chrome, with more chrome around the fog lamp surrounds, and 14-inch wheels
The top-end Blu variant gets the blacked-out treatment, 15-inch wheels and is available in three colours - white, grey and silver
New, re-profiled bumpers look far sportier than before, help square off the Figo's stance
The split multi-spoke 15-inch wheels wear Apollo Alnac 4G rubber, sized 195/55 R15
Changes in cabin headlined by seven-inch touchscreen infotainment, apart from blue detail trim and upholstery
New seven-inch touchscreen, a different unit to what's offered on Freestyle, and drops the Apple/Android integration
Ford's new 'Dragon' three-cylinder engines finally make it to the Figo, with the 1.2-litre petrol mated to a five-speed manual gearbox, while the 1.5-litre comes with a six-speed torque converter automatic
Also see: Ford Figo facelift first impressions Video
Starts Rs 5.39 Lakhs
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