Read the Ford Figo review, road test from Autocar India; The second-generation Figo promises much. Our exhaustive road test tells you if it delivers.
It strikes the right balance between performance and practicality.
The new Figo looks smart, comes with a roomy enough interior and is also loaded with plenty of features. To many, the impressive safety kit on board the Figo should be reason enough to be very interested in it. Overall performance is also good, whether you opt for the petrol automatic (available in a single trim only) or diesel manual, and you wont have much to complain about the way it drives or rides either. Sure, its missing some of the sparkle that makes Fords special, but its still good by class standards. Where the Figo doesnt quite impress is in interior quality. The cabin doesnt feel quite as special as the competitions and thats one of the Figos only big shortcomings. What does help the Figo is its attractive pricing. With prices ranging from Rs 5.29-7.40 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and three versions on offer, theres a Figo for every type of buyer and budget. The diesel Figo in particular comes across as great value, considering the power and performance on offer. On the whole, the new Figo fits the bill as a great all-rounder. Much like the last one did.