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Ford India has launched the Titanium (AT) variant for Rs 10.66 lakh (ex-showroom). It joins the Titanium+ (AT) in the EcoSport’s petrol automatic lineup. This new automatic petrol variant undercuts the Titanium+ automatic variant by Rs 90,000. As is the case with the Titanium+ (AT), the new Titanum (AT) is exclusive to the 1.5-litre Ti-VCT petrol engine that makes 122PS of power and 149Nm of torque featuring a 6-speed torque converter unit. The claimed mileage figure is 14.7 kmpl.

The Ford EcoSport continues to take on the likes of the, Hyundai Venue, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and the Tata Nexon.

EcoSport Specifications

It is powered by BS6-compliant 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines. The updated 1.5-litre TDCi diesel engine makes 100PS and 215Nm, 10Nm more than before. On the other hand, the Ti-VCT petrol engine now makes 122PS of power and 149Nm of torque, 1Ps and 1Nm lower than before. Transmission options consist of a 5-speed manual and a 6-speed automatic transmission exclusive to the petrol engine. The engines are also slightly less fuel-efficient than before with the petrol manual and automatic variants claiming figures of 15.9kmpl and 14.7 kmpl, respectively. The diesel’s fuel economy is claimed to be 21.7kmpl, down by 1.3kmpl.

EcoSport Variants

The Ecosport is currently offered in a total of six variants: Ambiente, Trend, Titanium, Titanium Thunder, Titanium+ and S.

EcoSport Features

Feature highlights include SYNC 3 voice recognition with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, illuminated glove box, ambient lighting, electric sunroof, sporty alloy pedals, and premium leather seats. Safety kit includes ABS+EBD, emergency brake assist, ESC, traction control, hill assist, as well as side and curtain airbags.

Ford EcoSport Competitors

It rivals the likes of the Mahindra XUV300, Hyundai Venue, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Tata Nexon, and the Kia Sonet

Ford EcoSport Price

The price of Ford EcoSport starts at Rs. 8.19 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 11.73 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of EcoSport ranges between Rs. 8.19 Lakh to Rs. 11.58 Lakh. The prices of EcoSport diesel variants start at Rs. 8.69 Lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 11.73 Lakh. Ford EcoSport is available in 14 variants and 7 different colours.

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EcoSport 1.5 Petrol Ambiente
15.9 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 8.19 Lakh
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EcoSport 1.5 Diesel Ambiente
21.7 Kmpl | Diesel | Manual
Rs. 8.69 Lakh
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15.9 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 8.99 Lakh
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying EcoSport

Q. I am looking to buy a new car in the range 7 to 10 lakh. As per my road condition I prefer a SUV. I personally like Ecosport and Tata Nexon. please suggest me value for money package or any other car. Should I increase my budget with one or two lakh and prefer base Creta.
  • If you are on a tight budget and really want the new Hyundai Creta, the E variant is perfect for you. Despite being the base variant it offers a decent feature list and is also good for those looking to do a lot of aftermarket customisation on their new car, especially the music system as the Creta E misses out on one. On the other hand, if you want a fun-to-drive car with powerful engine options, then the Ford EcoSport would be a good option. It offers great engines, good interiors with an appealing design and that very likeable SUVish stance. Tata Nexon would be a good option if you are looking for a sub-compact SUV with a strong safety package, appealing design and a well equipped cabin. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - 2020 Tata Nexon Facelift: Road Test Review - 2020 Ford EcoSport BS6: Variants Explained - Hyundai Creta 2020: First Drive Review
Q. Polo tsi highline plus vs ecosport titanium sports diesel. Which one to go for? I know both r from diff segments but i am planning to buy one between these 2 sokindly help me out?
  • Both Volkswagen Polo and Ford EcoSport are great cars and offer a lot to their customers. If you value build, drive experience and ride over feature gimmicks and are willing to sacrifice on space, the Polo would be a good fit for you. Whereas, the EcoSport offers a great engine, good interiors with an appealing design and that very likeable SUVish stance. The SUV is fun to drive and boasts great handling traits. More importantly, selecting between the two would depend on your preference of the fuel type. The Polo is only available with petrol engine options, while the EcoSport gets both petrol and diesel. Selecting the right fuel type depends on your utility and average running of the car. If you drive less then 50km in a day then we recommend you to go with a petrol car as they are easy to maintain, have a longer life span and they cost less initially then the diesel car. On the other hand, diesel cars are preferred if the average daily run is more than 50km which makes it feasible purchase. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive for a better understanding of comfort and compatibility. You may click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More:- Ford EcoSport vs Volkswagen Polo
Q. Which is better Kia Sonet HTX or Ford Ecosport Titanium?
  • Ford EcoSport could be a good option if you are looking for a fun-to-drive sub-4 metre SUV. If you’re going to be spending most of your time behind the wheel, the EcoSport is the sub-4 metre SUV to go for. The EcoSport offers great handling dynamics, good steering control and the engines with just the right amount of punch to keep you grinning. Kia Sonet, on the other hand, offers lengthy feature list, great design, spacious cabin and multiple powertrain options to choose from. As of the value for money standpoint, both EcoSport Titanium and Sonet HTX offers good vaule for what they offer. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of comfort, features, and compatibility. You may click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details. Read More: - Ford EcoSport vs Kia Sonet - Kia Sonet: Same Price, Other SUV Options
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Q. How is the performance of Tata Nexon petrol engine? I am bit confused which car to buy ecosports titanium plus petrol, XUV300 W8 or Nexon XZ petrol? Which car will be good in terms of mileage and performance?
  • Please don't buy this "ecosport". maine aur mere friend ne ek sath do ecosport lia. mera gadi 16500 km run hua toh gadi ka front do tyre aur front break disc change karna pada. aur mere friend ka 35k run hua usko 4 tyre, break disc, shock absorber diesel pump change karna pada. toh please agar aap ko ecosport lena b hai toh soch samaj k.
  • Nexon is the best choise, also hundai creta and i20 is best for you
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Q. Is Nexon best to buy, Will I get a good resale value after 3 years and is Tata Nexon better then Ford EcoSport, Honda WRV, Hyundai Creta & Maruti Brezza
  • Yes ... resale is good ... I sold my petrol vehicle 2017 model which ran 23000 KMS at 6 Lakhs at TATA showroom in Hyderabad. My petrol Nexon XM was giving me close to 14 KMPL in City and 16 KMPL on highways. I got a new diesel Nexon XM vehicle which is giving me 22.3 KMPL in city and 27.4 on highway ... excellent car ... drive safe ....
  • Please don't buy this. maine aur mere friend ne ek sath do ecosport lia. mera gadi 16500 km run hua toh gadi ka front do tyre aur front break disc change karna pada. aur mere friend ka 35k run hua usko 4 tyre, break disc, shock absorber diesel pump change karna pada. toh please agar aap ko ecosport lena b hai toh soch samaj k
  • Mileage will not be good in hill. We should also not expect higher mileage like maruti cars as Tata car weights are much higher.
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Q. I want to purchase car up to 10 lakh, so what to choose EcoSport, Tata Nexon, Hyundai Venue. Please suggest.
  • Go with the Tata Nexon, its a very good car. Performance and power is superb, comfortable drive, with a amazing build quality, Also it's the safest car and has been rated 5 out of 5 in global safety ratings. Suspensions are very good, it has hill assist, and an very good ground clearance of 209mm. Its will be perfect choice and Tata is an Indian brand so it feel proud that Indian Automobile is improving really very well.
  • All are good options but You can buy in this sequence 1. hyundai venue(automatic DCT TEC model available in S Variant very smooth and very easy driving) , 2. option is tata nexon(it has also amt variant ) and after that eco sport , in this automatic model would be over than 14 lakh
  • You can blindly go for the ecosport.
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Editor's View of Ford EcoSport

  • Upside

    Nicely loaded lineup, great engine options and great handling

  • Downside

    Second row can get a little bumpy, there's no diesel automatic variant and loaded variants get a little pricey.

  • Our Verdict

    The success of the Ford EcoSport can be attributed to its packaging. It offers great engines, good interiors with an appealing design and that very likeable SUVish stance.

EcoSport Detailed Review

Ford’s compact-SUV has a new top-of-the-line model. It’s called the Titanium S, and that shiny red badge on the boot tells us it should be a bit special. With 'S' cars, we’ve always seen Ford pushing the envelope of everyday performance. And, with the return of the turbocharged petrol engine, and a brand new 6-speed gearbox, the EcoSport S looks prepped on paper too. Let’s jump right in, then.


Ford EcoSport S and Signature Edition First Drive Review

For an engine that didn’t really sell half as much as Ford would’ve hoped, the (temporary) discontinuation of the EcoBoost did create quite a flutter. It’s taken the brand nearly seven months to bring the motor back from hibernation. Thankfully, they’ve made the recipe a bit more potent by adding a new Getrag-sourced 6-speed gearbox to the mix. Is this the fun EcoSport we were all waiting for?

Mechanically, there’s no change to the EcoBoost engine. It’s the same award-winning motor that develops a delicious 125PS of power and 170Nm of torque. All from an engine whose block fits on an A4 sheet of paper. The fairies of forced induction not only make the motor punchy but also aid efficiency and reduce emissions. Talk about being a jack of all trades.

Ford EcoSport S and Signature Edition First Drive Review

Thumb the starter, and the Ecoboost comes to life with the vibrations you expect from a three-cylinder engine. But, in no time, it settled into a smooth and silent idle. Refinement is clearly a highlight, and we doubt you'd hear the engine at all while pottering about inside the city. Speaking of which, the motor does feel quite easy to drive. The clutch isn't the lightest, but it isn't something that'd give your calf a workout either. It bites in early and has a predictable action as well. Even when the turbo isn't spooled up, you aren't bogged down by a load of lag. That’s definitely an improvement from before! Light inputs on the throttle are enough to keep pace, something that'd be plenty helpful when you're stuck in bumper to bumper traffic.

Shift up, prod the gas and you'd feel the engine making swift progress. Sure, it doesn't really pin you to the back of your seat, but it does feel effortless in the way it picks speed. There's no violent surge of torque here either. Just a motor that's comfortable building speed. That said, like most turbo-petrols, there's hardly any point in redlining it. Its strength lies in the punchy mid-range.

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And that's a good thing. Because at highway speeds - that's exactly where you're going to be. At 100kmph in sixth, the motor is ticking around 2400rpm. Stepping on the gas at this point gives you all of that 170Nm, which is plenty for a quick overtake. You don't really have to play around with the new 6-speed gearbox, then.

Not that we'd mind that too much, though. The shift action is slick, and it does feel like a full generation ahead of Ford’s old IB5 gearbox that's been around for donkey's years now. If only this gearbox was made available on the diesel as well!

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Ford EcoSport S and Signature Edition First Drive Review

What? Can’t be! But, it’s true. We expected Ford to fiddle with the steering setup, or mess about with the suspension setting. They haven’t. This comes as a bit of a surprise to us, considering what they served up by making minor tweaks to the Figo and the Aspire.

Ford’s reasoning for not tinkering with the springs though, seems totally justified. The EcoSport is already stiffly sprung, that just about cuts it for everyday drives. Stiffening it further would’ve made the ride borderline uncomfortable in their books.

Ford EcoSport S and Signature Edition First Drive Review

As far as the steering is concerned, Ford says it didn’t feel like it needed a quicker rack. We’d agree. While our drive along Chennai’s ECR barely gave us anything we could call a corner, the steering feels familiar. It's got the right amount of weight whether you're crawling or cruising. On the long swooping corners, we never had to correct our line.

Ford EcoSport S and Signature Edition First Drive Review

The last piece of the puzzle are the tyres. Ford offers 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 205/50 section Bridgestone tyres in the S. Yes, these are the same tyres the Titanium+ used to get, but that's now been downsized to 16-inchers. Grip levels are adequate, but we'd have expected a stickier set of rubber to go with the S badge.

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Ford EcoSport S and Signature Edition First Drive Review

There’s no major design update to speak off. But, the S does get some distinguishing features. For starters, it has been stripped off of all the chrome. The grille is finished in a sinister looking black-gunmetal grey combo, and the smoked headlamps (that now get HIDs!) just add to the aggression. Subtler changes such as the use of dark grey for the faux skidplate, the black roof and the black roof rails round things off. Finally, it gets a set of sweet looking 17-inch alloy wheels finished in, you guessed it, dark grey. This is low profile rubber we’re talking about (it's down on about 20mm of sidewall compared to the 16-inchers) so please slow down if you spot a pothole. If you don’t, you’re looking at a possible bubble or tear in the sidewall. Notably, the tyre pressure monitoring system has been struck off of the Titanium+ feature list, and now been reserved for the S.

Ford EcoSport S and Signature Edition First Drive Review

Step inside, and the small changes continue. The EcoSport S is based on the top-spec Titanium+ variant. So, it borrows all the good stuff from it including cruise control, automatic air-conditioning and that 8-inch touchscreen (with SYNC3, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay) while adding a whole lot more.

Ford EcoSport S and Signature Edition First Drive Review

First, you get the all-important sunroof. Public service announcement: don't let your kids stick their heads out of this - that's just plain dangerous. Second, that bland MID we cribbed about when we first drove the EcoSport - that’s gone. In its place is a crisp, 4.2-inch MID that packs in a whole lot of information.

Ford EcoSport S and Signature Edition First Drive Review

You can also use the MID to toggle Hill Assist on/off, set the delay for the auto headlamps and view the current radio station/track being played. It also acts as a display for the tyre pressure monitoring system, a feature that has now been struck off the Titanium+’ variant list. Minor updates including the colour-coordinated interior panels, the orange stitch on the steering, and the updated upholstery tie things up well inside the cabin.

Worth it?

Ford EcoSport S and Signature Edition First Drive Review

The S, then does add enough novelty, if not as much fun to the package. If it were up to us, we'd drop the ride height, slap on a set of stickier tyres and trade in some of the Ecosport’s versatility for some fun. But, Ford hasn't done that in the interest of making sure the S appeals to a wider buying audience.

Is it worth the extra cash? Well, if you were eyeing the Titanium+ model, the S, priced at Rs 11.37 lakh for the EcoBoost and Rs 11.89 lakh for the diesel, is going to cost you an extra Rs 85,000. The new features including the HID headlamps, sunroof and the updated instrument cluster are well worth the premium you’d shell out.

Ford EcoSport S and Signature Edition First Drive Review

If you pick the petrol, you also get the added bonus of the peppy 1.0-litre motor and that new 6-speed gearbox. The punch from the turbo’ed motor is possibly just what the doctor ordered. But, the highlight, again, is the engine’s drivability whether inside the city or on the highway. It'd make for a great daily driver too if it wasn't for the stiff ride quality.

Also, what we aren’t particularly happy about is the fact that a few features such as the 17-inch alloys and TPMS have been moved from the Titanium+ variant to the top-spec S. And it’s not like the Titanium+ has gotten any more affordable because of these deletions.

Ford EcoSport S and Signature Edition First Drive Review

The reason to the buy the S, then, is that you really, really want an EcoBoost engine under the bonnet and all the flash Ford has to offer. If you can make peace with a slightly smaller feature list and a milder but sensible petrol, we'd still recommend the 1.5-litre Dragon in the Titanium+ trim. Also, if you just need the bragging rights of a sunroof, there’s always the Signature Edition that’s a full lakh cheaper compared to the S.

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Ford EcoSport Mileage

The mileage of Ford EcoSport ranges from 15.9 Kmpl to 21.7 Kmpl. The claimed ARAI mileage of EcoSport Petrol Manual is 15.9 Kmpl and for the EcoSport Diesel Manual is 21.7 Kmpl. In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of EcoSport Petrol is 15.9 Kmpl
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  • 5.0

    Ford is really a family wali feeling. Ecosports is undoubtably best in its class. A proud and satisfied owner.

  • 5.0

    My family car is my dream car..........................................................................

  • 5.0

    Very nice car for cities and villages in this price range no car can beat this car please if you are going for vitara breeza don't buy Buy a ecosport worthy car for money Inly one problem that suspension is tight not like scorpio

  • 4.3

    Highway drives are fun

  • 5.0

    best suv in his segment all' in one

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  • 4.7

    The Family car of my house . dad gifted this car to my mom on 22/09/19 after her grand i10 drowned in floods in baroda and went in total loss and she generally uses it in the city and i use it occasionally to college (50kms both up and down) and this is the best compact SUV in india . Take anything its the best - highest water wading capacity (REQUIRED in baroda 😂) , looks , power , SAFETY , features are not too tacky but all available are useful in daily times , mileage , ground clearance, We recently took our Fordy out in the diwali from baroda - ajmer - jaipur for 5 days and 2400 kms we just had to refuel (full tank ) it just twice for 3200 rs each. first full tank from baroda on the first day and the second one while leaving from Jaipur and we came back home in half tank pending . means 4800 was the fuel price for this trip gave us close to 22-23 KMPL. Totally worth it . i planned to buy a venue for me now this Feb'20 but why would i if i have uska baap at home ❤ ?

  • 4.7

    I bought titanium plus automatic model.I was very impressed with the safety features but was worried about the mileage part, as almost all reviews said , poor mileage.. around 8 km in city drive and about 10-11 km on highway.. since my usage was limited , took the risk and bought it. Now. I am pleasently surprised to note that the mileage I am getting is much higher. In city bumper to bumper traffic with AC on, I am getting around 10 , and with moderate city traffic the mileage is around 11-12. However on highway I got 15 km with AC on.. which is very good considering it is an automatic transmission. I have driven about 2000 km and keeping the RPM around 2000-2500, as it is still engine run in phase. It depends on the driving pattern as well and I switch off the engine if the wait for green signal is more than 60 second, probably it helps.

  • 5.0

    When I went for this car, I allready had a Toyota Etios liva petrol limited edition dual tone . I was looking for a car that has good ground clearence, stylish, average in maintenance, and driving thrill as I enjoy driving my car myself. Till date this beast has outlived and outperformed my expectation. I have been to many a memorable trip and this has not let me down even once. mileage is too notch, power is very good. due to such great ground clearance it has never been hurt beneath. The only negative I could think of is the comfort factor in back seat when 3 people are sitting. For 4 people this is a bliss. Awesome car and service support adds to the fun of having this car. Kudos to the Ford sales and service team, it has been a glorious , self satisfied 2 years and 31,000 km of numerous road trips 👍👍

  • 3.0

    I purchased Ford Ecosport on 14th Feb 2020. Soon after the purchase, noises has been coming from different sides of the car. The dashboard, the four side doors, and even from the back, it keeps making non continuous noises. These noises are causing me irritation and distraction while driving. I got car's first service at 3000km which was a little late due to nationwide lockdown. Even after the service, noises/ sounds keep coming from either parts. The sounds sometimes stop coming own their own and sometimes don't stop at all. Its very troublesome and extremely annoying. I purchased Ford car because it has been reviewed as good quality/ heavy material built car but I am highly disappointed and unsatisfied with it. My experience with the Ford is a drastic let down.

  • 4.5

    A brilliant car with best combination between the engine and the automatic gearbox...the gearbox works very..the gears shift is too fast and isnt lagy in any way -10/10 for gearbox and engine.There are enough features that can make u feel happy,comfortable. High speed stability is too good...u can take a sharp turn even in triple didgit speeds.Space in the rear is a bit of issueMileage that i got was 10-12 in the city and 14-15 on highway if you drive in linear wayIf u need any automatic SUV, just go for this one....its the both of performance and feature....its truely a performance orientated car...Reaally happy after purchasing this isntead of venue

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Petrol (5 years) Rs. 20,554
Diesel (5 years) Rs. 23,671
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Ford EcoSport FAQs

What is the price of Ford EcoSport Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Ford EcoSport is 11.73 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Ford EcoSport?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Ford EcoSport is 15.9 - 21.7 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of EcoSport.

What is the EMI of Ford EcoSport in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Ford EcoSport in Delhi is Rs. 15,843 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Ford EcoSport?

The top 3 competitors of Ford EcoSport are Tata Nexon, Kia Sonet and Hyundai Venue.

What is the boot space in Ford EcoSport?

The boot space in Ford EcoSport is 352 L. View full specification of EcoSport

What is the ground clearance of Ford EcoSport?

The ground clearance of Ford EcoSport is 200 mm.

What are the best financing options for Ford EcoSport?

New car loan - get upto 100% loan on your car! Loan against car - your old car will pay for your new car!

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