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  • Q. Should I buy this car - Freestyle?

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    As a package, the Ford Freestyle definitely bridges the gap between hatchback trying to act like crossovers and the proper crossovers. With a raised suspension, comprehensive body cladding, functional roof rails, functional floor mats and improved safety systems the Freestyle sets itself apart from cars like the i20 Active and Etios Cross but retains the compact dimensions of the Figo to make it suitable for the urban jungle. The new ‘Dragon’ petrol motor makes the Freestyle feel even more special, being frugal and easy to drive when you need it to and delivering a good punch when you want it to.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    As a package, the Ford Freestyle definitely bridges the gap between hatchback trying to act like crossovers and the proper crossovers. With a raised suspension, comprehensive body cladding, functional roof rails, functional floor mats and improved safety systems the Freestyle sets itself apart from cars like the i20 Active and Etios Cross but retains the compact dimensions of the Figo to make it suitable for the urban jungle. The new ‘Dragon’ petrol motor makes the Freestyle feel even more special, being frugal and easy to drive when you need it to and delivering a good punch when you want it to.

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    Peter
    Peter | 3 months ago

    Go in for it! It was first introduced in the UK as Ford Ka+ and sold thousands there. It is the best in its segment.

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    Vinod
    Vinod | 2 months ago

    Yes you can

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    Birun
    Birun | 10 months ago

    Yes. it is worth to own a Ford Freestyle.

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    Thulasi
    Thulasi | 5 months ago

    Yes

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