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  • Q. Confused about which car to buy having budget of maximum 7 lacs required a car for minimum 5 seated with 5 star safety ratings good mileage and minimum maintance with trendy and style in looks which can of course enhance my reputation in friends and family Getting Grand i10 with maximum economical benefits but I think it's pretty old now thinking of Ford freestyle or suggest a better one please
    Vikash
    Vikash | 4 months ago

    U can go with freestyle titanium , it looks quite muscular and fresh. Ford cars are equally safer as hyundai cars are. You will get traction control, hill launch assist additionally and a power of 96ps. I m extracting a mileage of 15-16 in cities and 20+ on highways. Mine is a petrol one.

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    Siby
    Siby | 4 months ago

    If you are looking safety first ford freestyle is better choice.ABS,EBD,,Air bag, hill assist,better build quality, ,Traction controll system, reverse camera and sensor,rain sensor, all roll over protection, easy handling etc are the certain features of this vehicle.

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  • Q. I drive 45kms/day in heavy traffic of Mumbai. Wish to buy a compact,stylish, with good average & low maintenance, good after sales service hatch. Which is preferred Suzuki Ignis, Grand i10 or Ford Freestyle?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    As per your traveling, opt for a diesel car instead of a petrol. If you'll be driving in more stop-and-go traffic then we would suggest you to opt for Automated Manual Transmission(AMT) which are easier to use and more comfortable for the driver. As of now, Ford Freestyle comes in manual transmission only & i10 is available in automatic transmission in petrol only. Considering your requirements, we would suggest you to opt for Ignis as it suits your needs/requirements. Click on the given link to compare all these cars: https://bit.ly/2AVbNvk

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    Vinod
    Vinod | 3 days ago

    Saroj ji, for heavy traffic city conditions ignis is not a bad option.. its peppy engine and light steering does a good job.. mileage is also ok

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  • Q. Quality is good but why does Ford lags look wise - Freestyle?
    Kumar
    Kumar | 1 year ago

    Designing is a decision of the company and it depends on the team which is making the car. Further, it is a subjective decision that varies from person to person. But yes, Ford should enhance the focus on the Indian tastes and try to model the cars accordingly. Hope they are listening.

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    Vinod
    Vinod | 1 week ago

    Its everyones choice.. otherwise freestyle is good looking car

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  • Q. Is it worth buying Freestyle? If it is, for short distance coverage daily is it worth buying diesel car? If petrol car is suggested then choosing among Titanium, Ambiente and Trend is a problem?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The raised ground clearance, the punchy new petrol engine, the slick-shifting gearbox and the amount of safety tech that is on offer. The diesel engine, on the other hand, continues to be as capable and potent as before. The only downside of the Freestyle is the lack of an automatic option at a time when every other carmaker is offering AMTs and CVTs. If you are traveling less than 50-60km a day, opt for a petrol car instead of a diesel. With the extra Rs 1-1.50 lakh spent on a diesel purchase, you can actually drive a similar petrol car for as many as two years! So, do your math carefully. A diesel usually makes sense if you are driving above 60/70km a day. Also, we would suggest you to look for Titanium Variant. In fact, even if you consider the total add-ons you get over the base Ambiente variant for a sum of around Rs 1.3 lakh, the Titanium variant comes across as a great deal.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    Ford calls the Freestyle ‘India’s first CUV’ (compact utility vehicle) and stuff like the 190mm ground clearance. Freestyle, It’s a more refined package now, at an acceptable incremental cost. It’s a fantastic all-rounder that manages to combine the basics of space, fun and everyday usability right. Read More: - Ford Freestyle Petrol: Road Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/ford-freestyle-12-petrol-titanium-mt-road-test-review/30372/#leadform

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  • Q. Are the features given in Freestyle are useful actually in daily life or I have to pay them blindly for the name of features?
    Ain
    Ain | 2 months ago

    Great question, Pranjal.Let me attempt to answer this.I own Freestyle Titanium petrol since June 2018 and live in Bangalore. I have driven in heavy traffic of Bangalore and also on highways.The features which I found useful are:1. Hill assist - If you are stuck in traffic jam on an inclined road, this feature is bliss. Prevent car from sliding back without using handbrake or half clutch throttle.2. Traction Control and ARP: Maneuvering at high speeds on highways is smooth without worrying that the vehicle might tumble. I realised this difference between Wagon R and Freestyle. Wagon R is a taller hatchback but much less stable than Freestyle at high speeds.3. Infotainment system: Best in class! Much better than i20, Jazz or Baleno.If the above factors matter for you, the features in Freestyle are worth it.Other features which influenced my decision to buy Freestyle is its best in class ground clearance and power.Mileage is better than i20, comparable to Polo and Jazz and worse than Baleno.

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    Ramyak
    Ramyak | 2 months ago

    Very useful, like hill hold assist makes life so easy to climb a heavy traffic bridge. Torque is great.

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  • Q. Can I install normal Sony music system in Freestyle Ambiente?
    Vinod
    Vinod | 1 week ago

    Warranty will void

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    Gurupada
    Gurupada | 1 month ago

    I feel no need of any installation in ford sound is better then any other

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  • Q. Any experience on using a petrol version in very steep and bad hill roads.What is the service assistance in the Kumaon region. Is it possible to fix a 360 deg camera as an accessory and approx cost. - Freestyle?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    The Ford Freestyle is a crossover which has been enriched with the features like traction control, electronic stability control and hill launch assist. Other than these features the car gets an active Rollover Prevention as well, that cuts off power from individual wheels to prevent the car from, well, rolling over. The new petrol motor is happy when your right foot is heavy, and the gearbox is slick and smooth.Please go through the given link for the detailed information on the service cost of Ford Freestyle and filter a custom according to your needs. We would suggest you contact the nearest service centre to get assistance regarding the availability, installation and advise for the accessories.Click here for dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Ford

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    Thulasi
    Thulasi | 3 months ago

    It is an excellent car for steep up hill and bad hill roads.

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  • Q. In the specification Ambiente Petrol base variant no front fog lamp is shown in the list, so does it have fog lamps - Freestyle?
    Peter
    Peter | 1 month ago

    Im not aware about Ambient. I have Titanium. Just check the specs on any motor website.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    No, Fog lamps are available in Titanium and upper variants.

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  • Q. Is there any chance of music system four power window and electrically orvm in base model, should I wait for freestyle
    Vinod
    Vinod | 1 week ago

    No.. go for next varient

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    Birun
    Birun | 10 months ago

    From trend model you can avail those features in freestyle

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  • Q. I heard about tyre noise and quality of the tyres are not good. Is it true - Freestyle?
    Naikoti
    Naikoti | 11 months ago

    Tyre noise is not there but it's suspension is hard. It is useful in off road driving. My car completed 28000kms in just three months I didn't feel bad. And the pickup of car is outstanding. Overall the car is best in that price range.

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    Abhishek
    Abhishek | 11 months ago

    I have felt tyre noise on some roads. Not that it's always there. I think the texture of some roads are such that you will get tyre noise if you ride at high speeds on them.

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