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  • Q. Is there an issue in Ecosport Signature 17" low profile tyres? I have booked this model last week. Have seen many bad reviews if tyre bulging and bursting. Is it true? Signature variant is a good to buy or not?
    Jay | 9 months ago

    No issues at all I am using it from last 15 months and travelled more than 30000 km but still the grip is alright No issues at all And congratulations for your new car

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    Atul | 1 year ago

    No.Not at all...It's very good MUV... Blindly go for it. If your budget allowed go with top end model.

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  • Q. What is the difference between Tata Nexon Automatic and Ford EcoSport Titanium Plus AT?
    Zigwheels | 5 months ago

    Although the power and features are more in Ford EcoSport but in the safety parameters (NCAP 5star rating) and milage part Tata Nexon will take the cake. Both vehicles are very nice to drive and comfortable to be But we suggest to take a test drive of both the vehicles to know better driving comfort and power of them. Click the given link to know more no the difference between the two:-Ford EcoSport vs Tata Nexon Comparison: - https://www.zigwheels.com/compare-cars

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    Nandan | 4 months ago

    Nexon has an AMT whereas the ecosport offers a torque converter.An AMT may offer jerks while automatically changing gears whereas torque converter offer linear and jerk free power delivery.

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  • Q. Which one should I buy? Ecosport Signature edition or Hyundai Creta?
    Chinabor | 9 months ago

    As a EcoSport user , I want to advice you to buy EcoSport car. Fuel consumption of EcoSport less than Creta. But the point of space Creta is more spacious than EcoSport. In case of signature edition, it is to be noted that it is almost last edited vehicle which is provided every facilities of a SUV car. So you can prefer the EcoSport.

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    Aneesa | 3 months ago

    Creta is comparatively better than eco sports. It has better features than eco Sport.but creta is costlier than eco sports.

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  • Q. In Petrol, which one of below three cars is worth buying in terms of - 1. Driving comfort in city n highway (i.e. suspensions, Cruise,), 2. Mileage, 3. Safety features (such as ESC, EBS, Hill Assist), 4. Extra features (such as instrument cluster)a. Honda WRV VX MT b. Hyundai Create 1.6 SX , 1.6 SX (O)c. Ford EcoSport 1.0 Ecoboost , Titanium +I also heard that on fully loaded, WRV lags power to drive.
    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    Here, you can go for Hyundai Creat. The Creta is expensive. But, it feels like you’re getting your money’s worth. It’s well-built, has a comfortable ride, enough gizmos to keep you occupied and a brilliant set of engines. You’ll have trouble upgrading from this one. The SX(O) is the fully loaded, top-of-the-line variant of the Creta and gets a plethora of features including significant safety features. And a premium of over Rs 1.5 lakh for these features is amply justified in our books. So, if you don’t mind spending extra, we would suggest you to go for this variant considering the high level of safety and features it offers. Read More: - 2018 Hyundai Creta Facelift Review: Road Test: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/2018-hyundai-creta-facelift-review-road-test/30357/

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    Vaibhav | 7 months ago

    In all the above options,Ford EcoSport is miles ahead except the instrument cluster but is it even considerable?

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  • Q. Ecosport Diesel S or signature, which varient is better?
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    As far as design is concerned, the S is now the sportiest looking EcoSport. It gets a new blacked-out grille, black roof and roof rails and 17-inch smoke alloys on the outside. On the inside, it gets orange colour cabin inserts and a new 4.2-inch digital information cluster. Other features offered on the S remain identical to the Titanium+ variant except for the new sunroof and bi-xenon headlamps, which are being offered for the first time on the EcoSport. For reference, the features offered on the Titanium+ variant include 6 airbags, ABS with EBD, ESP (electronic stability program), TC (traction control) and HLA (hill launch assist), and ISOFIX child seat anchors. It also gets an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with SYNC 3, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, rear parking camera with sensors, cruise control, tyre pressure monitoring system, auto headlamps and rain-sensing wipers. Talking about the Signature edition, it is an optional package being offered on the EcoSport Titanium. So, the EcoSport Signature edition is powered by the 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines, but there are some cosmetic updates that distinguish it from the EcoSport Titanium. These include: - An electric sunroof - Front grille with chrome surround, diamond cut 17-inch alloys, black fog lamp bezel, all-round graphics, rear spoiler and roof rails - Blue colour accents on seat stitching, centre console and instrument panelc All in all, it boils down to where your preferences lie.

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    Fiza | 2 weeks ago

    Upto ur choice rest they have just a few fancy changes rest the titanium plus is equally amazing

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  • Q. What about overall performance of petrol automatic
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    Although the older version of the EcoSport was fun to drive, it suffered from a cluttered cabin and a hard ride. Thankfully, Ford has fixed most of the issues with the facelift. Not only do you get a better looking interior, but it's also a lot more practical and tech-laden. The EcoSport is now way more accepting of Indian road conditions while still being one of the sharpest handling cars in its segment. When it comes to the looks, it certainly is the sportiest looking compact SUV in the country. The new 17-inch alloy wheels need a special mention as they make the SUV stand out from the crowd. If you are looking for a good handling car with the convenience of an automatic and rarely have the need to seat five passengers, the Ford EcoSport is the best choice out there. However, if you can operate a stick, we’d recommend you go for the manual variant, which is not only cheaper but also a lot more frugal as well. However, If you are looking for something a bit more spacious and practical, competitors like the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza and the Tata Nexon, though manuals, make a much stronger case.

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    Zigwheels | 9 months ago

    The Trend+ variant gets some necessary goodies which increases the practicality factor further. Both short and tall drivers should be able to find a good driving position thanks to height adjustable driver’s seat. Addition of front armrest means you can relax your left arm when not working on the gear lever and reverse parking sensors will ease parking the compact SUV in tight spots. The EcoSport has got its mojo back. It’s among the only ones in its class that actually looks like a scaled down SUV and not a blown-up hatchback. If you are looking for a good handling car with the convenience of an automatic and rarely have the need to seat five passengers, the Ford EcoSport is the best choice out there. In our road test, the car returned at 7.04kmpl in city, which is quite worrisome. Whereas, on the highway, the EcoSport return 17.12kmpl. Read More - Ford EcoSport Petrol Automatic: Road Test: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/ford-ecosport-petrol-automatic-road-test/30117/

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  • Q. My daily commute is 50 km on highway. Thinking of Titanium Plus manual. Please suggest me petrol or diesel?
    Shobhit | 3 months ago

    I would recommend the Diesel.Its great for the highway and will deliver a mileage of approx 19-20 on the highway.The engine is brilliant

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    Anupam | 3 months ago

    Of course petrol, diesel variant with time will produce sounds that you won’t want to hear. Petrol will give 15 km/l .

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  • Q. I am confused between Nexon XM Diesel and Ford EcoSport Trend Petrol. My budget is somewhere around 9.5 lakh. Please help me out.
    Aadil | 1 month ago

    I wonder Ur comparison between EcoSport petrol and Nexon diesel it should be EcoSport diesel first make Ur point of discussion clear?

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    Anup | 2 weeks ago

    Go for eco sport diesel. there is not more than.50000 difference petrol and diesel variant.

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  • Q. Which is best to buy Ford EcoSport automatic or Tata Nexon automatic?
    Xaurabh | 3 months ago

    Nexon has diesel autonatic which will save some fuel.

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    Harshit | 3 months ago

    Eco sport automatic

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  • Q. I'm planning to buy Ecosport Titanium+ Diesel , is it a good option or should I consider Titanium or Nexon top model which is almost 1 lac cheaper? Also have read Ecosport clutch is too hard for city drive, how true is it? Im planning to keep the car for 6+ years.
    Shailesh | 4 months ago

    Both are good in terms of looks ,practicality.but if u want to buy ford ecosport then it is better than nexon..a different kind of suv.it has good ground clearance and its best as i m also using it since 2017 so i m happy..,

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    Tejpal | 4 months ago

    Clutch is not that hard, go for titanium if u don't want some extra features like leather seats , more airbags, sensors .It is comfortable in city driving as i drive it in jaipur without much stress.

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