The diesel Aspire won a fan following of enthusiasts thanks to its lively nature and driving dynamics and now the faclifted Aspire gets a new gearbox for the diesel which is indeed a powerful and reliable too. If you're looking at the Aspire as a fun to drive commuter, you wouldn't be disappointed. Click here to know more about this car: https://www.zigwheels.com/newcars/Ford/figo-aspire
| 9 months ago
Yes Jayeshyou can blindly rely on it ...even one the best engine in this segment
| 10 months ago
Best in class. more power and good millage, you will love the drive...
In our fuel efficiency tests, Aspire petrol delivered 15.92kmpl in city and 19.52kmpl on the highway. On the other hand, Honda Amaze petrol delivered 15.15kmpl in city and 20.01kmp on the highway. Although, real-world mileage can differ according to the riding style and road conditions. Both cars are good enough and have their own forte. If you want better power performance and better driving dynamics, you may go for Ford Aspire. On the other hand, Honda Amaze gets a more refined engine and it offers a smooth driving experience. If we talk about safety, Made in India Africa spec of Honda Amaze got 4 star ratings in GNCAP crash test. Though Ford Aspire hasn't been tested by GNCAP yet, it offers great safety. it comes with dual front airbags and ABS with EBD as standard. Apart from this, the Aspire offers up to six airbags, ESP, traction control etc. Moreover, do take a test drive in order to clear your all doubts.check out the authorsied dealership details
| 8 months ago
I own a Aspire , Titanium variant in Petrol variant . Till now , the experience has been fantastic...mileage has been around 13-14 kmpl in a bumper to bumper traffic with AC on. And I have been on 2 highway trips in which the car gave an impressive 17-18 kmpl ....the Ac is the best and the most powerful in its segment. Space is sufficient for a typical 4-5members of a family. The engine is the most powerful and a happy revving one. It may not be as quite as Amaze but the NVH levels and vibrations are very well controlled. Both are amazing cars but my suggestion would be always FORD ASPIRE .... most importantly FORD car are now easier to maintain even than a swift or Grandi10 . Honda is not so easy for everyone. Choice is yours....
No, the Ford Aspire in its Ambiente only comes with front power window. For more details we would suggest you to get in touch with dealership as they will be better person to assist you in this concern.
Talking about the performance both engine petrol and diesel are really good but the best here would be a diesel engine. Because, with 100PS of power and 215Nm of torque on tap, the 1.5 TDCi transformed this little sedan into a freight train. It’s easily amongst the most fun diesel compact sedans in the market, with the torque coming in quickly and staying around for quite some time should you want to flex your right foot a bit more. What’s new in case of the diesel, is the gearbox. Ford first used the Getrag-sourced 5-speed manual in Freestyle petrol. Now, they have paired it with their diesel engine for the first time in the Aspire facelift. It’s an absolute joy to use when you’ve got all that torque waiting for orders. It shifts with a reassuring click and feels light and easy to use. The ARAI claimed efficiency for the Ambiente and the Trend variants, is of 20.4 kmpl all other variants have an ARAI-certified fuel efficiency of 19.4kmpl.Do take the test drive of the car so as to get the complete glimpse regarding its ease and comfort.
The Aspire is a good overall package of looks, features, safety and driving dynamics which are not easy to find in the segment. With the recent update, Ford has plugged all the gaps in the Aspire’s arsenal. The new petrol engine is almost as fun to drive as the diesel. It’s amongst the most value-for-money compact sedans on the market today. Ford Aspire offers comfortable ride quality gobbles up potholes and broken surfaces easily. Its clutch, steering and gear action is light that makes it super easy to drive inside the city. Talking about its petrol engine, it comes with 1.2 and 1.5-litre petrol engines. The 1.5-litre engine makes 123PS of power and 150Nm of torque but it’s available with the 6-speed AT gearbox only. The 2018 Ford Aspire facelift we drove had the 1.2-litre 3-cylinder petrol engine that produces 96PS of max power and 120Nm of torque, which makes it one of the most powerful engines in its class. Although, it does need to be revved if you want to have fun, but the sweet spot lies just above 3000rpm that is not only approachable but also more forgiving on the consumption front. You only need to rev it all the way up to 6000rpm if you really intend to test the limits of the vehicle. At sedate speeds, it is equally well mannered and there is ample torque available to perform quick overtaking manoeuvres. Talking about the resale value it would be really hard to share any predicted value here. The value completely depends upon the factors like the year of manufacturing, kilometres the car is driven, what is the ownership of the car, the physical condition also play an important role in it. So to get a better word would request you to please visit the nearest authorized dealership so that you can get complete gist regarding the valuation of the car.Related read:2018 Ford Aspire: First Drive Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/2018-ford-aspire-first-drive-review/32041/
| 7 months ago
If you are considering resale value please don't go for ford except ecosport
| 1 year ago
For Diesel, Aspire is best in terms of safety, power, driving pleasure. Not sure of resale value, I think it's less.