- New 1.2-litre and 1.5-litre petrol engines.
- Older 1.5-litre diesel unit has been retained.
- Available in three variants with the flagship Titanium Blu bearing the sporty flag.
- Launch on March 15.
Ford has revealed the 2019 Figo facelift and as expected, it gets the same cosmetic updates as the international Ka hatchback and feature updates as the Aspire. The biggest change, however, has been made to the powertrains as it now gets not one but two new petrol engines! Have a look at the flagship Titanium Blu variant in the pictures below.
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- The Figo gets cosmetic changes similar to its international counterpart, the Ka hatchback. It gets new bumpers and side stickering.
- From the side, the Figo facelift retains the silhouette of the older car.
- The grille on the Blu variant has been blacked out like the older ‘S’ variant but gets a new pattern. On the Titanium variant, the grille gets a chrome mesh.
- The new bumper features a swooping C-shape which, in the Titanium Blu variant, is blacked out with a blue insert. This design in the Titanium variant gets chrome inserts.
- The flagship variant gets 15-inch gloss-black alloy wheels. The same are replaced by 14-inch units in the lower variants.
- The ORVMs get a gloss black cover in the Blu, where the lower variants get a body-colour cover. Both the Titanium and Titanium Blu gets turn indicators on ORVMs.
- The Titanium Blu variant also gets a black roof.
- At the back as well, the revised bumper gets a similar design as the front.
- The bootgate remains the same but gets a new sticker.
- Rear parking sensors are now standard on the Figo and a rear camera is available as well. Other safety features include six airbags and ABS with EBD. The new petrol-AT further gets ESP, TCS and HLA.
- The Blu variant gets side stickers as well.
- Inside, the Figo gets a revised interior with a 7-inch floating touchscreen being the key highlight.
- The steering wheel now gets a leather wrap with mounted controls for audio and calls on the left. The driver now also has the convenience of a push-button start-stop and automatic headlamps.
- This 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system isn't the same as seen on the Aspire. It misses out on Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
- Engine options now available with the Ford Figo are a 1.5-litre diesel with a 5-speed manual. The petrol lineup is new with two 3-cylinder engines. The 1.2-litre motor gets a 5-speed manual transmission and the 1.5-litre engine gets a 6-speed torque converter automatic. The diesel engine makes 100PS of power with 215Nm of torque. The small petrol makes 96PS/120Nm and the bigger petrol produces 123PS/150Nm.
- The Figo gets fabric upholstery with blue contrast stitching and the Blu badging on the top variant.
We have driven the 2019 Figo and you can check out the first drive review right here.