2017 Ford Figo & 2017 Ford Aspire lose minor features across the range
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Prices are yet unannounced.
Following the leak on the EcoSport’s touchscreen system and updated feature list, Team-BHP has also acquired the feature list of the 2017 Ford Figo and 2017 Ford Aspire, which loses several minor features across the range. The updated prices are yet unrevealed.
Starting from the base Ambiente grade, the Figo and Aspire lose passenger-side vanity mirror, while the grille slats earlier finished in silver will now be black plastic. The 2017 Ford Figo Trend trim also gets a black plastic grille (silver colour in Aspire) and loses fabric door panel insert and lunar grey plastic trim around the audio bezel and steering wheel.
Up the hierarchy, the Titanium grade of both the 2017 Ford Figo and 2017 Ford Aspire lose height adjustable seat belts, and the driver-side vanity removed from all grades, including Titanium+. It is unclear exactly when the Figo and Aspire models with the updated feature list will start arriving at dealerships.
We remind readers that ABS and EBD were made standard from the Aspire Trend variants (from the second lowest) last year, while dual airbags is standard across the Aspire range. The Figo gets a driver airbag standard in all variants, with ABS + EBD optional from the second lowest variant.
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