In the crowded world of Indian sedans, the Ford Aspire is an attractive, thoughtfully crafted vehicle that offers a range of options that include not only petrol and diesel but also CNG. This feature loaded car is ideal for aspirational India; for people who are looking to get ahead in life and who aspire to the good things in life.
Features and specs of the Ford Aspire
The Aspire is powered by the 96PS (70.79kW) 1.2l Ti-VCT petrol engine and by the 100PS (74.00kW) 1.5l TDCi diesel engine. The bold stance, alloy wheels and premium interiors are designed to impress. Automatic headlamps, rain sensing wipers, push button start, and automatic climate control are some of the features available in this vehicle that make this a convenient and user friendly vehicle to drive.
The SYNC 3 voice controlled touchscreen infotainment system keeps you on track with embedded navigation and effortlessly entertained as well. The Ford Aspire also has low fuel and door ajar warnings, steering mounted controls, coat hooks, USB ports and other thoughtfully designed features. Front dome lamps, welcome lamps, tilt steering, distance to empty and boot lamps are other features
Driver and passenger airbags, rear parking sensors, ABS with EBD and engine immobiliser are standard features in each variant. Other security features include high speed alert, remote keyless entry, perimeter alarm, emergency assistance and additional airbags.
Ford Aspire variants
This car is available in the Ambiente, Trend, Trend+, Titanium and Titanium+ variants in petrol, diesel and CNG. The car’s price (ex showroom) begins at Rs. 5.9 lakhs, going up to Rs. 9 lakhs + for the fully loaded, top end automatic Ford Aspire.
What owners love about their Ford Aspire
Owners love the powerful a/c and the engine performance of the Aspire. The vehicle offers some excellent safety features even for the lower end vehicles for those on a budget. The exteriors of the car are good looking and impressive, while the cabin is plush and well designed to give a premium feel. Some reviewers have reported to getting up to 30 km per litre when driving on the highway without a/c, and a fuel efficiency of as much as 28 kmpl driving without a/c. The car is nimble and responsive even after extensive driving over a few years, say some owners. In the crowded compact sedan segment of India, the Ford Aspire is a car that holds its own.