Despite its small size, the Ford Figo has helped place the parent, Ford Motors on the right track in the country. The Figo offers plenty of advance and desirable features like lane change indicators, speed sensing volume control, rapid deceleration warning, a remote key that can be programmed to work smartly, parking assist, 6-speed wiper, and Bluetooth connectivity among others. Available in 4 diesel and 4 petrol variants, this stylish car has a fairly competitive price tag that has proved to be successful for the masses and classes alike.
Volkswagen Polo is a German car so sturdy build, class, and elegance are part of its DNA. The Polo is impressive, inside-out. It’s sporty, has chrome trims, 15 inch alloy wheels, and elegant leather upholstery, spacious interiors, and comes fitted with many comfort features.
|Volkswagen Polo Petrol Trendline||Ford Figo Petrol|
|Engine Size||1.2L 75bhp 3-cyl.||1.2L 71PS Petrol Engine|
|Price Range||Rs 4,75,561 – Rs 7,49,499 (approx)||Rs 3,81,300 – Rs 5,94,200 (approx)|
|Power||75@5,400 (PS@rpm)||71@6,250 rpm|
|Gear box||5 speed||5 speed|
|Ground Clearance||168 mm||168 mm|
|Mileage||15 kmpl||13 kmpl|
|Top Speed||162.9 kmph||148kmph|
|Variants||6 Petrol + 4 Diesel||5 Petrol + 5 Diesel|
The Verdict: Ford Figo is an exciting hatch with features that are typically, found in sedans. The car is good with mileage and engine performance and has the Ford stamp of reliability for delivering well on engine performance. The only drawbacks with the Figo are the congested seating and lack of availability of spare parts. The Volkswagen Polo though is spacious, sporty, sturdy, and comes with a good International reputation. It is also excellent value for money, though it is like a supermodel that is defined by her high maintenance lifestyle!