On the outside, the front of the Ford Figo is fitted with a pair of fog lamps with smoky finish. Its headlight cluster is powered by halogen lamps and turn
indicators and the front bumper houses a hexagonal shaped air dam, which provides better air intake. In the rear, the car gets a freshened taillight
cluster that is equipped with halogen based brake light, turn indicator and courtesy lamp.
The Ford Figo has a spacious internal cabin that is decorated with a dual tone colour scheme. All the seats are covered with fabric seat upholstery and
have integrated headrests for more comfort. Its dashboard is integrated with aspects like an AC unit, an infotainment system and a gearbox console.
This series is being offered with both petrol and diesel engine options for the buyers to select from. The petrol model has been integrated with a 1.2-litre Duratec engine, which has the ability to displace 1196 cc. It consists of 4-cylinders and 16-valves using a
DOHC based valve configuration. The diesel version is powered by a 1.4-litre Duratorq power plant that has the ability of displacing 1399 cc. It is
integrated with 4-cylinders and 8-valves using single overhead camshaft based valve configuration.
Unlike the Tata Vista or the Maruti Swift, the Ford Figo comes with an efficient braking system for a car in its price range, as well as its fuel economy
in its diesel variants.
The four Diesel variants of the Ford Figo are:
1. Ford Figo Diesel LXI
2. Ford Figo Diesel EXI
3. Ford Figo Diesel ZXI
4. Ford Figo Diesel Titanium
And the Petrol variants of the car are:
1. Ford Figo Petrol LXI
2. Ford Figo Petrol EXI
3. Ford Figo Petrol ZXI
4. Ford Figo Petrol Titanium