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Orange is the New Black - Titanuim TDCi
Jul 05, 2016 05:05 AM 21904 Views

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Version Reviewed :     Titanium1.5 TDCi

Purchased As :     New

Familiarity :     Have driven for a few hundred kilometres

Fuel Economy :     17.7 kpl

Good :     Striking Design,Excellent Power & Torque,Very Good NVH Levels

Bad :     OEM music player navigation is not very user friendly,lack of optional DRL,undersized OEM tyres

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Exterior Aggressive Aston Martin inspired front grille stance, Aesthetic looking swept back headlamps, Overall exterior looks feels fresh and dynamic, does not try to extend the sporty feature from the front across the car giving it a balanced look and a well executed design.

Interior(Features, Space & Comfort) Interior is mostly beige in shade providing an airy feel to the cabin and there are almost close to 20 usable slots in the front section, Passenger seat comfort is excellent and it provides good under thigh support, Rear seat is equally comfortable for long journey and has good amount of leg space for rear passenger, overall execution of interiors is done practically.

Engine Performance, Fuel Economy and Gearbox

1.5 TDCi engine grabs all the spotlight for this car,the surge of torque starts kicking in from as low as 1300 RPM which prompts you up shift gears quickly and there is virtually no turbo lag felt which makes it easier to drive.

I have completed 800 kms of driving on this car after I took delivery on 4th Sep which includes a maiden trip of Mumbai-Pune expressway, mileage I am getting currently is at 17.7 kpl, Gearbox is easy to operate and it is not very stiff while moving across different gears.

Ride Quality & Handling Figo Aspire's suspension handles minor bumps and bad roads with ease and there is not much body roll felt. Overall handling of the car is good however on the highway under steering is experienced around sharp corners due to small OEM tyre size. NVH levels inside the cabin is excellent, Steering is very light to operate in the city. Turning radius at 4.9m provides good maneuverability.

Final Words Diesel engine is the star performer for Ford here and I am very satisfied with the overall pre-sales, delivery and initial ownership. This is my first diesel car and after selling my Petrol(LT) Chevrolet Beat I am pinning my hopes on a reasonably hassle free after sales service from dealer and the company.

Areas of improvement There are some noticeable panel gaps around headlight cluster, boot section and front bumper though not very wide however it is not expected from a car of this category and navigating on USB to access music across folders is very distracting, which makes it better to stick to listening to music via Bluetooth. If you like pushing car around corners and prefer better stability to mileage then swapping of OEM tyres is mandatory.

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