Well known car maker Ford has rolled out the facelifted edition of its renowned small vehicle Figo hatchback in Nepal as well as the South African market.
For the Nepal residents, the Indian made facelift edition of Ford Figo is being presented in four choices each, for the petrol plus diesel cars.
On the other hand, for the South African market, the Figo hatchback is being forwarded in two petrol and one diesel choices only.
Being exported to 30 nations across the world, the vehicle is the US car giant’s top selling car in India.
Prices for the facelifted edition of its renowned small vehicle Figo hatchback begin 118,670 Rand (Rs.7.37 lakh) that is approximately one lakh rupees more compared to the Duratorq Titanium 1.4 alternative sold in the Indian market.
The vehicle’s facelift bags an innovative hexagonal fencing together with some other design tweaks in order to maintain the originality factor. The headlight form has also been reviewed along with pilot lamps. The headlamp borders are also fine-tuned and the vehicle currently gets the choice of a latest alloy wheel design, which resembles the new Fiesta’s. In addition, there are a few alterations to the back.
The facelifted Figo has a sturdy option to attain the same level of triumph in the South African and Nepal market, which the car has set up in the Indian market.