This modified Ford Figo gets many modifications done but one has caught our eyes. Its the ravishing alloy wheels from EcoSport.
Here is another example of a modified Ford Figo that caught our eyes instantly. This one gets new 17-inch alloy wheels from none other than its elder brother, EcoSport. These are the latest alloy wheels that you get on the S variant of EcoSport. The SUV is available with 4 different alloy designs, one of them for the Thunder Edition and two for the regular top-end trims.
This Figo actually got this alloy wheels imported and was modified before the Ecosport S was launched. The alloys with the Eibach Pro Lowering Springs just makes it look OOMPH! Further, it gets 205/40 17-inch rubbers which complete the whole look. One the outside, there are no other tweaks done except some chrome delete.
Inside the cabin, it gets custom sound insulation with Morel Ovation Component 6 speaker system, Pioneer S1000 Digital sound processor, amplifiers from Focal and sub-woofers from Helix. It also gets laser headlamps and customized fog lamps as well. That’s all about the cosmetic and cabin upgrades.
Moving on the performance side, it gets full body TownPipe exhaust system and K&N Replacement Air Filters. The engine is kept in stock condition and the owner uses it as his daily driver, in Kerala. The owner also says that despite all these modifications, his Ford Figo is a lot practical.
The model in the question is the Figo Diesel with a 1.5 Litre four-cylinder TDCi unit. The engine produces 100 PS and 215 Nm, being mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox as standard. The hatch is also sold with a petrol engine that is a 1.2 Litre unit, producing 99 PS and 119 Nm of peak torque. Earlier, it came with a 1.5 Litre petrol engine that was paired with an automatic gearbox.
The prices of Figo start off at Rs 5.39 to Rs 6.95 Lakhs for the petrol variants. The diesel variants are priced from Rs 6.86 Lakhs up to Rs 7.86 Lakhs (Ex-showroom). Due to lower sales and BS6 emission norms, many features have been deleted from the Figo and Aspire. That’s why both of them actually got cheaper with the BS6 upgrade.