It has been nearly two months since the Ford Aspire in this Titanium Plus 1.5 TDCi entered the CarWale long term garage and in that time I have managed to covered over 4000 km. It has been mostly city driving with a mixture of road surfaces and traffic conditions no doubt a condition enabled by the current state of Mumbai City and its surrounding areas.
Being in the competitive sub-four meter segment, the Ford Aspire does come loaded with features. But are they good enough to triumph over the rivals? In this video, we have a look at all of those features and how practical it is.
The Ford Aspire is offered in India with the choice of either a petrol or a diesel engine. We have sampled the 1.5-litre diesel here which is paired to a manual five-speed gearbox. In this video, Abhishek Nigam tells you what’s there to like, and not like about this compact sedan.
The Ford Aspire, in its petrol manual variants has been part of the Express Drives' long term fleet for the past 3 months. In this duration, it has clocked 4,000 kms out of the total 11,000 kms on its odometer of which majority have been covered in the city. In this video, we explain how this car has performed over the said duration of time and explain all its pros and cons.
The last time we had a Ford in the CarWale long-term garage was way back in 2017 and now nearly two years on, it feels great to welcome back a member of the blue oval to our family parking. The Aspire has been around for a bit and in this 2018 update, the compact sedan has gained some bling and good features as a part of the package.
The Ford Figo Aspire was first launched in 2015 and we came out very impressed after driving the car. The sedan was priced very attractively but somehow it just didn't fetch the sales that its rivals were getting.
The facelift brings some cosmetic changes to the Ford Aspire. You get smoked headlamps, new bumpers and 15-inch alloy wheels on the Titanium trims. The car looks more proportionate and premium now. The top of the line variant comes with 6-airbags, which is a segment first.
Like always we love to take our long-termers for weekend getaways with our team after everyday routine work. This time, we got our hands on the Ford Aspire and we are taking this compact sedan for a spin to Chandigarh, a 600 km drive can tell you more about the nature of the vehicle, though the routine drive too, speaks a lot. But, let’s listen to Ashish Masih that what he thinks about the Ford Aspire.
Ever since Ford came out with the Aspire, the car has managed to carcve an unique identity for itself as being a good choice for those who love driving. Over the years, the car began to show its age but now it has come back with a facelift, packed with new features. But will that be enough for it to make a splash in the compact sedan segment in India? We find out in this review.
I go from Delhi to Jodhpur to attend the Ford Figo Aspire facelift drive event. The Ford Aspire is the best car under Rs. 10 lakhs in India, offering superb performance, good dynamics and a ton of features.
The Ford Aspire has finally got a makeover. It gets a new look, new engines, new gearboxes and, of course, additional kit. But how much has that improved the compact sedan? We drive the new 1.2 petrol and the 1.5 diesel versions to find out.
The 2018 Ford Aspire gets some cosmetic and mechanical updates over the outgoing model of the compact sedan. On the outside, the 2018 Aspire looks more appealing than before thanks to the use of stylish elements while the interiors come with more features, the most significant being the SYNC 3 infotainment system.