Ford Ecosport - Price, Variants Available
Are you interested in the Ford Ecosport? Here is detailed information on Ecosport model offered by Ford in India. Ecosport price in India, technical specification and features offered in Ford Ecosport cars in India.
Given below is the list of Ecosport Variants, both Ecosport Petrol variants and Ecosport Diesel variants
The concept Ecosport was first unveiled at the Delhi Auto Expo in January, 2012 and the production model was displayed 2 months later at the Beijing Motor Show in March. Ford EcoSport is expected to hit the roads by the first quarter of 2013. EcoSport is the smallest SUV in Ford's global lineup and will be placed in the compact SUV segment which is currently occupied by Renault Duster and Premier Rio. Ford EcoSport is expected to be priced between 8 Lakhs to 9 lakhs in India. Ford plans to manufacture Ecosport from only 3 of its facilities worldwide and one of this being India, the company will be able to reduce the price considerably. EcoSport is powered by the 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine which was named 2012 “International Engine of the Year”.
Ford EcoSport Expected Launch in India: First Quarter of 2012
Ford EcoSport Price in India - Expected to be between 8 lakhs - 9 lakhs
EcoSport Petrol Engine - 1-litre, 3-cylinder, EcoBoost petrol (118.4 bhp of power and 170 Nm of torque)
EcoSport Diesel Engine - 1.5-litre motor (90 bhp of power and 204 Nm of torque) Ecosport Mileage - 16 km per liter
Technical specification of Ecosport Cars of Ford
Technical features, performance and other details about the Ford Ecosport.
|Weight & Dimension|
|Ground Clearance (mm)||200|
|Engine Type||1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol & 1.5-litre, TDCI Duratorq|
|Fuel Type||Petrol & Diesel|
|No of Cylinders||3|
|Power (PS @ rpm)||120|
|Torque (Nm @ rpm)||170|
|Mileage - Overall (km/l)||16|
Related News about Ford
In a major relief to a ski resort project, being promoted by Alfred Ford of the Ford Motor Company near the picturesque town of Manali, Himachal Pradesh Wednesday withdrew its petition from the high court.
US car major Ford's Indian subsidiary Friday said it has seen about 15 percent shift in demand for petrol vehicles in the last four months and is now better placed to respond to any further shift in product mix with additional investment in factory 'flexibility'.