Ford reveals the 2013 Figo, a model which is designed for the South African market and comes with subtle styling improvements.
At the exterior, the new Figo facelift receives restyled bumpers, new front grille, larger alloy wheels and more. Several safety features such as EBD, PATS (Passive Anti-Theft System) and ABS are available now on the new hatchback.
Under the bonnet we will find an entry-level 1.4-liter Duratec engine delivering 83 horsepower and 127Nm of torque but also a 1.4-liter Duratorq unit with 68 horses.
If the petrol engine returns a fuel economy of 6,6 liters/100km with CO2 emissions of 156 g/km, the frugal diesel power plant is able to deliver a consumption of just 5,3 liters/100km and CO2 emissions of 139 g/km.
“The Figo’s contemporary design, solid performance credentials and desirable safety features are refreshing for a vehicle in its class,” adds Ford.
Even the 2013 Ford Figo hatchback brings several new features compared to the current model, the company says that the pricing remains the same.