2021 Ford EcoSport: The Game-Changing Compact SUV

Ford EcoSport has been a game-changer in the compact SUV segment since its launch in 2013 delivering powerful performance, versatility, capability, rugged styling and sophisticated technologies for customers in Nepal. The vehicle got a major update in 2017 with the introduction of Dragon Series Engine and has been continuously redefining the segment with new features and technologies. Recently, GO Automobiles, the authorised dealer for Ford vehicles in Nepal, announced that it had opened bookings for the fresh 2021 Ford EcoSport at the 2020 price; however the offer will be available for the limited period only.

The 2021 Ford EcoSport is BSVI emission norm compliant and stays true to Ford’s fun-to-drive DNA offering greater choice with powerful, capable and best-in-class petrol and diesel engine options. The 2021 EcoSport has Ford’s latest three-cylinder 1.5-liter Ti-VCT petrol engine that delivers 122 PS of power and 149 Nm torque. The petrol engine will continue to be paired with both five-speed manual transmission and six-speed automatic transmission. The line-up will also include BSVI compliant 1.5l TDCi diesel engine that delivers 100 PS power and 215 Nm of Torque and is available with five-speed manual transmission.

The Ford EcoSport comes loaded with a surfeit of comfort, convenience and safety features. The top variant gets a best-in-segment 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system that supports both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and several other features like automatic HID headlamps, daytime running lights, electro chromic mirror, rain-sensing wipers, and push-button start, etc. In terms of safety, it gets up to six airbags for enhanced protection for the driver and as well as passengers. The company says that the EcoSport will carry forward its bold, imposing stance with aggressive exterior and interior styling offering a sun-roof on half of its variants.

The 2021 Ford EcoSport lineup will offer standard three year or 100,000 KM factory warranty strengthening its value for money credentials.

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Dibesh Dangol

Dibesh Dangol is a business reporter for Business 360 covering markets. Before joining Business 360 in 2018, he worked at ECS Media covering events, entertainment, auto and gadgets for four and a half years. Dangol is also involved with Alpha Riding Gears and Made by Aama (MBA).

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