Ford Figo Celebration Edition launch on 4th March
The Ford Endeavour All Terrain Edition has managed to take precedence over the Ford Ecosport launch and it seems that the wait for the compact SUV will not be over soon. The reason is that the car maker has decided to launch the Ford Figo Celebration Edition on Monday. It is believed that this launch will be the last launch before the Ecosport arrives. It seems that Ford wants to linger on the anticipation for the Ecosport in order fetch full potential and it seems that it will launch when the anticipation is on its prime. Meanwhile, the new Figo Celebration Edition car will be a worth product in the line up as it celebrates the completion of three years of Figo in India. The price of this special edition is expected to be marginally higher than the normal variant but it will be a product that is more charming than the current Figo that has already got a makeover recently.
The launch of Ford Figo Celebration Edition on March 4 is also believed to infuse fresh lease of life to sales of this hatchback in the segment as the Maruti Swift and the recently launched Chevrolet Sail UVA have literally captured the market fully. The latest entry of the new Figo has to an extent expedited sales of this car but the real fuel to fire sales will be this Special Edition of Figo, it seems. As per the details available, the new edition of this small car will have some exclusive features including new colors, body decals, and a lot of additional equipments to really sensationalize the segment.
Apart from this, the car will have navigation feature besides a new audio system with touchscreen and voice control. Thus far Figo has been the best selling Ford car in India and it is Ford Fiesta that is next to it. The availability in diesel and petrol options is a big advantage of this car and its high fuel economy is what is it bets on. It is believed that the special edition Ford car will definitely draw a lot of enthusiasm in the market that seems to be dilapidated due to high interest rates and increasing fuel prices.
Source – www.CarKhabri.com