Ford has updated the all-new Figo silently and now the vehicle comes with adjustable headrests in the rear seats.

Ford Figo Adjustable Headrest
The Figo earlier came with fixed headrests at the rear

Ford launched the all-new Figo Aspire compact sedan as well as the Figo hatchback earlier this year and both the vehicles have got a very positive feedback from the market. The new Figo twins offer good power, a nice equipment list and beautiful looks to boot. However, they also have some really tough competition from their rivals. Now it seems that Ford has made the Figo hatchback an even better package by making some silent updates to it.

Units of the Ford Figo manufactured from mid-October now come with adjustable headrests at the rear while the earlier batches had fixed headrests (the Aspire came with adjustable rear seat headrests since day one). The rear adjustable headrests add some more convenience to passengers and are a good addition. Ford seems to be taking swift action from the feedback received from customers and that is why they may have taken this move. However, the Figo’s official brochure still has no mention about this change.

According to Ford’s website, there seem to be quite a few interesting offers on the Figo and Figo Aspire too. The Figo is available with free insurance along with an exchange bonus of Rs. 25,000/- while the Figo Aspire has finance available at an interest rate of 7.99% or free insurance with exchange bonus of Rs. 25,000/- and also 3rd year extended warranty. These deals seem good value considering the fact that both the vehicles have been launched just recently.

The Ford Figo is offered with three engine choices – 1.2-litre petrol with a 5-speed manual transmission, 1.5-litre petrol with a 6-speed DCT gearbox and a 1.5-litre TDCI diesel engine with a 5-speed manual gearbox. The vehicle competes with the Maruti Swift, Tata Bolt and Hyundai Grand i10. Ford retails the all-new Figo at a price of Rs. 5.10-8.93 lakhs (on-road, Mumbai).

2015 Ford Figo Test Drive Review
The changes have been made to vehicles produced from mid-October

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