Review: Ford EcoSport S 1.0 EcoBoost

Ford has re-introduced the 1.0-litre EcoBoost hydrocarbon engine within the EcoSport variant. The last time we saw it was in 2013 and since then, not a lot of has been modified so much in terms of the numeric figure. The 999cc turbo-petrol engine still makes 125hp and 170Nm of force. However, where the earlier automobile had to manage with a 5-speed manual transmission, this hottest update has roped in an exceedingly new 6-speed unit to try and do the work.

Armed with an ‘S’ badge and decorative changes throughout, it's like this EcoSport has arrived ready for amusement. This new range topper within the EcoSport family is currently dubbed the EcoSport S. The S sports minor cosmetic tweaks within its shell and featuresAut alongside a sunroof; however, the larger news is below the hood. The EcoSport S brings the famous 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine back alongside an all-new six-speed manual casing. The EcoSport S relies on the Titanium+ variant and is the new prime of the road option.

Exterior changes feature a blackened grille, smoke-cured HID headlights and black inserts for the fog lamps that lend the SUV an additional upscale look. The EcoSport S additionally gets redesigned, sportier looking 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 205/50 section Bridgestone tyres within. Yes, these are identical tyres the Titanium+ used to get, however that is currently been downsized to 16-inches.


Another vital addition is that the introduction of a roof that does a great deal in elevating the upscale feel. The whole roof and roof rails conjointly get a gloss black end. The EcoSport gets an attempt with the 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine, a brand new 6-speed manual transmission, top-spec option and a beauty makeover. Like a majority of Fords, the EcoSport works simply fine, too. It's an honest heft thereto and within the co
ers, it's consistent and offers decent feedback. The suspension, too, is on the firmer aspect that interprets to wonderful high-speed stability however leads to an unsmooth ride at the majority speeds.

Ford has revised the instrument cluster style further and the clocks actually look a great deal more appealing and trendy in the current model. The instrument cluster conjointly integrates a brand new, larger 4.2-inch multi info show which incorporates a tyre pressure monitoring system too. The EcoSport S continues using an equivalent 8.0-inch touchscreen display for the infotainment system as before.

If you were eyeing the Titanium+ model, the S, priced at Rs 11.37 lakhs for the EcoBoost and Rs 11.89 lakh for the diesel, it is going to value you an additional Rs 85,000. The new options as well as the HID headlamps, roof and therefore the updated instrument cluster are well definitely worth the premium you’d deal out for. Ford is providing the S variant each on petrol and diesel models and each is priced at a premium of Rs 85,000 over the Titanium+. Claimed potency for the EcoBoost is 18.1kmpl and Ford conjointly claims greenhouse gas emissions for the engine are 12 p.c lower than typical four-cylinder engines.

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