“Ford specialises on bigger cars with more than 1,500cc, and the new Freestyle does not fall under that category. It is the smallest car ever made by Ford, specifically tailored for India and Nepal where the roads are rough and people demand compact cars,” says Akash Golchha of GO Automobiles.
At first glance, the Ford Freestyle has a masculine and sporty look with striking straight black lines sweeping out from the front to back. The front bumper vehicle has an integrated skid plate and sculpted fascia sections that create a protective full-width beam element, accentuating Freestyle’s SUV looks and credentials.
The all-new product from Ford is constructed with three-cylinder 1.2L TiVCT petrol engine, delivering 96ps power and ground clearance of 190mm, the highest in its segment, making it a perfect choice for off-roading.
For safety, the car comes with Active Rollover Prevention combined with Electronic Stability Control, to automatically detect potential rollover situations by applying brakes to individual tyres and decreasing engine torque. With six airbags and a Sync 3 infotainment system, Ford Freestyle combines safety with the latest technology to provide comfort and convenience to drivers.