First generation of Ford EcoSport


There are a lot of reasons to feel safe inside Ford EcoSport. It offers you features that protect you and your car from any risk. And that adds up to peace of mind.  A second-generation concept model was launched in 2012, being assembled in new factories in India.

The first-generation EcoSport was designed by Ford. The EcoSport became one of Delhi Ford best-Dealership seller models.

Versions and engines:


1.5L TDCI (Diesel)

91PS @ 3750 RPM

204NM @ 2000-2750 RPM


1.5L TI-VCT (Petrol)

112PS @ 6300 RPM

140NM @ 4400 RPM


1.0L Ecoboost (Petrol)

125PS @ 6000 RPM

170NM @ 1400-4500 RPM



A restyling was introduced, which renewed completely the front to bring it closer to then-current Ford pick-ups, as well as the contemporary Brazilian restyling of the Ford. Also updated the rear lights, both bumpers, and in the interior showed new dashboard using better-quality materials.

Second generation (2013–present):

The second generation of the EcoSport was developed under Ford’s global product development process. The EcoSport is powered by a 1.0-litre, 3 cylinder turbocharged Ecoboost petrol engine which has a power output of 120 PS (88 kW; 118 bhp) and 170 N·m (125 lb·ft) of torque. The engine features Ti-VCT, which contributes to the turbocharged engine’s peak torque starting at 1,300 rpm.

Safety and comfort features:

The Ford EcoSport comes equipped with a variety of features, including the latest Ford SYNC driver connect system, a unique voice command system. Advanced climate control and a centrally mounted LCD screen with SYNC controls are also included. Safety features like that Seat belts, anti-lock brakes.


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