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Ford Ecosport

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Ford EcoSport Review

  Titanium X pack has additions such as rain sensing wipers, cruise control and has leather throughout at a cost of an extra £1,000 for the pack. With seven body colours to choose from, five being metallic, it is interesting to find Bright Yellow doesn’t cost any extra.  Diamond White costs £250, while the vibrant Kinetic Blue and Mars Red cost an extra £495. Ford EcoSport Engine and Driving There are three engines available, two petrol and a diesel.  The award-winning 1.0-litre Ecoboost produces 125PS and has a top speed of 112mph and feels surprisingly quick and eager.  It zipped around Barcelona traffic easily and pulled away from static traffic with ease.  Their new engine, the 1.5-litre Duratec will also be an option which produces 112PS is available as a manual or automatic. Their diesel option, the 1.5-litre Duratorq TDCi doesn’t perform as well and with a maximum power output of 91PS it struggles massively.  Driving up slight inclines is noisy, laboured and not enjoyable at all. The EcoBoost engine emits just 125g/km so no VED cost and has a combined 53.3mpg figure so ideal for those wanting a fuel efficient engine. Read More