posted 6 years ago

New Ford Ka Titanium Overview

Ford Ka Titanium Performance And Fuel Consumption

The Ford Ka Titanium makes people happier than a multi millionaire staring at his bank statement. Why? Because its strengths make it one of the finest city cars ever created. These – as with every other trim in the range – include its 1.2-litre 69PS petrol engine that is bolted to smooth, five-speed, manual transmission. The result is 0-62mph in 13.4 seconds which is more than enough for the class. Furthermore, this power plant averages 57.7mpg so it burns very little fuel en route to the exclusive shops only millionaires visit. This ensures its emissions are low so this workhorse can be taxed for free in year one, then for £30 from year two (at today's rates). And there is more. Driving the Ford Ka Titanium is nicer than staring at a huge pile of cash. As such the visibility is excellent, the steering precise, the ride is decent and it corners with the confidence of a man with no limit on his credit card. Also, this run-around comfortably seats four people which is important as multi millionaires have lots of “friends”. Wonder why. This high- spec trim also has a class-competitive 224-litre boot so there is plenty of room to store cash. The funky styling and solid build quality further enhance this city car's appeal.

Ford Ka Titanium Equipment Specification

The Ford Ka Titanium is a high-spec trim so it has a reasonable number of toys to thrill millionaires. These include the climate control system that automatically maintains the temperature in the cabin by regulating the air conditioning and the heater. The motorist simply selects his/her preference of (say) twenty-two degrees. This complements the electric front windows and powered mirrors. The Titanium trim also has aesthetic enhancements over its lesser siblings such as the sixteen-inch alloy wheels, chrome door handles, chrome boot handle and the chrome exhaust pipe. Very nice too. Furthermore, it is available with Hill Start Assist which stops it rolling backward on steep slopes. It works – as any millionaire that has tested it knows - by maintaining pressure to the braking system for an extra two and a half seconds so the motorist has more time to move his/her foot from brake to the accelerator. Other optional extras include the electronic stability program that makes cornering safer, the rear parking sensors that minimise mishaps, the rear spoiler that looks stylish and the panoramic roof that makes the cabin lighter. So, clearly our millionaire should stop gazing at his money and buy one.