Prices for the car start at Rs 5.09 lakh and there are four trims on sale.

The new Figo-based cross-hatch, the Freestyle, is priced from Rs 5.09 lakh*, and is available in four variants – Ambiente, Trend, Titanium and Titanium+. There are two engines on offer - an all-new 96hp, 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol and a 100hp, 1.5-litre diesel. Both engines are mated to a new five-speed manual transmission as standard.

Here’s what every variant offers:

Ambiente (P: Rs 5.09 lakh/D: Rs 6.09 lakh)

Dual front airbags

ABS with ABD

Rear parking sensors

Auto door locking (at 15kph)

Keyless entry

Rear fog lamps

15-inch steel wheels with 185/60 R15 tyres

Front power windows with driver’s side auto down function

Day/night rear-view mirror

Adjustable front-seat headrests


Trend (P: Rs 5.99 lakh/D: Rs 6.99 lakh)

Front and rear fog lamps

Indicators mounted in the outside mirrors

Rear-view camera

Power windows (all four)

6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system with USB and Bluetooth and navigation

Steering-mounted audio controls

Four speakers

Tachometer with a gearshift indicator

Boot light

Follow-me-home headlamps


Titanium (P: Rs 6.39 lakh/D: Rs 7.35 lakh)

Hill-start assist


Traction control

15-inch alloy wheels with 185/60 R15 tyres

Electrically adjustable and folding outside mirrors

Rear washer and wiper

Dual-tone interiors

Automatic climate control

Auto up and down functions for driver’s side power windows

Height adjustable driver’s seat and front seatbelts

Push-start button


Titanium+ (P: 6.94 lakh/D: Rs 7.89 lakh)

Six airbags

Emergency assist

Automatic headlamps and wipers

Automatic day/night inside rear view mirror

Additional USB port for infotainment system

Ford’s Sync3 (with voice control) for infotainment system

Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility for infotainment system

*All prices ex-showroom, Delhi

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