Ford Classic Titanium variant launched at Rs 6.86 lakh
Last Updated at
- 05:38 pm, July 16, 2012
The new variant of the Classic sedan will be offered in both petrol and diesel options; comes loaded with new features and a 2 year comprehensive warranty.
Just last week, we had reported that Ford India has re-launched its Ford Fiesta Classic sedan sans the 'Fiesta' badge with minor design and feature updates along with brining down the prices of the new Ford Classic across all its variants by a significant amount. And today, Ford India has launched a new top-end Titanium variant to finish off the its Classic range in the country with prices starting from Rs 6.86 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi.)
The new Ford Classic Titanium will be offered in both petrol and diesel options. The Classic petrol has been launched at a starting price of Rs 6.86 lakh, while the diesel Classic Titanium starts at Rs 7.82 lakh. (all prices are ex-showroom, New Delhi.)
The new B-Segment sedan has been loaded with new features such as a new stereo system equipped with Bluetooth that allows for hands free operations, speed sensing volume controls that automatically adjusts the volume as the vehicle's speed changes and drive-away locks, which automatically locks the doors of the sedan when the vehicle starts moving.
On the inside, the Classic Titanium wears all-new beige interiors, while on the outside there is a new set of alloy wheel design, body-coloured ORVMs and new black front grille.
Under the hood, is the same familiar 1.6-litre Duratec petrol engine and the 1.4-litre TDCi Duratorq diesel powerplant that returns a mileage of 21.27 kmpl and 32.38 kmpl respectively.
The Ford Classic Titanium will be available in six new colours - Paprika Red, Panther Black, Diamond White, Chill Metallic, Moon Dust Silver and Sea Grey. The new variant will also come with a comprehensive 2 year or 100,000km warranty, whichever comes first.
“We have been listening to our customers to offer a value proposition with smart technologies and best-in-class features with the introduction of the Titanium variant in our Ford Classic range. By bringing in Bluetooth telephony in this segment and integrating eight other outstanding features, we have delivered on our promise to democratize technology and add unmatched value to a reliable, fun-to-drive Ford Classic”, said Michael Boneham, president and managing director, Ford India.
First Published on 05:38 pm, July 16, 2012
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