For It’s good to drive, refined, well priced and has sensible running costs.
Against Cabin quality is poor and the side-opening rear door isn’t very practical.
What Car? says
The Ford Ecosport is an interesting alternative to other mini-SUVs, but it has too many flaws to make it better than average.
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There are 6 Ford Ecosport versions available
Target Price team says:
Unless you do plenty of miles a year, go for the 1.0-litre petrol model. It offers the best blend of price, economy and performance, and its light engine helps make it the best Ecosport to drive.
We’d go for Titanium trim. It has plenty of equipment as standard and is usefully cheaper than Titanium X Pack versions.
Every model will be cheap to run, but it’s worth going for the optional service plan when you buy the car. Not only does this cover the cost of the car’s services for up to three years, it’s also cheaper than paying for the services individually.