The modelRead full Ford Ecosport review
The Ecosport’s chunky looks and commanding driving position are easy to fall for, but it’s a disappointing car to drive and is stingy with space inside. With no diesel or four-wheel drive option, there are few reasons to choose an Ecosport over more accomplished rivals.
The trimSee full equipment
This trim gives you a unique set of 17in alloy wheels, black exterior styling tweaks along with plenty of black-plastic body cladding, privacy glass and some premium floor mats. The entry-level Titanium model is better value.
The engineSee full engine specs
Of the engines available at the moment, we’d suggest you look to this 124bhp 1.0-litre turbo petrol. It's free-revving, flexible and provides good performance.
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