The Ford Ecosport’s chunky looks are easy to fall for, but it’s a disappointing car to drive and is stingy with spaceget the best price
Titanium models get 17in alloys, built-in sat-nav, a rear-view camera, partial leather seats, keyless start, climate and cruise control, as well as automatic headlights and wipers.
Engine: 1.5 EcoBlue 125
As for diesels, there’s a 99bhp diesel or a higher-output 124bhp unit that is the only Ecosport engine to be offered with four-wheel drive. Both are worth considering if you do a lot of miles, due to their superior economy and good mid-range urgency. However, for most people, the petrols will make more sense.
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