Ford Ecosport VS Renault Duster

Year 2012 really will be a year of compact SUVs in India and worldwide as is evident by the gradual increase in demand for such macho cars in the country and elsewhere. SUVs that are the most anticipated and will be the most sought after will be Ford Ecosport and Renault Duster besides Maruti XA Alpha and others. Both Ford Ecosport and Renault Duster were unveiled at the 2012 Auto Expo held in New Delhi in January and were able to bag tremendous response from the visitors as well as industry critics.

 

Ford Ecosport Review :- No doubt there is an expected surge in demand for compact SUVs and India is getting ready to have these offering in a big way. Almost every car maker seems to pitch in its compact SUV in India. Reason: small size, seating capacity and big car feel besides power and performance. Besides, not all SUVs in India are truly put to real off roading and are majorly used for on road MUV purposes. These two SUVs have the guts and features to emerge as a prominent contender for the best compact SUV in India.

 

Comparing the vitals it is revealed that where Duster is more powerful, longer, wider than Ecosport, it will fall short on brand visibility and trust than the latter. Let’s compare the two in toto.

 

Ford Ecosport vs. Renault Duster: the under the hood effect

 

Renault’s second SUV in India after Renault Koleos is expected to be powered by 1.6L petrol with 105 bhp and a 1.5L dCi diesel motor with two power output levels viz. 85 bhp and 110bhp. Whereas Ford Ecosport is expected to have 1L EcoBoost petrol engine with 118bhp of power and the diesel Ford Ecosport will be 90bhp 1.5L engine powered. Comparing the power output, the Ford Ecosport petrol will be a little more maneuverable than Duster while the latter is at a win-win situation in diesel.

 

Renault Duster is expected to imbibe the true SUV spirit while the Ecosport will go by the Ford tag “Urban SUV” suggesting that the latter will feel more convenient in the city than in…

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