2021 Ford EcoSport SE Variant To Launch Next Week
Ford India has unveiled a teaser to reveal that the 2021 Ford EcoSport SE will be launched soon. The business released a teaser based on the film Karan Arjun in Bollywood style. The 2021 Ford EcoSport SE will have a special, rear design similar to the one sold overseas, as stated by us earlier. The price announcement of the EcoSport SE may take place by March 10.
For nearly a decade, Ford’s EcoSport has been on sale while its rivals have produced newer or revised versions. And although a big update on the Ford EcoSport is due later this year, Ford India has recently introduced a SE edition that drags the rear tailgate-mounted replacement wheel.
We told a few dealers that, having measured customer input on the configuration of the export version of EcoSport, Ford has agreed to add the latest model to India’s lineup. The brand aims to improve the attractiveness of the aging SUV by incorporating the tail-gate configuration of the aging version.
In India, alongside the domestic model, the Export Variant of EcoSport, which was launched in 2015 is also produced but comes with a special rear-design in which the number plate stays in the middle of the tailgate, as is the standard version.
Almost all the features of the top EcoSport Spec including a Ford SYNC infotainment system and sunroof are offered in EcoSport SE. This model will be sold with the petrol and diesel options and will be below the top-specific EcoSport S in the Indian series, with various alloy wheels and many functional deletions.
The main failure to remember is that the current EcoSport SE doesn’t have a replacement factory wheel and receives a tubeless tire and a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) package.
According to July last year’s update to the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MORTH), passenger vehicles falling under the category M1 are not allowed to be sold with a spare wheel subject to such requirements (such as TPMS). The M1 category applies to all passenger cars, including the driver, and can hold up to 9 passengers. The weight of these vehicles must not exceed 3.5 tons.