New EcoSport in Leeds
Discover the New EcoSport range. Updated with the option of AWD and wearing a fresh, sporty new look, the EcoSport is a small SUV that oozes style and it really impresses inside with its tactile, spacious cabin. A 6.5” or 8.0” touchscreen infotainment system with Ford SYNC 3 is fitted as standard across the range, with Keyless Start a standard feature on Titanium and ST-Line models. Available in a range of colours and with contrasting roof and door mirror colours on ST-Line models, the EcoSport stands out from the crowd and delivers impressive efficiency, returning up to 68.8mpg combined.
Sporty, athletic and muscular, the New EcoSport oozes confidence. Its raised ground clearance gives it a purposeful stance, while stylish alloy wheels and distinctive LED daytime running lights help it stand out from the crowd whatever the setting.
Powered by a range of EcoBoost and TDCi engines with the option of Intelligent All-Wheel Drive, the EcoSport delivers strong performance for every day motoring. Cruise control with a speed limiter comes fitted as standard on Titanium models and upwards.
The Ford EcoSport Is An Excellent Daily Driver, With A 355-litre Boot, 60 Split-folding Rear Seats And ISOFIX Child Seat Mounting Points On Both Rear Outermost Seats. Roof Bars Also Come As Standard On Titanium And ST-Line Models For A Storage Box.
Living with it
With fuel economy ranging from 48.7 to 68.8mpg combined, the EcoSport is affordable to run in all guises. It has a dynamic driving experience to keep you entertained, and it comes loaded with useful features, such as Ford SYNC 3, to make life easier.
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New EcoSport Reviews
Ford shows its smallest SUV some love with a refresh in and out, new tech, a new engine and all-wheel-drive. Auto Express
New ST-Line models get big alloys and different bumpers plus “sports-tuned driving dynamics”. Top Gear
It’s a great little engine, this, with bags of urgency and torque about it, a willingness to rev without vibrating the bonnet off its foundations, and a cheeky thrum too. Independent