07 May 2018
1 min read
247 words
Tech & Toys
Here is Nepal's first CUV from Ford and Biraj takes it out for a spin


It is a cross hatchback with muscular design with scuff plates at the front and rear. It has roof rails on top which can support up to 50 kilograms. The Freestyle previews the look of a facelifted Ford Figo hatchback and Aspire compact sedan design. The V of the bonnet is more pronounced now and flows into a black hexagonal mesh grill. The bumper with a C-shaped fog lamp enclosure, smoked effect headlights and contrast effect for the wing mirrors further enhance the look. The stickers on the bonnet are reminiscent of the Ford Mustang.


The interiors carry a dual tone finish with both black and brown, with the colour combination is set according to preference. The main highlight, however, is the six and a half inch entertainment system with built-in Ford Sync 3, which is easily one of the best systems around. It also gets keyless entry and go, auto climate control, auto headlamps and Ford MyKey function that allows owners to set maximum speaker volume level and speed limits. 

For more of the review, watch the full video and catch Biraj’s full breakdown and analysis of the vehicle.