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  1. Jayakanth
  2. New Cars, Reviews
  3. Monday, May 11 2020
I'm planning to buy a car and selected Ford Figo. But as there is news that ford is going to exit but continue to sell using jv with Mahindra. Is it wise to buy Ford now.
Admin Accepted Answer

JV is already formed and apart from core strength of existing Models
> Ford
> Mahindra

this JV will introduce new models along with leveraging the strength. Like
> Ford Ecosport - also to feature in XUV300 Turbo Petrol Engine in near future
> A new MId SUV - in Creta-Seltos Segment will feature in 2021
> A New 5 Seater SUV in Harrier, Compass, Hector Segment will also feature in 2021

So there are no plans as such of Ford exit from India, its just that JV will be used to develop future models, and possibly we may also see synergy in after sales workshop too in near future

Hope should help !!

  1. more than a month ago
  2. New Cars, Reviews
  3. # 1
Srikanth Accepted Answer
This question has become relevant again after the break up of the JV.
Please could you suggest if it is good to buy the Ecosport now.

The price reduction looks like a desperate attempt to gain Sales.
Is there a chance of exit ?

Sampath Accepted Answer
Am using ford aspire titanium diesel 2015 oct manufactured, registered in oct 2016 vehicle. Mileage 39000kms, battery was changed one year back. Now MRF tyres has life only 20%.
My usage is 80% city and 20% on highway.
Am the 1st owner and from Hyderabad.

Pls suggest me whether its right time to change car interms of resale value.
What will be the best resale value for my car.

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