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Ford EcoSport Lease Deals

The EcoSport is Ford’s take on the small SUV and it uses the ever-popular Fiesta as its inspiration. Take a Fiesta, make it taller, and bingo – an urban runabout rival for cars like the SEAT Arona, Nissan Juke and Renault Captur. It’s the smallest SUV Ford makes, but does it have what it takes to succeed in a marketplace full of excellent competition?
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Ford EcoSport Top Features

Ford’s smallest SUV.

Plenty of standard features.

Punchy 1.0-litre engines.

  • The EcoSport is only a little car – so some concessions for practicality are to be expected. But that said, there’s less room inside that you’ll find in a lot of its rivals. Up-front space is fine, but rear-seat passengers will want more legroom. Headroom isn’t too bad but, although there are 3 rear seatbelts, you wouldn’t realistically want more than 2 adults in the back as the middle seat is tiny.

    At 355 litres, the boot is on the small side too – and the practicality isn’t helped by a side-opening tailgate, hinged at the left. You can fold the rear seats down if you need extra space, but doing so leaves a step between seatback and boot floor.

    Rivals like the Renault Captur have both more space and more flexibility, with seats that slide forward and back to maximise boot space or legroom. There are at least a few in-cabin storage spots, at least up front, with big door pockets, a reasonable glovebox and a deep-but-narrow space under the centre armrest.

  • Leasing deals for the EcoSport don’t look too pricey, but they’re not much lower than the slightly larger but newer and more impressive Ford Puma. Other rivals are more affordable still, including the very talented Skoda Kamiq.

    Fuel costs from the 125hp engine shouldn’t be too high. It has a claimed mpg of 47.9 – and the 140hp version promises up to 47.1mpg. However, the Puma will give you more power for less fuel, and other rivals are more frugal too.

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Ford EcoSport 

There’s just 1 version of the EcoSport and it’s a 5-door SUV with that curious side-opening boot door.

Trim Levels

Titanium ST-Line ActiveThe Titanium EcoSport is well kitted-out with 17-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights and air conditioning, as well as cruise control, parking sensors and a rear-view camera.

The Ford EcoSport Vs Competitors

The small SUV market is packed as manufacturers vie for your attention. That can make decisions confusing, but the tough competition also means there are some great cars out there.While the EcoSport has its plus points, we’d be looking at the superior Ford Puma if you’re looking to stay with Ford. It’s a bit bigger, but has a similar leasing price and performs better in just about every area.Other great all-rounders include the Skoda Kamiq, while if you’re looking for something particularly stylish, try the Peugeot 2008, Nissan Juke or Volkswagen T-Roc. The Renault Captur is a looker, too, and can be specced as a plug-in hybrid, while the SEAT Arona is fun to drive.
  • On its own merits, the EcoSport has some appeal, most notably its compact size. But in a market packed with great small SUVs, there are better choices.

  • No, all Ford EcoSports are front-wheel drive only.

  • The EcoSport is at its best around town. Its ride quality isn’t the best, so there are other rivals we’d recommend if you’re doing longer journeys.

  • The EcoSport was tested by independent safety organisation Euro NCAP in 2013 and scored 4 out of 5 stars. Most manufacturers would want the maximum 5 stars and standards have moved on since 2013. This means that there are technically safer rival cars on the market.

  • All models of the EcoSport come with an automatic emergency braking system called Pre-Collision Assist, which will apply the brakes if you don’t respond to an impending collision.

  • The latest EcoSport does not come with a spare wheel.

  • Choose Vanarama for the best price on your Ford EcoSport lease deal. We offer the best car leasing deals with our Price Promise including free delivery. We’re rated Excellent on Trustpilot and offer free 30-day returns in case you change your mind.

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