Ford Fiesta Reviews, Photos, Prices, Specs

June 30th, 2012 | Category: Ford, SUV | 923 Views

Ford Fiesta Reviews, Photos, Prices, SpecsThe new Ford Fiesta is the first subcompact offered by Ford in the U.S. since its three-door Aspire of the late 1990s. The Fiesta was launched as a 2011 model, in both four-door sedan and five-door hatchback models, and has been adapted from the well-received and very popular model sold under the same name in Europe, Asia, and elsewhere—though North American versions offer more standard equipment than Fiestas elsewhere in the world.

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The Fiesta competes with the Honda Fit, Toyota Yaris, Nissan Versa, and Chevrolet Aveo. Its starting price of $13,995 can rise as high as $23,000 if buyers tick lots of boxes on the lavish lists of options offered by both the factory and Ford dealers.

Ford last sold a car called the Fiesta—a subcompact three-door hatchback—in the U.S. from 1978 to 1980, following it with the Festiva three-door (1986-1993) and then the Aspire three-door (1994-1997). The newest iteration for 2011 offers “expressive” and “vibrant” styling inside and out (and bright and cheery exterior hues)—the theme is “energy in motion”—with a dashboard center stack deliberately reminiscent of a mobile-phone keypad. The driver can choose among several different colors of LED “mood lighting” to illuminate the cup holders, footwells, and so forth.

The new Fiesta, in either body style, comes with just a single engine option: a 1.6-liter four making 120 horsepower. A five-speed manual gearbox is standard, but the automatic option is an unusual and technically advanced six-speed “PowerShift” direct-shift gearbox (DSG). EPA fuel economy ratings rolled in at 28/38 or 29/39, but with a $795 Super Fuel Economy Package (special tires and aerodynamic improvements), the Fiesta’s highway rating was boosted to 40 mpg.

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Performance of Ford Fiesta Reviews :
– Engine: 1.6L Duratec in-line four-cylinder DOHC with variable valve timing and four valves per cylinder
– Unleaded fuel
– Fuel economy: EPA (08):, 28 MPG city, 37 MPG highway, 32 MPG combined and 384 mi. range
– Multi-point fuel injection
– 12.0gallon fuel tank
– Power (SAE): 120 hp @ 6,000 rpm; 109 ft lb of torque @ 4,250 rpm

Exterior of Ford Fiesta Reviews :
– Body-color front and rear bumpers
– Driver and passenger power door mirrors: body-color
– External dimensions: overall length (inches): 173.6, overall width (inches): 67.8, overall height (inches): 58.0, wheelbase (inches): 98.0, front track (inches): 57.7, rear track (inches): 57.7 and curb to curb turning circle (feet): 34.4
– Headlights: halogen with complex surface lenses
– Metallic paint
– Rear window: with defroster
– Weights: published curb weight (lbs): 2,578
– Windshield wipers with intermittent wiper

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Interior of Ford Fiesta Reviews :
– 12V power outlet(s) in front
– Fixed mast antenna
– Audio system with AM/FM radio
– Cargo capacity: all seats in place (cu ft): 12.8
– Front cup holders
– Floor mats
– Intelligent driver front airbag, intelligent passenger front airbag with occupant switch off
– Driver seat : bucket ; details: manual height, front passenger seat : bucket
– Height adjustable front seat belts with pre-tensioners for driver and passenger
– Front seat center armrest
– Two height-adjustable front head restraints, three height-adjustable rear seats head restraints
– Internal dimensions: front headroom (inches): 39.1, rear headroom (inches): 37.1, front hip room (inches): 50.6, rear hip room (inches): 49.2, front leg room (inches): 42.2, rear leg room (inches): 31.2, front shoulder room (inches): 52.7, rear shoulder room (inches): 49.0 and interior volume (cu ft): 85.1
– Driver knee airbags
– Low tire pressure indicator
– Power locks
– Vehicle speed-proportional power steering
– Front and rear reading lights
– Rear seat belts for driver, rear seat belts for passenger, 3-point rear seat belts for center
–  Rear seats:
– Rear view mirror
– Front and rear curtain airbag
– Seating: five passengers
– Cloth upholstery
– Service interval indicator
– Front side airbag
– Four speakers
– Tilt/ telescoping steering wheel
– Tachometer
– Ventilation system

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Price of Ford Fiesta Reviews :
Price Range: $13,200 – $18,200
MPG Range: 28 – 37 mpg
Bodystyles: Sedan, Hatchback

Price of Ford Fiesta – Features are a strength of the Fiesta. Even the base $13,995 model includes air conditioning and an aux-in port; while at the SE level you get upgraded trim and lighting. SES Sport and SEL models get upgraded sound, LED driving lamps, and heated side mirrors with integrated turn signals, plus big alloy wheels. These features haven’t changed all that much since the model’s introduction, although for 2013 Ford consolidated the Fiesta lineup into three trims: S, SE, and Titanium. Options includes a power moonroof and Ford Racing wheels, along with several sport appearance packages.

Review pictures specifications, interior, Exterior of Ford Fiesta :

Posted by: Neo Anderson
Title: Ford Fiesta Reviews, Photos, Prices, Specs
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