2013 FORD FIESTA
I bought this car to get away from Ford's 6 speed automatic. I previously had a 2013 Focus. I bought the Fiesta S with a 5 speed manual transmission. Fun little car. Just the right size for my wife and I. Great gas mileage. I'm getting 33 mpg doing mostly back road driving. If you don't need the size, the Fiesta 5 speed manual is the way to go.
2014 FORD FIESTA
Bought to save on fuel. Consistently gets 38 mpg. Record kept on each fill up. Would buy again
2011 FORD FIESTA
I read that the engine was the best in it's category. I had a Festiva in the past so was looking for a so
I similar car. The Fiesta was a natural. It rides well, has good gas mileage and is the perfect size for me.
2012 FORD FIESTA
This car was purchased on 4/15/16 and was in a head on accident on 4/30/16. The airbags deployed and the lone passenger had only scrapes and bruises. The car is safe. My only complaint was that the transmission was a little rough. Otherwise, it got great gas mileage, it was sporty and my senior loved it.
2013 FORD FIESTA
I love the vehicle BUT 2011-2013 Ford Fiestas and Focus have a faulty transmission. The car will stutter and skip upon initial acceleration, there is no recall but obviously Ford is aware of the issue. I have an appointment with Ford to see what they are going to do for me. Supposedly this issuez occurs around 42,000 miles.
2013 FORD FIESTA
This engine and cooling fan on this car stopped working after 8 months of having it. There was absolutely no warning from the check engine light until it was about to stop on me on the freeway.
Ford Fiesta Information
Rolled off the line in 1976, this car put the super in "supermini." With over 16 million sales world-wide TheFord Fiesta has been one of Fordâs best-selling lines for over five decades. Now in its seventh generation, its only similarity between the original is that the Fiesta is still an economy car with a lot of sportiness and a roomy interior.
While not the first in the Ford line, the Fiesta was credited with being their first globally successful front-wheel drive model and won the 1978 Design Council Award. With a top speed of 106 mph this little car could go from 0-60 in under 20 seconds.
For the next 20 years numerous other upgrades would be added. By the seventh generation of the carâwhich came out in 2008âthe Fiesta would have gone through 22 kinds of engines, everything from a five door to a three door, and too many facelifts and updates to count.
The fifth and sixth generations âreleased in 2002 and 2008 respectively- are the most ergonomic models ever unveiled, plus were safer than ever with anti-lock brakes and dual front and passenger airbags.
The Fiesta also came in customizable designs, with a subcompact car, a coupe and a Sedan all labeled Ford Verves.
Depending on the year of the car, you could have access to any of these terrific amenitiesâ¦
Power windows and locks, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, Bluetooth phone connectivity, iPod/USB interface, leather upholstery, heated front seats, automatic climate control, alloy wheels, rearview camera and rear parking sensors, cruise control, keyless ignition, the MyFord Touch interface and Sync Services.
- In 2008, Motor Trend called the Fiesta a âsuperb little car!â
- UKâs Car Magazine said that, although it was little, it was a âHuge achievement.â
- And in 2011 the Fiesta was named the Best Subcompact Car for the Money by US News and World Report