The Ford Fiesta is now available to order with an electrified powertrain for the first time. Ford EcoBoost Hybrid powertrains, available from £19,860 with Fiesta Titanium, will deliver enhanced fuel efficiency for Fiesta drivers while, Ford says, complementing the company’s “fun to drive” experience. The 48-volt mild hybrid technology is introduced alongside new driver assistance technologies including Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop & Go and Speed Sign Recognition, designed to deliver less stressful driving experiences on highways and around town.
The Fiesta line-up has been revised, with a new entry-level diesel Trend model, as well as Edition versions of the ST-Line, ST-Line X, Active, Active X and Vignale. At the same time, diesel power has been re-introduced to the flagship model, now called Vignale Edition.
2019 Diesel Car & Eco Car Used Car Top 50 – Ford’s Fiesta is our Best Used Small Car and is in 6th place
There’s no shortage of used Fiestas available; it has been Britain’s best-selling car year after year. That’s good news when it comes to choice and cherry picking the best example of this handsome supermini with a well deserved reputation for being great to drive.
The top-selling Ford Fiesta adds a rugged new look to its line-up with the addition of the Fiesta Active crossover range for summer. Comprising three variants – Active 1, Active B&O PLAY and Active X – Fiesta Active joins Ford KA+ Active in offering buyers a lifestyle crossover with increased ride height, rugged exterior and advanced technologies.
A new model was launched this year, reinforcing its lead in the marketplace. It’s still the top-selling new car in the UK for good reason and not one rival has managed to surpass its fantastic handling.
Ford’s first new Fiesta has arrived in the UK. The car was a five-door Titanium with premium B&O PLAY audio, 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine and eight-inch touch screen connectivity
Prices and specifications for the highly anticipated 2017 Ford Fiesta have been announced, with the Fiesta Style starting from £12,715. The model will keep its Zetec, ST-Line and Titanium trims, as well as ushering in a tech-focussed B&O Play grade…
2016 was another record year for the UK car market with registrations up for the fifth year in a row to 2,692,786, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT)
Ford has revealed the next generation Ford Fiesta at a special “Go Further” event in Cologne, Germany
Diesels take 48.5 per cent of record UK car sales of over 2.6 million in 2015