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Performance

The Ford Fiesta is sleek to look at and a joy to drive. With perfect body control and excellent refinements, the car has a distinctly grown up feel. On offer are a wide range of petrol engines, including 60bhp and 82bhp versions of Ford’s proven 1.25-litre engines, as well as the 1.0-litre three-cylinder EcoBoost. With superb suspension and nimble handling, the car is pleasant and easy to drive both on the motorway and about town.

Running Costs

The Ford Fiesta is renowned for being easy on fuel consumption and cheap to insure. The diesel engines are the most economically and financially friendly with cheaper tax and there’s good fuel economy across the range. The 1.6-litre diesel ECOnetic is the best with a claimed average of 85.6mpg, while the 1.5-litre diesel is pretty decent too with 74.3mpg. For petrol lovers, the 1.0-litre EcoBoost is also affordable with an average fuel economy of 65.7mpg.

Equipment

Fiesta models start with the Studio, featuring body-coloured bumpers, reach-and-rake-adjustable steering, electric mirrors, power steering, a CD stereo and central locking. The upgraded Style models adds an upgraded sound system, electric front windows while the Style+ has air conditioning a heated windscreen. Next in line is the Zetec which adds 15-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, a chrome grille, ambient interior lighting and a leather steering wheel to an impressive list of features. For those looking to splash out, the top of the range Titanium has electronic temperature control, privacy glass, cruise control, automatic lights, rain sensitive wipers, power folding mirrors and carpet mats. All models can have Bluetooth and USB support as optional extras available on all ranges for additional cost.