If you enjoy receiving great gas millage but don’t want to make the switch to one of those boring fuel efficient cars, don’t worry Ford’s got the perfect car for you. It’s happily named the Ford Fiesta, and it’s one compact car you’re sure to have a blast in. With its above average features such as keyless entry, and push button start to its 7 color ambient light show throughout the interior it’s definitely in a style class of its own. This fun nimble car is also capable of getting up to 29 mpg city and 40 mpg highway, making it perfect for any high mileage traveler.
The Ford Fiesta has a starting price tag of $13,200 but if you are looking for a little more bells and whistles the Fiesta Titanium starts at an unbeatable $17,200.
“Fiesta has truly been a One Ford global success,” said Global B-Platform Chief Engineer Steve Pintar. “The car has met strong consumer demand in mature and emerging markets alike. In North America, Fiesta changed the game by upping the ante for small cars by offering drivers an unprecedented array of comfort, convenience and connectivity technologies.”
Top Car for the Money
The 2012 Ford Fiesta was awarded with the title of being the second best car for the money, in the affordable small cars segment, by U.S. News Rankings and Reviews. The Fiesta, which was reintroduced in the states back in 2010, was awarded the honorable spot out of 41 other competitors including the Chevy Sonic, Toyota Prius, Honda Fit and Nissan Versa.
“The 2012 Ford Fiesta is a well-rounded small car that offers good driving dynamics, a comfortable interior and competitive interior tech for the class,” says U.S. News.
New For 2013 Model
Ford has made a few new changes to the North American model for 2013. The first is the addition of two new interior style packages which will expand the already available sport appearance package. The two interior styling packages will only be available in the SEL sedan and SES hatchback models and will provide customers two distinctive color combinations. The Race Red package will combine red and black leather trimmed seating and door panels with red steering wheel and instrument panel accents. The Oxford White package mixes tuxedo black and white into a similar layout. Ford is also rolling out across the board the addition of blind spot side view mirrors and a driver’s seat armrest for additional driver comfort.
2012 Ford Fiesta Review
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