The UK's best-selling car, brilliant to drive, practical and dependable
Which Fiesta has the best MPG?
1.5 TDCi Style ECOnetic 3dr - 88.3 MPG
What is the starting price for the Fiesta range?
RRP from £10345
Which is the fastest?
1.6 EcoBoost ST-200 3dr - 0-62 MPH in 6.7s
What are the dimensions of a Ford Fiesta?
The typical size of a Fiesta is 3969mm x 1709mm
What is the lowest Fiesta insurance group?
Ford Fiesta User Reviews
|25/10/2016 22:41:16 G Horne " Just over 40 miles to the gallon is not as good as I hoped. 1.4 litre was a sensible choice but I have to knock off the air conditioning if I need to accelerate! quite nice handling and manoeuvring. Boot small so glad I got 5 door version. Cruise control - never be without it. After nearly 50K it has been totally reliable. Well done Ford! "|
|25/10/2016 17:53:11 Pam Cunningham " Great first car very economical but not speedy and fast. "|
|25/10/2016 16:37:21 Angela Master " I was going to buy an Audi A 1,a much more expensive car, but changed my mind when I drove this car. Excellent value for money-I love it "|
|18/10/2016 17:11:21 Daniel Stock " Good little car , that has been lowered and had k and n filter fitted,and also a mongoose exhaust fitted, really good round corners and sticks like glue to the road,quick little car for the money and cheap on parts too ,very cheap on petrol if you haven't got a heavy foot all the time, overall a good all round car. "|
|11/10/2016 20:22:23 David Albon " This is a must have vehicle if you want space, safety and all things for a large family car that you can throw anything at it. Its great for towing, if you like caravanning and towing boats and all the outdoor pursuits, skiing, canoeing and cycling its got everything you could possibly need from a car of this statue. Five seats or seven there's enough room for the pets as well. Its truly a versatile family car and you would be truly hard pushed to own a vehicle of this calibre at this price range. Ok, I know its not a Range Rover but oh boy its nice to know your not far behind. There is a slight down size, but not to drastic and that is the fuel economy, which in the big picture for the size of the vehicle is around 30 to 36 mpg, higher on a long run. If you choose a manual these figures are slightly higher, but all in all you would not be disappointed. Like all big 4 by 4s there is slight body roll at higher speeds (minimal) but just sit back and enjoy the ride. I would definitely recommend a Hyundai Santa fe for your pleasure, with a 5 year warranty for piece of mind, you cannot make abetter choice. "|