Always a Time For Celebration With The 2013 Ford Fiesta

If one were to get a small car, he would want it to be the most complete. Complete means an affordable price, good fuel rating, decent amount of passenger and cargo space, and an abundance of interior and safety features. All of that can be found in the 2013 Ford Fiesta, which might just be the best in the small car category. There is only one engine configuration for the 2013 Fiesta, a 1.6L engine capable of 120hp and 112 lbs. of torque. It certainly doesn’t pack much power and speed.  The fuel rating however is one of the best among small cars which is at 29 mpg city/39 mpg on the highway.

The 2013 Fiesta has 15.4 ft3 of cargo space, expandable up to 26 ft3 by folding down the rear seats. Critics praised the design of the Fiesta’s interior, saying it has one of the best designs for its class.

Standard interior features include air-conditioning, tilting telescopic steering wheel, and a 4-speaker stereo system. The dashboard is equipped with Ford Sync infotainment system which is activated with voice commands. Sync has Bluetooth, USB/iPod connectivity for streaming music, and is capable of receiving SMS.

Optional features that can be added include leather seats, a moon-roof, keyless entry, heated mirrors and seats, cruise control, a trip computer and satellite radio.

The 2013 Fiesta got good marks in safety and crash tests, which also included tests in frontal/side impact test and also a rollover test. Standard safety features include seven airbags composed of front side, rear side curtain and knee airbags. It has antilock disc and drum brakes, stability/traction control and child safety locks.

The 2013 Fiesta is priced from $13,800 to $18,700. It is definitely worth buying, thanks to its great fuel rating and also a nice interior. Overall, it is pretty balanced in almost every area and that makes it as probably the best choice for a small car.

Simple Yet Groovy, The 2013 Ford Fiesta

While simple-looking and rather limited, hatchback cars are actually good. They are easy to park, they have decent cargo space and best of all, and they are very fuel-efficient. Ford may be known for producing some of the large, powerful vehicles but the company also ventured into the affordable small cars and has enjoyed success. This year, Ford comes again with a great hatchback car – the 2013 Ford Fiesta. The 2013 Fiesta is powered by a 1.6L engine capable of 120 horsepower. You can choose either manual or automatic transmission, though critics say manual is better as Ford designed the Fiesta to have smooth upshifting and downshifting. Fuel rating is excellent; the Fiesta consumes fuel at a rate of 29 mpg city/39 mpg on the highway.

Interior is pretty good, cargo space is good at 15.4 cubic feet with the rear seats which expands to 26 cubic feet when the rear seats are folded. There is a 4-speaker stereo system and air-conditioning. The dashboard can be fitted with Ford Sync, a voice-activated infotainment system capable of receiving and reading SMS and also giving navigation directions. Ford Sync also has Bluetooth and USB/iPod connectivity, allowing one to easily stream music. Other optional features are heated mirrors and seats, remote start and LED running lamps.

The 2013 Fiesta earned good marks in safety and crash tests, including excellent scores in a frontal impact test. Safety features include front and side airbags for both driver and passenger and also rear side curtain and knee airbags. It has an antilock braking system with disc and drum brakes, electronic stability control and traction control, and child safety locks.

Priced from $13,800 to $18,800, the 2013 Ford Fiesta is very affordable. Its closest competitors are the Honda Fit and fellow Ford sibling, the Ford Focus. The Fiesta is a good buy. It drives great, fuel consumption is low, and the interior features are some of the best.

2013 Ford Fiesta: The Best-Loved Car in Five Decades

Five decades is equivalent to fifty long, (or short depends on how you look at it) years. That is how long people from all over the world love Ford Fiesta. The fist Fiesta was sold in 1976 and since then has made a name to reckon with in the automotive industry. True to its passion for innovation, Ford did not stick to the current model that was adored by its global patronizers. It continued to improve its perfomace, design, and technology. Targetted to attract the younger generation of drivers, the 2013 Ford Fiesta is a very competitive car. The 2013 Ford Fiesta is available in both manual and automatic transmission.

The 2013 Ford Fiesta has a big trapezoidal front grill with large laser headlamps that use the latest LED technology, and the beaut features of a power-dome design. The curves and angles of Fiesta is both intruiguing and compelling. The interior is equally exceptional with its roomy and comfortable layout.

The best feature of the 2013 Ford Fiesta though is its best-in-class fuel economy. People that budget smartly will get a kick out of this car with its efficient performance. It is equipped with 1.0 liter Ecoboost Petrol Engine.

With technology and innovation at the helm of the Ford’s creation, the company made sure that the car delivers exclusive technology features that include Ford SYNC, Active City Stop, and the European debut of MyKey.

Not only do you get to choose the type of transmission of your car, you also have a wide selection of the Ford Fiesta models: S Sedan, S Hatch, SE Sedan, SE Hatch, Titanium Sedan, and Titanium Hatch. Price is from $13,200 to $18,200.

2012 Ford Fiesta: Small Car, Big Features

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The 2012 Ford Fiesta got the looks and features so this is definitely a car that you can’t simply ignore. A new version of the well-received European Fiesta was brought to the US market last year. This is very promising for the manufacturer since more and more Americans are gearing towards smaller cars that are economical but still packed with features and amenities. Car reviews highlight the stylish look of the 2012 Ford Fiesta without sacrificing the functions. You will not be disappointed with its performance because driving is as smooth as its looks, a notch higher than the usual Ford lineup in the US. Steering and handling work impressively and maneuvering is softer than other cars that are similar in size.

The 2012 Ford Fiesta boasts of a top-notch interior. The starting price of the base Fiesta S is $13,995 which already gives you a decent sound system that comes with an auxiliary output. Some other features include a split-folding back seat, A/C and rear heater ducts. It also has power locks and a tilt/telescopic steering wheel and all these features are not found in all car models that are similar to the 2012 Ford Fiesta so these are all plus points for Ford.

Safety is also not compromised in this car. In fact, there’s a driver’s knee bag in all versions of the Fiesta. If you want something upgraded, the top-of-the-line SES hatchback will cost you around $23,000 and you get premium audio, the voice-controlled Sync Bluetooth plus USB interface and an interior without the econobox.

Overall, if you want a small car with great features that is stylish, as well, you can consider the 2012 Ford Fiesta.

2012 Ford Fiesta – Ride with a Festival Onboard

Drive comfortably with the 2012 Ford Fiesta. With the Ford name attached to it, it is guaranteed with quality, excellence, and durability that shall last for a long time. It has a 1.6L 16-valve Duratec I-4 engine with 120hp at 6350rpm that gives you speed that you need, plus bonuses. And with its fuel economy of 29mpg in the city and 38 on the highway (at manual), this sedan can save you every drop of fuel you deposit into it. And as Ford says it, it ‘squeezes every last drop.’ And when talking about Ford, safety is their priority. Seven standard airbags surround the Fiesta, giving you peace of mind while driving. And with its Boron-Steel safety cage, durability is guaranteed on every unit of the Fiesta. And to make sure you’re okay, using your mobile phone, the Fiesta calls 911 for those unwanted and unavoidable road accidents.

Its aerodynamic look, dragon’s eye headlamps, and 15” steel wheels (with covers) really liven-up any passer-by that glances the Fiesta. And to be more personalized, you can dress your Fiesta with body art.

Its interior has its treats to indulge you. Seats are heated when needed, giving you a warm seat on a cold morning. There’s also the SYNC App-Link that serves as a mini command center inside your car. With the SYNC App-Link, you can call people you need to talk to, read your texts messages aloud for you, voice-activated music search, and it provides turn-by-turn directions to guide you to the next gas station.

See the 2012 Ford Fiesta now. With these available colors – lime squeeze, yellow blaze, blue candy, violet gray, red candy, tuxedo black, ingot silver, oxford white, and race red.