New 2015 Ford Fiesta Prices

The word Fiesta means a “celebration” or “party” in Spanish, something that can be easily seen in the design of the Ford Fiesta for 2014. This car comes as either a sedan or a hatchback with numerous trim levels that you can choose from. A sporty-looking ride, its smaller engine won’t have you competing with a real sports car. Both models offer four doors and several trim levels that include S, SE and Titanium, with the ST only offered in the hatchback model. Standard options include 15” stock alloy wheels, power everything, six-speaker sound system with CD player, USB and iPod inputs, voice command and Bluetooth. Upgrade to a premium trim package and add the MyFord touchscreen interface, flashy metallic interior trim, painted wheels, side marker lamps and a few other amenities. With a base engine that includes a four-cylinder that makes 120 horsepower at 112 pound-feet of torque, buyers will want to consider upgrading to the ST model, which features a supped up and turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 197 horsepower. A 33 mpg EPA rating is great for commuters. The affordable price tag is fabulous for first-time buyers. However, a three year warranty that only spans 36,000 miles should be upgraded for complete peace of mind.
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