Ford Fiesta, one of the oldest Ford model still on production for 35 years. Probably one of the longest production car on the market as well. And during the Paris Motor Show, Ford revealed the new facelifted Fiesta.
At the same time Ford started a new campaign and tries break Guinness World Record. Ford plans to break record for world’s largest mosaic image by asking people to tweet their photos with a Ford Fiesta using twitter hashtag #FordFiesta24. And there is a chance to win a personalised 3-D printed 1:20 scale model of a Ford Fiesta with your twitter printed name on it. And you have a chance to win a Ford Fiesta!
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New Fiesta offers the Ford’s new design bit the chrome engine grills. Like its competitors, Ford now offers common design language and we can see this through the chrome engine grill in Ford vehicle range. After the facelift, in my opinion Ford Fiesta became one of the best-looking cars on this segment. Don’t forget Ford Fiesta is not an expensive car!
New Ford Fiesta offers new engines as well, starting from 1-lt EcoBoost petrol engine (100 PS / 125 PS), 1-lt petrol engine (80 PS) and 1.5-lt diesel engine (75 PS). These engines are the new range for the Fiesta, however you may still have the previous engines. 1.25-lt petrol engine (60 PS / 82 PS), 1.6-lt petrol engine (105 PS) and 1.6-lt diesel (95 PS). But, buying new Fiesta with old engines does not make any sense and old engines are not efficient like the new ones. So, avoid them. The new engine will also offer the six-speed double clutch automatic gearbox (PowerShift). Again, my suggestion is to go for the automatic gearbox. New Fiesta offers start/stop technology, Active City Stop (Prevent collision in city traffic), LED headlights.
New Ford Fiesta will become a strong rival for its competitors with these features and new design.