The Fiesta is a small front-wheel-drive car serves as Ford's entry-level model. Available in a four-door sedan and a 5-door hatch, the Fiesta combines smaller proportions and advanced powertrain technology to achieve fuel economy ratings of up to 29/40 (SFE package). Similar in size to the Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris, the Fiesta is over 5 inches shorter and 3 inches narrower than the larger Ford Focus. With bright colors and sharp styling, the Fiesta does not look like inexpensive transportation. Although the base model priced at $14,000 is a bit spartan, it is possible to get a model with alloy wheels and power equipment for around $16,000.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||MPG
|Fiesta S ||1.6l I4 (120-bhp) ||M5 ||FWD ||27/35/31 ||44 ||$13,660|
|Fiesta S ||1.6l I4 (120-bhp) ||SM6 ||FWD ||27/37/32 ||44 ||$14,755|
|Fiesta SE ||1.6l I4 (120-bhp) ||M5 ||FWD ||27/35/31 ||44 ||$14,890|
|Fiesta SE Ecoboost ||1.0l I3 (123-bhp) ||M5 ||FWD ||31/41/36 ||48 ||$15,885|
|Fiesta SE ||1.6l I4 (120-bhp) ||SM6 ||FWD ||27/37/32 ||44 ||$15,985|
|Fiesta Titanium ||1.6l I4 (120-bhp) ||SM6 ||FWD ||27/37/32 ||50 ||$18,650|