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By Scott Oldham -- Contributing Editor

Despite its starting price of around $15,000, the new 2017 Ford Fiesta brings good looks, a fun driving experience and robust technology to a once-dreary subcompact market. The Fiesta is Ford's smallest and least expensive car but its expansive lineup includes four trim levels (S, SE, Titanium and ST), and two body styles (a 4-door sedan or versatile 5-door hatchback), which expand its appeal against rivals like the Honda Fit, Toyota Yaris and Chevy Sonic. Fuel economy is exceptional. The 2017 Fiesta can achieve up to 43 mpg on the highway with its turbocharged 3-cylinder engine. A favorite of performance buyers is the hopped-up Fiesta ST that packs a turbocharged engine boasting nearly 200 horsepower and a suspension ready for a canyon road.

You'll Like This Car If...

If you want a little fun, style and infotainment tech in your fuel-efficient and inexpensive subcompact, the 2017 Ford Fiesta will make you smile. Driving enthusiasts on a budget should go directly to the well-engineered 197-horsepower Ford Fiesta ST, as it’s among the few performance-oriented subcompacts available.

You May Not Like This Car If...

If maximum cargo space and higher resale value are greater priorities, you may be more interested in the Honda Fit. If value pricing and a long warranty are what you're seeking, check out the Kia Rio, which starts under $15,000 and offers 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain coverage.

What's New for 2017

The 2017 Ford Fiesta remains essentially unchanged for the new year, aside from new colors including a sexy shade called Orange Spice Metallic Tri-Coat exclusively available on the performance-oriented Fiesta ST.

Driving It Driving Impressions

Comfortable and controlled, the 2017 Ford Fiesta is one of the more fun cars to drive in the subcompact class. Push the Fiesta on a curved onramp or sweeping road, and it responds with surprising balance, communication and grip. The steering is precise and its overall performance will impress you. This is a small car that likes to be driven. Of the three powerplants offered, the standard 120-horsepower 4-cylinder is adequate. The newer turbocharged 3-cylinder is an efficiency champ that also grants surprisingly smooth power delivery. Then there's the performance-oriented Fiesta ST. With 197 horsepower and sport-tuned suspension and steering, it's the clear athlete of the group and the only Fiesta equipped with 17-inch wheels and 4-wheel disc brakes. A 6-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, which can feel awkward at times, is available on the standard engine, while the 3-cylinder and the ST come only with likable manuals, 5- and 6-speeds, respectively.

Favorite Features

Ford consistently improves its Sync infotainment system and the 2017 Fiesta is equipped with the latest and greatest version. It’s not only easier to operate, it has a large 6.5-inch touch screen. It’s much better than the version it replaced, which was marred by too-small alphanumerics and latent response.

The Fiesta offers two different smooth and eager turbocharged engines: a 123-horsepower 3-cylinder designed for maximum fuel economy, and a 197-horsepower 4-cylinder designed for maximum fun. Both deliver exceptional performance and fuel economy, but as is usual with turbocharged engines, lead-footed driving can run up fuel consumption.

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