Ford Fiesta

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2018 Ford Fiesta

The 2018 Ford Fiesta drops the 3-cylinder, 1.0-liter engine option, but gains a larger infotainment screen and standard rearview monitor.

2017 Ford Fiesta

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.

About Ford Fiesta

In a world of cheap gas and plentiful SUVs, the subcompact car is having a hard time finding an audience. However, for those who do prefer a small, fuel-efficient commuter car that is also smartly styled and loads of fun to drive, Ford builds the 2018 Fiesta subcompact. Offered in four trims and two body styles (sedan and hatchback), the Fiesta has a leg up on most of it competitors, although its aging design means you won’t find cutting-edge features like the Toyota Yaris’ forward-collision warning or the Honda Fit’s adaptive cruise control. Then again, none of the Fiesta’s rivals have anything to match the taut suspension and 197-horsepower accompanying the sporty Fiesta ST.

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