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A decent car ruined by foolish pricing. And no longer the ultimate driver's car like the old one.
Rides better than a lot of Japanese, Korean and even German competitors. But room at the back is tight for a car of this size and this cost. Comes very well-equipped, though.
While this makes 10 more horses than the old 100bhp Fiesta, it doesn't feel that fast. It will not set your pulse racing.
It's a cool car as long as you can keep that rear and that boot hidden from sight.
The interiors are durable, but look and feel cheap. But the car is built well overall and doesn't rattle or squeak, if you keep it in good shape.
It's a Ford. They make cars that handle when they are asleep. This Fiesta is nothing less. But for those of you grown up on the old Fiesta and the FIesta S, this new one won't meet your standards. While this Fiesta handles well, the sensation, the fun and the feedback that you got from the old one is all gone.
It's very conventional and not terribly spacious. Nor can you do too much of folding and reclining for flexibility. No, you can't move houses in it.
The Fiesta started life as the most expensive car in its segment. Then they slashed prices ruining the already brittle resale value. It's not very expensive car to run. But it's got a foolish sticker price. And you'd need to be foolish to expect a great price when you try to sell it.