Although Ford has sold its Fiesta market in worldwide markets since the mid-'70s, it only hit US shores in 2011, in response to Ford's need for a subcompact. Read full review
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For the 2014 model year, Ford makes cosmetic and tech updates, but leaves the driveline alone. Read full review
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The grille and front-end treatment get a drastic change, copying the styling from the Fusion and Focus. Read full review
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This 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine is currently the only choice. Later, Ford will be adding an EcoBoost option with a 1-liter engine. Read full review
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The Fiesta can be had as a hatchback or sedan. Read full review
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The Fiesta's suspension is typical for its class, with a torsion bar at the rear wheels, and MacPherson struts at the powered front wheels. Read full review
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This Fiesta model is in Titanium trim, which means it comes almost fully loaded. Only the navigation system and sunroof are options. Read full review
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The rear cargo area is adequate for a few grocery bags, but fold down the rear seats and the space more than doubles. Read full review
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The leather-covered seats in the Titanium trim Fiesta are manually adjusted, but include light bolstering. Read full review
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There is a minor amount of play in the steering that keeps the car from feeling twitchy. Read full review
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MyFord Touch comes standard in the Titanium-trim Fiesta. It includes this 6.5-inch touch screen. Read full review
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The optional navigation system lives on an SD card, and works as a plug-and-play feature. Read full review
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The Bluetooth hands-free phone system is excellent, with full-featured voice command. Read full review
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Audio sources, of which this car gets a lot, sit in a list down the left side of the stereo screen. Read full review
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A rearview camera makes parking easier. Read full review
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