The 1.0-liter 2014 Ford Fiesta with an EcoBoost three cylinder hit 45 MPG highway in the government’s official fuel economy test.
If these EPA Estimates are accurate, this will be the most efficient vehicle in its class. According to fueleconomy.gov, the all new Fiesta engine reached 45 highway MPG. According to the EPA, this Fiesta also gets a combined 37 MPG, 32 MPG in the city. Compare that to the smart fortwo, which only gets an EPA estimated 38 on the highway, and the Chevy Spark, which only get an EPA estimate 39 MPG on the highway.
Ford said it is officially America’s most fuel-efficient non-hybrid, gasoline powered car.
This 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine gained famed this summer, winning the International Engine of the Year Award for the second consecutive year.
“With the new Fiesta 1.0-liter EcoBoost we’re pushing into fuel economy numbers only seen on hybrids and diesels,” said Joe Hinrichs, executive vice president and president of the Americas for Ford. “Coupled with the new Fiesta ST, Fiesta covers the performance-efficiency continuum in the subcompact segment better than any other nameplate in the market.”
Ford EcoBoost engines deliver up to 20 percent better fuel economy compared to other larger gasoline engines.
No matter which 2014 Ford Fiesta you choose, you’ll get excellent fuel economy. The traditional Fiesta models get up 41 MPG, and even with the sports model, you’ll still get excellent fuel economy. Read and watch what we said when we took the Fiesta out on the highway.