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.
The 2014 Ford Fiesta features best in class 41 MPG.
The 2014 Ford Fiesta returns with best in class fuel economy, an innovative engine and an all new style. The driver seeking something fun and fuel efficient should fall in love with this Fiesta.
When you’re thinking about the Fiesta, you should start with the fuel economy. Your 2014 Ford Fiesta will get up to 41 MPG, the only subcompact to get more than 40 MPG according to Ford. Achieve 41 MPG when you choose the Super Fuel Economy Package, which includes the 1.6 liter engine and PowerShift automatic transmission.
Under the hood, the Fiesta does feature an optional new 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine. The new EcoBoost engine was already named the “International Engine of the Year Award,” by a panel of 87 automotive journalists. The new engine received the highest score of any engine in the 15-year history of the awards.
But even though it’s small, the EcoBoost engine doesn’t disappoint. Ford says the Fiesta produces 123 horsepower, claiming that it delivers more power for its size than even the Lamborghini Aventador. Learn more: Ford engines are getting smarter.
Ford’s 1.0-liter Ecoboost 3-cylinder engine was voted the International Engine of the Year Award.
Ford’s 1.0-liter EcoBoost 3-cylinder engine has been named the International Engine of the Year for the second consecutive year. But this year, the EcoBoost received the highest score of any engine in the 15-year history of the award.
The 2013 Ford Fiesta is one of the most fuel efficient vehicles on the road today, and when you add in great tech and nice style, this is truly a can’t miss.
When talking Fiesta, you have to start with fuel economy. The Fiesta gets up to 40 MPG on the highway, which is very important today with gas prices constantly high. But you are not sacrificing in other areas though, as the Fiesta has all the features.
Connect your Fiesta to Ford’s voice-activated SYNC system. Once you pair your phone to the Sync, simply push one button and the tell the C-Max who want to call. SYNC Services offers available turn-by-turn driving directions, information and more.
SYNC also helps with voice-activated control of your music through your MP3, USB or iPod. You can also use SYNC with your Pandora.
2013 Hyundai Accent is among four cars voted as best low money new cars.
AutoTrader says the Honda Fit, Ford Fiesta, Hyundai Accent and Kia Soul are among the best new cars with low monthly payments.
AutoTrader was looking for the best new models with payments under $300 per month. Using the a formula that includes 6% sale tax, 10 percent down and national average interest rates and loan terms, AutoTrader considers these models to be top:
Ford Focus helps the Ford Motor Company reach 2 Million
2012 was a good year for Ford. With the Ford Focus, Ford Fiesta, and the rest of the line up being as popular as they are, Ford was able to sell over 2 million cars in 2012.
Jim Farley, Ford’s executive vice president, Global Marketing, Sales and Service and Lincoln, says:
“In just three years, Ford Motor Company has transformed our global small car lineup and started winning over customers worldwide with vehicles that are not only fun-to-drive but also fuel-efficient – largely thanks to our award-winning EcoBoost engines.”
Let’s face it, there is more to driving a car today than just moving a steering wheel. The modern customer wants great mpg, a cool design, and something he can afford.
But one of the biggest questions always is “what are the special features.” MSN recently did a study, and found that the Ford Fiesta, Honda Odyssey and Kia Optima rank among the 2012 “Cars with the Best Tech.”