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Ford Fiesta 1.0 Ecoboost St-Line Navigation 3Dr Petrol Hatchback

Ford Fiesta 1.0 Ecoboost St-Line Navigation 3Dr Petrol Hatchback

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Fuel: Petrol

Body: Hatchback
Trans: Manual

Boot carpet, Quickclear heated windscreen, ESP + traction control, Sports suspension, Electric power steering, Trip computer, Body colour electric adjustable heated door mirrors, 6 speakers, Body colour door handles...


Ten Second Review

Ford's latest Fiesta looks very different to that which has gone before but it's probably not as radical under the skin as you might expect. Still, the introduction of the excellent 1.0-litre three-cylinder Ecoboost engine is extremely welcome. Ford's latest Fiesta looks very different to that which has gone before but it's probably not as radical under the skin as you might expect. Still, the introduction of the excellent 1.0-litre three-cylinder Ecoboost engine is extremely welcome.


With over four million Fiestas sold in the UK since 1976, it's a fair assumption that Ford knows what it's doing when it comes to developing small cars for a demanding clientele. The latest Fiesta is no exception. This car is effectively a midlife facelift of the sixth generation car and it was first shown at the 2012 Paris Show. The front end incorporates a styling theme we first saw on the B-MAX small MPV, with a big Aston Martin-style front grille that's fast becoming the Ford family look. It's a small vehicle with some very big shoes to fill. Its predecessors were Britain's best selling cars in 1990, 1991, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2009, 2010 and 2011 but I have a suspicion that this latest version will carry on that winning streak without breaking too much of a sweat. Its secret weapon? A 1.0-litre three cylinder petrol engine.

Driving Experience

Certain realities exist in the supermini market. The additional cost of diesel engines rarely makes them big sellers, so this is where the state of the art in petrol engines is often played out. Right now, Ford's 1.0-litre Ecoboost three-cylinder unit is looking like it might just be in the box seat. It's available in both 100 and 125PS guises and it's already been a big hit in the Focus, winning the 2012 International Engine of the Year award along the way. With less lard to lug around in this installation, it's pretty vivid, especially in 125PS form, getting the Fiesta to 62mph in just 9.4 seconds. The Fiesta has long been one of the very best superminis to drive. Expect that still to be the case, even though here, the underbody changes are relatively few. Ford has developed new chassis and suspension components to improve the ride quality and refinement of the car and further refined the Ford Electronic Power Assisted Steering system. Though other small cars cosset you from bumps more effectively, the penalty is a vagueness when it comes to body control. This one lets you know the bumps are there but even on the most tarnished tarmac, lets very few of them into the cabin, skipping across the poorest surfaces with grip and composure through the tightest corners, all the while offering unrivalled driver feedback that's complete but not intrusive. The many drivers in this country who've never owned anything but a Fiesta probably think that all small cars drive like this. Take it from me: nothing could be further from the truth.

Design and Build

That massive trapezoidal front grille might have a few people looking twice and wondering whether an Aston Martin Cygnet is attempting an overtake. So yes, it's certainly distinctive - but not an unattractive feature and something that works well with the Fiesta's shape. Inside, Ford has relocated electric window switches, heated seat switches and interior door handles in the new Fiesta. A full leather-rim steering wheel is offered for the first time and a smart five inch central colour display supports the model's first integrated navigation system. It's a smarter cabin too, with a high-gloss finish for the upper instrument panel that flows to the lower centre console and is replicated in the door panels. A satin-chrome detailing finish is also offered, along with Ford's signature Ice Blue lighting to illuminate dials, switches and displays. There's more storage room too. A new central arm-rest also provides additional cubby space and the door pockets are larger and more practical. If you're going to be using the back seats regularly, opt for the five-door version: in the three-door, the windows are small and set high up, so light isn't abundant. Either way though, you might be surprised at the space available: even a couple of six-footers should be reasonably comfortable. Out back, a concealed load space has been introduced beneath the boot which has an adjustable floor height to simplify loading and unloading heavy items. As before, there's 276-litres on offer with the seats up. As for the styling changes, well that massive trapezoidal front grille might have a few people looking twice and wondering whether an Aston Martin Cygnet is attempting an overtake. So yes, it's certainly distinctive - but not an unattractive feature and something that works well with the Fiesta's shape.

Market and Model

You'll need to be budgeting in the £13,000 to £14,000 bracket for a Fiesta with this 100PS 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine. It's certainly worth the £500 premium you'll pay over the normally aspirated 80PS version of this same powerplant. If you want the five-door bodystyle rather than the three-door we tried, there's a £600 premium to find. You're going to need quite a budget though, if you want this 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine with 125PS as this unit only comes with the plushest trim levels. Take it from me: the 100PS is really all you need. As for equipment, well, even entry-level Fiestas come with stability control, anti-lock brakes, seven airbags, a CD player with controls on the steering wheel, central locking and electric heated mirrors. There are nice touches too: we particularly liked the EasyFuel cap-less refuelling system. At the top of the range, Titanium variants are very well equipped and there's an ECOnetic version also on offer. Even ritzier are the Titanium-X models. These feature the Keyfree system, partial leather and include a SONY DAB stereo. One intriguing innovation is MyKey, a segment-first technology feature that allows parents to limit the speed of the car. Plus it prevents the driver from deactivating safety technologies such as Electronic Stability Control and the Active City Stop low-speed collision avoidance system. It can even the cap the volume level of the stereo in order to encourage safer driving. Another interesting innovation is SYNC, an in-car connectivity system that features Emergency Assistance that directly connects the vehicle occupants to local emergency services operators after an accident. It can do so in the correct language for the region whilst continuing to liaise with the driver in English.

Cost of Ownership

The Fiesta has always been a bit of a star where running costs are concerned. When the engines used to be a bit off the pace, the asking prices were low. Now that the Fiesta has some of the most fuel efficient engines in the sector, the list prices of the cars are a little higher - but to compensate, residual values have improved in turn. The 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine returns some excellent figures with both variants returning a stellar 65.7mpg on the combined cycle and registering just 99g/km - which means free road tax and no London congestion charge. Insurance premiums and maintenance costs have been kept low by an intelligent approach to manufacturing. Bake-hardened steel on the front wings, for example, offers better resistance to low speed bumps and scrapes. Headlamps and tail lamps are positioned high, away from potential impacts, while specially shaped 'crash cans' are designed as sacrificial parts, collapsing predictably in an impact to prevent more extensive damage and higher repair bills.

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Key Standard Features*

  • Solid - Race red
  • Solid paint
  • Cloth - Charcoal black
  • Manual air conditioning
  • Tyre repair kit
Body Glass
Quickclear heated windscreen
Rear wiper
Tinted glass
Electric front windows/one touch facility
ESP + traction control
Hill start assist
Sports suspension
Driver Aids
Electric power steering
Driver Information
Trip computer
Navigation system with DAB radio/CD and Ford SYNC Bluetooth connection, voice control
SYNC Emergency Assistance
Driving Mirrors
Body colour electric adjustable heated door mirrors
6 speakers
Steering wheel mounted controls
Auxiliary input socket
USB Connection
Exterior Body Features
Body colour door handles
Body colour bumpers
Body colour tailgate handle
Body colour side skirt
Black grille
Body colour large rear spoiler
Chrome beltline
Exterior Lights
Front fog lights
Courtesy headlamp delay
LED daytime running lights
LED rear lights
Pollen filter
Interior Features
Cloth upholstery
Rake/reach adjustable steering wheel
Centre console with armrest
3 spoke leather steering wheel
Black headlining
Sports pedals
Illuminated cup holders
Leather trimmed handbrake handle
Interior Lights
Load area light
Driver and passenger airbags
Front side airbags
Curtain airbags
Tyre pressure monitoring system
3 point rear seatbelts x3
Drivers knee airbag
Front passenger airbag deactivation
MyKey system
Front seatback pockets
Sports front seats
Adjustable head restraints
Driver's lumbar support
Manual seat adjustment
60/40 split folding rear seat
Remote central locking
Perimeter alarm
Wheels - Alloy
17" 8 spoke alloy wheels with rock metallic finish

Factory Fit Options

City pack - Fiesta£300.00
Convenience pack - Fiesta Zetec S/Titanium/ST-Line£450.00
City and Convenience pack - Fiesta£750.00
Paint - Metallic
Metallic - Moondust silver£495.00
Metallic - Deep impact blue£495.00
Metallic - Magnetic£495.00
Metallic - Shadow black£495.00
Paint - Solid
Solid - Race redStandard
Heated front seats£175.00
Rear centre head restraint£50.00
Exterior Body Features
Metallic paint£495.00
Solid paintStandard
Special solid paint£250.00
Special Pearlescent paint£745.00
Interior Features
Variable boot floor£75.00
Body Glass
Privacy glass£225.00
Active city stop£200.00
Driver Aids
Cruise control£150.00
Exterior Lights
Automatic headlights + automatic windscreen wipers + auto dimming rear view mirror£150.00
Paint - Special
Special solid - Frozen white£250.00
Special pearl - Candy red£745.00
Trim - Cloth
Cloth - Charcoal blackStandard
Manual air conditioningStandard
Air conditioning + Electric Auto Temperature Control (EATC)£275.00
Wheels - Spare
14" steel spare wheel£100.00
Tyre repair kitStandard


0 to 60 mph (secs)
0 to 62 mph (secs)11.2
Engine Power - BHP100
Engine Power - KW74
Engine Power - PS
Engine Power - RPM6000
Engine Torque - LBS.FT125
Engine Torque - NM170
Engine Torque - RPM4100
Top Speed112
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