The Ford Fiesta 2011 comes as a 4-door, 5-passenger family sedan or wagon; as well as a hatchback.
All have 1.6 liter fuel capacity and 120 horsepower. A standard model comes as a 5-speed manual transmission or an optional 6-speed automatic transmission.
Its interiors include the latest technology of the hands-free mobile and multi-media features such as voice-activated control for the FM/AM/MP3/CD stereo and audio system of the car. There is Bluetooth link and cell phone connectivity.
The seats are all comfortable with high quality materials that offer a more impressive look. There is an option for leather materials and heated front seats if you desire so. There is 60/40 folding rear seat available.
The ride is smooth and light. The car is able to take on corners and sharp ends with ease as the steering is precise and exact. There is very little noise as you drive and it runs well on bumpy roads without feeling the bumps at all.
The Ford Fiesta offers a new technology for the transmission that manages you to choose your transmission. There is the twin clutch 6-speed automatic transition that runs like automatic with a cost cutting measure for fuel of manual transmission. You won’t have to use clutch pedal to change your transmission so you can save on fuel as well.
The Fiesta S and SEL sedans and the hatchback have the standard features which include air conditioning, seat upholstery, AM/FM radio with audio input jack, power door locks and exterior mirrors, back seat heat ducts, carpeted mats for its front floor and cloth door panel trim. There are special package options, which include keyless entry, automatic lock doors and CD/MP3 player. Upgraded features could include cruise control, power windows, satellite radio, metallic painted accents, trip computer, aluminum alloy wheels and a high-end sound technology system. The more features you want to have Ford would install with their equivalent prices to boot.
The safety features include front airbags, side airbags, driver knee airbag protection, child safety seats, anti-lock brakes, tire pressure monitoring system and traction stability.
The sedan’s design is similar to an econobox with trimmed edges and high trunk lid. It is a form, which fits well for a family. As for the hatchback, its design is similar to any European car with a rounded back and elongated body form. However, since it is a matter of personal choice, both model types look stylish and attractive.
The 2011 Ford Fiesta is competitive on its own, both models accordingly to the buyer’s preference. It could be a wise choice as both cars provide suitable comfort and safety features. With the world economy still on its fleeting situation, the Ford Fiesta could be an economical car that you can use. The price range for standard sedans could start from $13,400 and around $15,000 for a hatchback. Of course, more upgrades could mean additional costs. Regardless, with the standard features of both Ford Fiesta models you would be assured of your money’s worth.