The Ford Fiesta is a leader. It is the second best-selling European market, just behind the best-selling Volkswagen Golf model and the B segment. The current generation came to market in 2008, but has already received a restyling in 2013, now receives some changes they do to continue to maintain the appeal.
The range of engines for the Ford Fiesta Red and Black also completed with the introduction of the 1.0 EcoBoost 125 hp and the new 1.5 TDCi 95 hp. Until now offered only with the engine 1.0 EcoBoost 140 hp , a drive now also be available in Titanium and Sport finishes. Three new options are added to the color palette, such as magnetic gray, silver and red Silver Silk Candy Red. The Sport finishes some colors may choose a ceiling in different color .
The ECOnetic versions low-power engine also debut 1.5 TDCi, standardizing 3.2 liters average consumption and CO2 emissions of 82 grams per kilometer. With regard to the original version of 2008 CO2 emissions have been reduced by 16 grams per kilometer, with the adoption of Stop & Start, regenerative braking, tires with low rolling resistance and new aerodynamic components on the body and the underside of the vehicle.
The brand has noticed that customers are increasingly demanding extras and technologies. Now there are other improvements in the range and halogen headlights with LED daytime running lights and projectors for the finish Trend, the new chrome lower grille for Titanium, new alloy wheels 16 “or interior improvements such as shift knobs, handbrake and mats with contrasting stitching.
Source – Ford
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Article The Ford Fiesta receives improvements, expands its range of engines has originally been published in Current Motor.