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All-New Ford Fiesta Auto Express Review – Maximum 5 stars

 

New Ford Fiesta 5 star review

Auto Express commented “Ford has delivered a car that’s in strong contention for class honours. The biggest improvements revolve around the cabin, which now boasts genuine premium appeal and all the technology and connectivity you’ll need. It’s also roomier than before and, crucially for a family car, safer. The fact that it’s as good to drive as ever is the icing on the cake.”

“One of the most eagerly awaited cars of 2017 “

Al-New Ford Fiesta Reviews

Carbuyer.co.uk New Ford Fiesta review

 

New Ford Fiesta Review – 4.8 out of 5

New Ford Fiesta positives:

  • Impressive economy
  • Terrific handling
  • Roomy interior

"The economical and fun Ford Fiesta is a more complete package than ever before"

,”The Fiesta looks a strong candidate to be the best in its class.”

All-New Ford Fiesta Reviews

FORD FIESTA HATCHBACK WHATCAR? REVIEW

“For The Ford Fiesta is superb to drive, smart inside and well equipped. It’s one of the very best small cars.”

“Brilliant to drive”

“Lots of safety kit”

“Punchy EcoBoost engines”

What Car? says  

Ride Comfort 5 out of 5 stars

“One of the most appealing things about the Fiesta is that it combines small-car fun with big-car sophistication, and that’s true of the way it rides. Steer clear of the larger optional alloy wheels and the Fiesta deals brilliantly with the sort of nasty sharp-edged bumps and potholes that are all too common on British backroads.”

All-New Ford Fiesta Reviews

Handling 5 out of 5 stars

“The Fiesta is a humble hatchback that’s as fun to drive as some sports cars thanks to its sharp handling and precise, well-weighted steering. Keen drivers will love its responsive, composed nature on demanding roads, but it’s the Fiesta’s ability to put a smile on your face on even the most mundane journey that’s most endearing.”

Driving Position 5 out of 5 stars

“You sit higher up than in many rivals, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it won’t appeal to all tastes. Otherwise, though, the Fiesta’s driving position is tough to knock: the seat holds you securely in place through corners while remaining comfortable on long distances. Go for Titanium trim or higher and you’ll even get adjustable lumbar support – a rare but important feature in this class.”

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