Ford Fiesta 2013 Review
- WHAT WE LIKE
- Stylish sleek design
- Comfy driving experience
- Not the cheapest but a good investment
- WHAT WE DISLIKE
- Cramped back seats
- Modest engine
The 2013 Ford Fiesta is available as a hatchback only. Regardless of your choice, rest assured that the Fiesta is one of the most desirable small cars available. The back seat might prove a bit of a squeeze if you regularly have passengers, but if you’re just looking for a fun, stylish car to get around in then this is perfect. On the inside the seats are definitely comfy and even on longer journeys the Fiesta is a painless drive, while the handling is snappy and nimble, which makes it a great choice for urban navigating and parking. Even if the 1.6 liter engine never quite feels 'powerful', it’s responsive enough to make the car feel nippy.
For people looking to compare against previous years, the new 2013 model might not seem a massive leap forward from the 2011 version, but under the hood the engine is cleaner than ever. There are also some pretty cool new extras available, like a new stereo with Bluetooth support. If you’re a bit of an audiophile or just want to use your mobile hands-free, then you’ll want to check them out.
Even with the most basic model, the Fiesta is a bit of a homerun. It might not be the cheapest small car out there, but considering its snazzy style appeal, quality build and awesome drivability, it’s no wonder that it’s such a popular choice. It’s perfect for someone who’s not too concerned about size and just wants something stylish to zip around in. This is a car to enjoy and show off in.
Rival models to compare include Kia Rio, Fiat 500 and Chevrolet Sonic.
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