Sporty machine loaded with features
Pros : Sporty front design, powerful engine and good features
Cons : Interiors should have been more capacious and rear looks are not satisfactory
Ford Fiesta has been one of the most successful sedans for Ford Motors. Last year, the company introduced the new Ford Fiesta which is more efficient than the Ford Fiesta Classic. Four months ago, I bought the new Ford Fiesta Petrol Titanium. Inspired from its excellent performance and drivability I am writing this review and I expect that it will help you to choose the right mid-size sedan.
As my driving is almost in city, I preferred the petrol variant of this car. My Fiesta titanium is loaded with many fabulous features like Dual Airbags, Central Locking, All four power windows, AC, Remote boot and fuel lid opener, Anti-lock Braking System, Automatic Climate Control, Audio Controls on steering wheel etc. As far as the interior comfort is concerned the front row has got sufficient space for both driver and co-driver, however, the rear seat shoulder space is not enough for three passengers. Legroom and headroom are good but shoulder space should have been increased in this car.
The engine of my Ford Fiesta Petrol is of 1.5 liter petrol engine that is mated by 5 speed manual transmission. Hats off Ford motors for enabling this petrol engine to deliver decent fuel efficiency on streets. I am getting outstanding mileage of 14 kmpl, which usually we get from a diesel sedan. At a price of Rs. 9,18,000, Ford Fiesta is the best option to go with.
My Fiesta is also a complimentary sedan in terms of styling. It has got sporty curvy headlamps resembling to Ford Figo and aggressive front grille. However, the rear looks are not satisfactory as the boot and rear bumper look boxy.