Ford saw that trend timely and developed a range of designs and personalization for the new Fiesta. An option list that goes beyond a different color or alloy wheel. The Titanium / Trend, the ST-Line as well as the Vignale are visible other models. With specific bumpers, a different grille, aberrant light metal wheels as well as a differently-framed interior, you make a choice for a sporty gear (ST-Line), a chic outfit (Vignale) or a gold middleway (Trend / Titanium). Those who want to distinguish further from next year can also choose the Active version, which can borrow from the Ford crossovers with greater ground clearance, roof rails and additional bumpers.
For years in a row, the Ford Fiesta is the driving force in the B segment. Recently it also became Europe’s best-selling car. This new must continue, but at the same time offer more luxury and comfort than before. Did that work? Auto vision test editor Dries van den Elzen drives the brand new Fiesta in his – currently – sportiest version, the ST-Line.
In the area of luxury, the Fiesta sparkles with a brand new “infotainment” system. An 8 inch display is like a showpiece on the dashboard, and is used for razor-sharp images. All functions respond smoothly to user commands and the menu structure is so logical that the user guide can remain unused.
Optionally, Ford delivers a high-quality audio system developed in collaboration with “B & O Play”. With the right settings, this sounds rich, clear and realistic.