A World Car Comes to the U.S.
The Ford Fiesta has been marketed worldwide. The sixth-generation Fiesta has been in the United States and Canada since 2010 making it the first Fiesta model to be sold in North America since 1980. The European bred 2011 Fiesta is now Fords new entry-level model that slots under the Ford Focus here in the U.S. With two body styles to choose from, Denver buyers can get the sedan that is more…Read More
Driving the ‘Party’
In Spanish, Fiesta is translated a multi-day celebration, which could encompass a carnival, holiday, celebration or party. The new Fiesta is aimed at young urbanites who live with new technology. Inside, the Fiesta jumps into the twenty first century with a new voice activated infotainment system that turns the car into a mobile multimedia entertainment center. The system syncs with the traditional…Read More.
Economy With High-Tech:
The most notable feature on the Ford Fiesta is the Sync multimedia voice-command system which offers turn-by-turn navigation. The Sync system links audio, including Sirius Satellite Radio, navigation, and Bluetooth functions. Available later this year will be a Sync software update called AppLink that allows the Sync system to download iPhone-style apps including one that allows it to play…Read More.
New Technology Reduces Fuel Consumption:
To match the high tech features on the inside, underneath the Fiesta offers the latest in new transmission technology. The new six-speed PowerShift automated manual uses a twin clutch that operates like an automatic. Driver gets the best of both worlds because it operates like an automatic but with the fuel economy of a manual transmission. This is great for people who like to drive but live in the city and have to deal with…Read More.
A Denver Commuters Car:
In its intended driving environment, the Fiesta delivers everything a young urbanite would want. From commuting around town, parking in tight spots downtown, to getting back home to the neighborhood cafe for dinner, the Fiesta will satisfy Denver drivers needs. It will handle trips to the grocery store to pick up a few bags for the week, but the shortage of truly usable cargo space will keep the owner from…Read More.
Ford Brings New Life to an Old Name:
The all new 2011 Ford Fiesta is a nameplate in the Ford family that gets resurrected with an all-new sedan and hatchback for this model year. The subcompact is being introduced into the U.S. Market after being gone for over 30 years. With two body styles available, Denver buyers can have the option of a sedan with a high rear deck, or a hatchback with a Euro style look and easy access rear hatch. With a MSRP of $…Read More.