The 2013 Ford Fiesta may look small, but it has some big features. It carries over what drivers have loved about it in previous years, including upscale features never before seen in the subcompact class.
It is offered in two body styles- the sedan and the hatchback. Each seats five passengers. While the sedan is styled a bit more conservatively, the hatchback has a narrow front grille and sportier design. The standard wheels are 15-inches and can be upgraded to alloy material or up to 17-inches. Chrome moldings, a moonroof, and heated side mirrors are optional. The Sport Appearance Package adds a rear spoiler and LED lights on the side of the front fender.
The 2013 Ford Fiesta’s interior is where it really blows away the competition. Many auto critics agree, in terms of both materials and features that the Fiesta’s interior leading the class. A height-adjustable driver's seat and tilt/telescoping steering wheel are unheard of among subcompacts, but not for the 2013 Ford Fiesta. Seat choices include cloth and leather, with optional accent-color piping as well as available two-tone trim. Other options include remote start and push-button start.
This small car is extremely fuel-efficient and perfect for those who want to go longer in between fill-ups. Its highway MPG rating again makes it the best in its class. Its performance is due to its 1.6-liter Ti-VCT Duratec® I-4 engine paired with Electric Power-Assisted Steering (EPAS), Ford-Tuned suspension and available six-speed automatic transmission. The 2013 Ford Fiesta provides an agile and spirited performance that drivers are sure to love.
*EPA estimated highway miles per gallon.