A Short Review on 2012 Ford Fiesta
The new 2012 Ford Fiesta remains a top of the class small car. Ford Fiesta does a great job when it comes to fuel economy and driving experience in this segment. It’s one of the most searched cars on the web after its brother, Ford Focus. This marvel is manufactured by the American auto maker company Ford Motors has managed to change the perception about small cars with the number of features that it has to offer. Ford has done a great job in all its products in the last year and has updated almost all the models to strengthen its market presence. Though, it will take time to get hold on it.
2012 Ford Fiesta is loaded with a 1.6 liter four cylinder engine that can deliver 120 horsepower and 112 lb-ft of maximum torque. As far as the transmission is concerned, Ford Fiesta comes with a standard 5 speed manual transmission. However the engine can be mated to the optional Power Shift 6 speed auto transmission to ease driving. The engine achieves the efficiency and improved performance with the use of the state of the art twin independent variable camshaft timing, commonly known as Ti-VCT. This new engine delivers an exclamatory fuel economy of 40mpg which is too impressive to hold on and even one won’t feel the acceleration levels to be down. It’s a total fun to drive car which is always ready to go anywhere.
The new 2012 Ford Fiesta comes with two fashionable interior style packages. It offers two tone leather trimmed seats that are well cushioned and comfortable. The steering wheel, instrument panels trim and door trim inserts are color-coordinated. The quality of the material used inside is nothing less than the kind used in full sized higher class cars. The new features are on steering controls, Bluetooth connectivity, great multimedia system, cool dials, smart dashboard, powered ORVMs, engine start-stop button and many more to be discovered.
The looks of 2012 Ford Fiesta are also up to the mark. The car is now available in two different body shapes to suit anyone’s desires. The hatch form who loves to drive small cars with more freedom and the other is the sedan form who loves to blend into luxury. It is available in a number of vibrant and lively colors. The grille, front and rear bumpers as well as door handles are available in body color. The head lamps have a unique dragon eye look and the side panels also have a razor slash feel to it. The whole car has now a very fresh look that is giving a tough competition in the overall market even in the upper segments.
The base model of 2012 Ford Fiesta is available for $13,200 which is a very feasible price to own a car with so many amenities. It’s a bang to rivals like Honda Civic, Hyundai Accent and Volkswagen Vento and even some hatchbacks like Honda Jazz.
However, the choice in engines is limited as of now but maybe we can see some enhancements later that will pump up the car with more power but still it’s a great car to own.
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