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The Fiesta comes in a variety of packages, from the reasonably priced Zetec and Titanium models, to the performance-based Fiesta ST. Whichever you choose, you’re getting brilliant value, good looks and a great drive.
The main lure of the Fiesta has always been the amount of fun you can have for such a cheap price. While the ST-3 is the most expensive and quickest model in the range, it’s only slightly more expensive than the base Audi A3, whereas the Ford comes with around 70bhp more.
Fiestas are many things: good value, robustly made, reliable and cheap to run, they also drive well and look sharp. When you get a Ford Fiesta, you’re not just buying a car; you’re buying almost 40 years’ worth of development and innovation. Tweaked and sculpted to perfection, today’s Fiesta does a whole host of things better than a lot of others in its class.
Fighting off the likes of the Renault Clio and the Citroen DS 3 at every turn, the Fiesta achieves a real balance between looking great and being fun to drive that other cheap hatchbacks are still trying to attain. As the base model is cheap to buy and run, the Fiesta makes for an ideal first car.
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