June 10, 2016 : The next-gen Ford Fiesta has been spied for the first time wearing heavy camouflage. The car is expected to be launched in European countries by 2017. This all-new Fiesta will replace the current hatchback the world over. The Fiesta sedan, available in the country a few months ago, is an extension of the current gen Fiesta hatchback. However the Fiesta saw some ill fate in India as it didn’t tick the C-segment sedan buyers’ fancy and wasn’t able to carry forward the huge fanbase the previous generation Fiesta (aka Fiesta Classic) created Read More Read Less
Looks, braking, handling, features
Rear space, no petrol engine
Ford isn't clear with the positioning of the new Fiesta. It's a dynamically able car to drive with great handling, braking and steering response, but then it only comes with a diesel engine that's tuned for fuel economy. It remains a good looking car, though; possibly the best looking in its class.
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