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2013 Ford Fiesta
Charlotte, NC
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Pros If you’re looking for a fuel-efficient small car, but you don’t want to sacrifice the interior quality or modern features usually found only on larger, more expensive models, the 2013 Ford Fiesta sub-compact is an easy choice. What's New? More than the vehicle itself, the Ford Fiesta’s order sheet has been revised for 2013 creating a new, more rational alignment of equipment and feature packages. The Ford Fiesta may be the only American sub-compact that can truly stand up to the Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris. Slick Eurostyle looks, impressive 29/39-mpg fuel economy and true fun-to-drive chassis tuning do the trick. But, in addition, the Fiesta loads on features unexpected in this class, including wild interior and exterior colors, a version of Ford’s SYNC audio and communications system, electronic stability control, remote engine start and a dual-clutch automatic transmission. Driving the Used 2013 Ford Fiesta When the Fiesta was first introduced to the U.S., we expected Ford to water down the European version’s excellent chassis. But, to our delight, the great road manners remained intact. On the highway, the Fiesta delivers a ride that is both comfortable and controlled. Push the car through a curving on-ramp or twisting back road and you’ll enjoy its balance, response and communication. We’re not big fans of electric power steering, which generally compromises driving feel, but the Fiesta’s system is quite good.  With the 5-speed manual transmission, you can keep the revs up and wring out fair acceleration, but the automatic – though a sophisticated dual-clutch design – lacks a manual-control option so you’re at the mercy of the transmission computer for your fun and forward progress. Interior Comfort To find a reason to pick the Fiesta over its Asian competitors, look inside. Ford has done a masterful job with the Fiesta’s interior styling and execution, offering a number of distinctive interior choices, such as white/black leather seating, contrasting piping and plum leather seating surfaces. Soft-touch materials are where you want them (armrest, console lid, steering wheel) and high-end options. Navigation is not available, something most of its competitors offer, but between affordable accessory units and smart phones with GPS functions, this omission does not feel serious. Exterior Styling The 2013 Ford Fiesta subcompact is blessed with strong character lines, befitting the savvy young buyers Ford is after. The Hatch has been equipped and positioned as the primary model, which makes sense in this class. Thankfully, cheap-looking unpainted parts and ugly wheel covers are nowhere in sight; even the least-expensive Fiesta looks upscale. Favorite Features INTEGRATED BLIND-SPOT MIRRORS. Standard on the side mirrors of every 2013 Ford Fiesta are small, convex secondary mirrors that find cars hiding in those nebulous areas between peripheral vision and mirror coverage. Standard Features A 2013 Ford Fiesta S sedan includes air conditioning, 4-speaker AM/FM sound system with auxiliary audio input jack, tilt/telescope steering wheel, an automatic transmission and the same fun suspension and powertrain found in every Fiesta. It also gets all the safety goodies, like electronic stability control and seven airbags – including the category’s first driver’s-side knee airbag. This base-model includes 15-inch covered steel wheels and roll-’em-up manual crank windows. Engine & Transmission The 2013 Ford Fiesta’s 4-cylinder engine is capable enough, but it’s more notable for its fuel efficiency than its power. Transmission is a 6-speed automatic, Ford’s first dual-clutch transmission. Compared to a traditional automatic, the "PowerShift" unit delivers more direct engagement, faster shifts and greater fuel economy. To attain the much-hyped 40-mpg highway fuel-economy rating, you have to order the Super Fuel Economy (SFE) Package, which makes the car a bit more aerodynamic, a tad lighter and slightly less glued to the road thanks to harder mileage-maxing tires. 1.6-liter inline-4120 horsepower @ 6,350 rpm112 lb-ft of torque @ 5,000 rpmEPA city/highway fuel economy: 29/39 mpg, 29/40 mpg (automatic w/SFE package)Rideshare & Delivery

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9215 Northlake W Dr, Charlotte, NC 28216, USA
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