ford fiesta ecoboost lease

2015 Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost Lease
$
185
/Mo.

$2750 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees.) Miles: 21,000

MSRP $16,595


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Ford Fiesta 1.0 Liter EcoBoost Test Report
The new three-cylinder 1.0 liter Ecoboost engine in the Ford Fiesta makes for a very peepy little engine all the while returning 40+ MPG fuel economy figures.
The front design of the new edition Fiesta Ford has taken the mouthful. The noble cooler maw reminiscent of the great and now probably following until the end of 2014 Mondeo and even the mighty super sports car is an Aston Martin Vanquish at this face to mind. The Cologne put in the model care more than ever on the topic of downsizing. Core of the wide range of models is the award-winning three-cylinder engine with capacity of one liter, which is available from January to get the Ford Fiesta for the first time without turbocharging.

While the stronger turbo versions make 100 or 125 horsepower, bringing the three-cylinder vacuum cleaner 65 or 80 hp to the front axle. Difficult to understand why Ford with almost identical levels offers then two four-cylinder 1.2 liters. The two four-cylinder engine with 60 hp and 82 provide similar performance, more consumption and a lower price. Makes the customer the choice difficult. Is complemented by a 182-hp ST sport model and two diesel versions with 75 or 95 hp and a minimum consumption of 3.3 liters of diesel.

With the 92 kW / 125 hp top model of the Ford Fiesta model year 2013 is expected to be more than blithely go. The little more than a ton, three-cylinder running vibration and extremely manoeuvrable in spite of just one liter displacement. Sets the turbocharger once one, it is powerful to the point, with the midget in the higher speed range can certainly be heard. With a coarse three-cylinder sound it accelerates the 3.97 meter long Fiesta 1.0 Ecoboost with its 200 Nm in 9.4 seconds from zero to 100. The maximum speed is 196 km / h as handsome as the standard consumption, despite all the momentum at a manageable 4.3 should lie liters of premium.

No sixth gear on board
If the question mark, why all Fiesta versions are to get spite of the high-tech engines only with a little contemporary five-speed manual transmission. But the 105-hp 1.6-liter version offers a six-stage dual-clutch gearbox. Six hand-switched gears are not in the portfolio. Since Ford runs after time as well as with its start-stop system, which is to get at the core models except 125-horsepower gasoline engine only at extra cost.

Remains well-tuned shows the chassis of the Ford Fiesta. The electric power steering is precise and the equally tight as comfortable damper settings can – typical Ford – even more convincing. This applies only partially to the interior. Although most of the materials are valuable and can be cool to the touch, annoys the confusing center console that would better fit to the bridge of Captain Kirk. The multifunction display for radio and navigation should be like one to two sizes larger in 2013. Up to five inches is not much. Difficult to justify the switch for which only one-stage seat heating is also unlit invisible just above the seat rail. He is to feel at best. Here it is a replacement.

Meager equipped entry-level model
This is not necessary when space is limited. In front you sitting comfortably, but a little too high and find behind class requires at least two adults to 1.70 meters square. Light is the entry and exit in the five-door version. Unfortunately, there is on the passenger side, not only the practical handle for easy entry and exit, but also a useful seat height adjustment.