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Performance and Efficiency

Why choose between power and efficiency? With the Ford Fiesta you can have both. The award-winning 1.0 litre EcoBoost petrol engine delivers a seamless blend of power and fuel economy. While the new EcoBoost Hybrid features an electric motor to boost power whilst minimising emissions. And with sophisticated driving dynamics, this is the car that delivers a rewarding, no compromise driving experience

Features shown on this page may only be available on selected models. Where available, these features may be optional extras at additional cost. For more info, download price list to view current UK specifications.

Available as a Fiesta Mild Hybrid

The Fiesta EcoBoost Hybrid engine uses a small electric motor with a 48-volt battery to improve efficiency. Instead of driving solely on electric power, the electric motor provides torque assistance to the petrol engine when needed. It also uses regenerative braking technology, which charges the mild hybrid's battery by capturing energy that’s usually lost when you slow down. This helps increase your fuel economy and reduce emissions.

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Ecoboost engine render

More power. More efficiency. More enjoyment

The revolutionary 1.0 litre 3-cylinder Ford EcoBoost petrol engine gives you up to 125PS power, but achieves better fuel economy and CO2 emissions than prior generation EcoBoost engines. Win, win. You can also choose a 1.1 litre TiVCT engine that gives you up to 75PS to play with whilst keeping emissions down.

Diesel power

Prefer diesel? Then go for the 1.5 litre TDCi engine that delivers a rewarding 85 PS and achieves a money-saving economy.

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Petrol Engine

Variable Servicing

Variable Servicing is an intuitive and cost-effective way to maintain your car, designed to increase the maximum length of time between routine services by monitoring numerous factors including time and distance of individual journeys, oil temperature, average vehicle speed and fuel consumption. Variable servicing analyses this data, along with oil wear and degradation, and determines the required routine service intervals of your car tailored to your particular driving cycles, meaning you can benefit from a maximum of up to every 2 years or 18,000 miles before you need to book a service.

Tyres that can improve efficiency

The Fiesta’s low rolling resistance tyres are designed to reduce the energy required to make the tyres roll. This means less power is required to move, and fuel consumption is reduced over the life of the vehicle.

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