In years past, shopping for a subcompact car often meant putting your expectations for comfort, amenities and style aside in the interest of a low price and good fuel economy.
The 2013 Ford Fiesta is one of several cars in the class that break out of that mold. While the Fiesta may be affordable and fuel efficient, it’s also good looking, roomy and relatively entertaining to drive, even the base models. A long list of standard and available features make stepping down into the Ford Fiesta feel, in many ways, like a step up.
It’s hard to miss the car’s sensible size (near ideal in an urban environment) and European-derived styling, which make it stand out in a sea of more conventional designs. Though power output is a modest 120-horsepower from the car’s 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine, it’s diminutive size and light curb weight (roughly 2,600 pounds) make the car feel nimble, though those who truly enjoy driving will be happier with the five-speed manual...
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