Ford testing the Fiesta in Michigan
Ford has acknowledged for some time that they plan to introduce a smaller B-Class car in the US market in the coming years. On the way home from the office the other day I spotted a Fiesta wearing manufacturer plates and a bracket on the back that's typically used for a fifth wheel. The fact that a foreign market model pops up on US roads doesn't necessarily mean anything, in and of itself, since they often bring such models over for various tests or just for benchmarking purposes. In this case, it would be nice if Ford actually did bring the Fiesta over. It's a reasonably attractive car could probably do well against the likes of the Fit, Yaris and Versa.
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