• Jul 19th 2008 at 3:47PM
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Ford has everything ready to start selling the new Fiesta in Europe next Fall. Prices start at €11,700 for gasoline variants, and €13,700 for diesels (prices shown are for the French market). If you want 5 doors instead of 3, you have to add €500 to the sticker price. Six different trims(Ambiente, Trend, ECOnetic, Ghia, Titanium and Sport, or Zetec S in the UK) and six powerplants (4 gasoline and 2 diesel) will be available.

All gasoline engines produce CO2 under 140 g/km and start with two 1.25L options, with 60 or 82 hp. An available 1.4L is good for 96 hp. All three have emissions ratings under 135 g/km. The sportiest version has a brand new 1.6L four-cylinder rated at 118 hp that achieves 41.6 mpg (US), while keeping CO2 emissions at 139 g/km. Regarding diesels, there's a 1.4L good for 68 hp as well as a 1.6L with 90 hp, producing CO2 under 110 g/km. The ECOnetic version further improves the car's consumption level to 62.5 mpg (U.S.) and boasts CO2 emissions of 98 g/km.


[Source: Autoplus]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      Why couldn't they have made the US Focus look that good?
      • 7 Years Ago
      of course, it'll take two years for it to come here... brilliant.
      • 7 Years Ago
      so the us version should start at under 13grand if production shifts to mexico it could be sold for closer to 12 then 13.
      Give me ac and power windows for under 13 and ill be happy.

      The problem with the Aveo and Accent the second you want AC they charge 2500 bucks for AC and power windows no thanks
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