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1032014 Ford Fiesta 1.0-liter EcoBoost

There's an analogy to diesel engines hiding in the new Ford Fiesta with the 1.0-liter EcoBoost powerplant. There's still a segment of the population that has bad memories of diesel engines, and that makes it harder for Audi or Volkswagen to sell their new clean diesels in the US today. Not impossible, but more of a challenge than it needs to be. In the same way, ask any car geek if they've had good experiences with three-cylinder engines, and the response is likely to be a flashback to a bad rid

137Review: 2011 Ford Fiesta SES promises the democratization of fun

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169First Drive: 2011 Ford Fiesta aims to be the new subcompact king [w/video]

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47VIDEO Review: European-spec Ford Fiesta

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111Review: 2010 Ford Fiesta Euro-Spec almost ready for U.S. arrival

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18Quick Drive: Ford Fiesta 5-door hatchback

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26Ford Fiesta first impression: very, very cool

We'll admit, we're a little bummed we didn't win a chance for the six-month Ford Fiesta visiting rights. Sadly, we're even less enthused about our Fiesta-free 2009 now that we've had a chance to read Autoblog's first impression of this little wonder. This is good news for Ford, which is bringing this popular car (in Europe) to the U.S. next year. Autoblog dug the power, the look and the driveability of the Fiesta. During the hour in New York that our friends had with the car, the city public was

101First Drive: Ford Fiesta for an hour in the Big Apple

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