The Ford Fiesta whose oozes out the word safe with the design has not been given a new breaking ground, however the extremely confident stance of the vehicle gives out a purposeful look.The Fiesta’s front end with its large grille, striking headlights and an aggressive-looking bumper is the best looking part while the side view is disappointingly plain. The Fiesta’s overall proportions and bulk makes it look larger than it actually is and also accentuates the skinny 175/65R14s on which it sits.The Fiesta forte is in-city driving,the engine’s adjustable pilot injection, that pre-warms and eliminates that sharp diesel rattle allows for a smooth idle.
It uses a third-generation common-rail direct injection system which has benefits like lesser emissions and better fuel consumption. The motor is more refined than the Accent CRDi and even the Octavia. Ford claims that a special valve in the head prevents the oil from draining out after the engine has stopped and this helps reduce cold start noise. Noise levels are low but when pushed to the redline, the sound from under the hood can give the game away.This engine also does not breathe as well due to it’s two valve per cylinder head and as a result the dash to 100kph comes up in 17.48seconds.Acceleration tapers off sharply beyond 130kph.In the city, the Fiesta diesel covered an astounding 13.8 kilometres on a single litre of diesel and 18.3 kpl on the highway
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