The All-New Ford Fiesta Line-Up Is on the Way!
Britain’s best-selling car is getting a makeover, the eighth generation Ford Fiesta will be available in a variety of models to accommodate various lifestyles.
June 15, 2017
The features and pricing will differ across the all-new Fiesta range as well as the release dates with the Style, Zetec and Titanium to be the first releases. We take a closer look at what to expect from each model including prices and transmission figures.
The first models from the range to be released are the Style, Zetec & Titanium
The entry level Fiesta Style starts at £12,715 and includes 15” alloy wheels, body coloured bumpers, manual air conditioning, AM/FM radio and 4.2 inch TFT screen with Bluetooth connectivity as standard. Other notable features are Ford MyKey, Lane-Keeping System, Trip Computer and other safety assistance features.
The Zetec, well known for being the most popular among the Fiesta range will start from £14,215 and come with 16” alloy wheels, chrome upper grille, Quickclear heated windscreen, Leather-trimmed handbrake and gearshift handle.
The class also includes plenty of tech features with a Ford SYNC 3 DAB Radio, 6.5” Touchscreen, Emergency assistance, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
The step-up Titanium priced at £16,145 features 16” alloy wheels, power-folding door mirrors with puddle lights, rear privacy glass, cruise control, auto high-beam, rain-sensing wipers and auto-dimming rear-view mirror.
Among these models there will also be B&O Play Editions of the Zetec & Titanium models. Available with either a Bonhai Bay Mint or Chrome Copper interior and a B&O Play sound system. This includes ten speakers, a subwoofer, central speaker on top and an upgraded 8” touchscreen infotainment system with sat-nav starting from £15,165.
The luxury series features the ST-Line, Vignale, ST-Line X & Titanium X. These vehicles will be available from September 2017.
The range-topping Vignale sits alongside the Mondeo, S-Max, Kuga and Edge as part of Ford’s premium range. 17” alloys, refined exterior and interior styling including heated leather seats, panoramic roof and a rear-view camera with rear parking aid. Prices start from £19,345.
The sportier ST-Line includes ST Line bodykit, 17” alloy wheels, sports tuned suspension, unique ST-Line upper grille, bumpers, side skirts and rear spoiler. The seats also receive a sporty upgrade whilst the sports pedals and leather-trimmed gearshift complete one of the most desirable models from the range. The Fiesta ST-Line starts from £16,145.
The ST-Line X & Titanium X models will have all of the features of the original models as well as additional features. B&O PLAY audio systems, rear view camera, LED signature to rear lights, driver alert, rain sensing wipers and heated seats are just some of the fancy features that come with the X versions. Pricing is to be confirmed.
Little is known about the Active and ST models to be released next year except the Fiesta Active is inspired by Ford crossovers and the Fiesta ST will be equipped with 197bhp!
The new range is 71mm longer and 12mm wider but is still recognisably a Fiesta. Swept back headlights and wraparound tail-lamps exaggerate the car’s width. However this isn’t just a mirage as the 4mm longer wheelbase enables the new Fiesta to be roomier and also house up to 18 inch wheels as well as an extra 16mm of leg room!