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The globally popular Ford Fiesta has been on the road since 1976, though it has never actually been manufactured in the United States. In fact, the US market didn’t even get another Fiesta after the first generation concluded in 1980 until 2008 when the sixth-generation middles made their way there.
Besides the F-Series pickup truck and the Escort models, Fiesta is one of Ford’s best-selling models, having racked up 16 million in unit sales since 1976. It comes as either a 3- or 5-door hatchback, and even a 4-door sedan in some countries. The European market even gets it in commercial van form.
The latest generation became available in 2017 and features a selection of engines ranging from 1.0L Ecoboost up to 1.5L turbo diesel on a 5- or 6-speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission.
People may think of these as entry-level hatchback cars, but the Fiesta name stands for more than that. It’s commonly used in motorsports, including rallying, rallycross, and circuit racing.
One setback they did suffer a few years ago was a recall of the 2014-2015 Ford Fiesta ST loaded with 1.6L Ecoboost engines. There was apparently a risk of engine fires because coolant was failing to circulate properly. One issue also cropped up with dual-clutch transmissions, some of which were taken to court. These were expensive mistakes for Ford, but on the whole Fiesta’s have scored very well for reliability over the years.
Besides solid technical credentials, they have good environmental ones, too, with the 2019 model tested as a 5-star rating in Green NCAP results.