Everyone talks about how the Ford Fiesta will do against other compact cars. But now that it's been EPA-certified at 29MPG city, 40MPG highway, we're thinking it can take on bigger cars — and kick their asses.
The folks at Ford may have engineered the largest tweet-up ever for the Ford Fiesta, but they're still lacking in the spelling department. Of course, we'd rather quote Autopsies.com than Autospies.com. Can you spot the other error? (H/T to Parkington!)
Though we saw leaked images of the 2011 Ford Fiesta yesterday, today we've got complete details on Ford's second Europe-to-US entry. The Fiesta hits our shores as either hatchback or sedan with a new dry-clutch automatic transmission and 40MPG highway.
The folks at Ford Canada may have inadvertently leaked these pictures of what appears to be the U.S-bound 2011 Ford Fiesta ahead of its LA Auto Show debut. The obnoxious grille on the sedan definitely screams America.
Ford has announced it will enter two Fiestas in the 2009 Pike's Peak International Hill Climb. With 800 HP 2.0 liter four-cylinders forged in the fires of hell they certainly won't be your Grandma's econobox.
Want to be one of the 100 lucky winners of a six-month paid-for-by-Ford lease on a Fiesta? Whether a Davey G shade-o'-brown or something different, you've only got 'til midnight tonight. Get crackin'! [Fiesta Movement]
Just as the "Fiesta Movement" kicks off, we've received spy photos of the US-spec 2011 Ford Fiesta courtesy of eagle-eyed Jalopnik reader Brian. What we see? The 'merican version has gotten a bit of rhinoplasty.