Ford claims up to 20 percent better fuel economy with the EcoBoost engines, and the 1-liter version indeed makes the 2014 Ford Fiesta the most fuel-efficient non-hybrid gasoline car in the US, if you don't count the Mitsubishi Mirage.
The new Ford Fiesta equipped with the award-winning 1.0-liter EcoBoost® engine will be America's most fuel-efficient non-hybrid, gasoline-powered car with a certified 45 mpg rating on the highway, topping Honda Fit by 12 mpg and Toyota Yaris by 8 mpg on the highway.
Today is International Bacon Day, and what better way to celebrate than to go on a bacon tour of New York in a car wrapped in bacon? There were four stops, a billion milligrams of sodium, and way too many bacon-topped cupcakes, but it was just OH SO DELICIOUS.
Ford announced today that next year's Ford Fiesta will get their 1.0 liter, three-cylinder turbo Ecoboost engine. How ever did they manage to fit this massive motor in such a small car?
The Honda Fit may have started the trend of automakers bringing not-terrible small cars to the U.S., but it was the Ford Fiesta that got us excited about them again, even if sales haven't been as robust as Ford had hoped. These leaked photos of the 2014 Fiesta show a new, more aggressive face. We're in.