The next-generation Ford Fiesta may not be coming to the United States because you didn’t buy enough of them. Apparently, the seventh generation Fiesta will be developed for Europe, the Middle East and some African countries where it’s actually selling well—but not us. Buy a Ford Fiesta ST while you still can?
The 2018 Ford Fiesta, which will come in four delectable flavors, also means a new Fiesta ST is likely in the works. But we might be waiting for a bit before we get it, which is miserable garbage and I hate waiting, and so I curse the nature of spacetime itself.
The current Ford Fiesta is a great, fun to drive little car that sells in droves all over the world. Ford knows what they have, so the company has taken its successful little hatchback and multiplied it by four.
Generally, cars don’t come with instructions. Sure, they have an owner’s manual, but most of the how-do-I-work-this-thing stuff is expected to have been already figured out when you get one. That’s partially why this little shifter hang tag, seen on a 2016 Ford Fiesta, is so puzzling. I’ve never heard of a carmaker…
Ken Block did what Ken Block does in his terrifying rally Fiesta: delivering the donuts to this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
The Fiesta ST is about the most fun you can have in a car the size of a washing machine box. What do you need to know before you buy a Fiesta ST? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
The BMW E46 M3. Ultimate Driving Machine. Perfection on Wheels. DudeBro! It's like, the best car ever. That's what they say. But if I'm honest, the last one I drove was a convertible, on rims, equipped with SMG, and it sucked really hard. Everyone says these things are incredible, was I missing something? So, when JF…
Fiesta was first of a wave of new global products from Ford that has helped the company turn the tables on imports in the United States, with increasing sales and a pace of millennial market share growth that soon could make Ford the top auto brand for young buyers.
Just look at that rear! We already knew Ken Block just ain't care about fire, but this is whole new level of plastic melting. Ford Eco-what?
It's rare for a company to be practically synonymous with the product they make, but that's exactly what Recaro does with their seats. There are racing seats, and then there are Recaros.
After years of clamoring for tiny Euro-style hot hatchbacks, American buyers are finally enjoying something of a small performance car renaissance. Ford's small 197-horsepower Fiesta ST is big part of that trend.
There's driving off road, and then there's driving off road. Petter Solberg did the latter at Rally France on Saturday when he pulled off one of the more spectacular crashes we've seen in a long time.
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.
Ken Block's having a busy day. The sideways man in the flat-billed cap just announced he'll debut the latest video in his Gymkhana series on July 9th. This time Block leaves the Hollywood backlot for the streets of San Francisco. Will there be a mean black Dodge Charger?
There's always a party at Ford, it's only the venue that changes. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Festiva represents a party sort of like our political third parties in that no one really wants to come. This one may be different, but will its price have you wanting to party on?
A prophet once foretold of a fiesty hot hatch with a divinely EcoBoosted engine that provided enough power to please the masses. That prophet was named Justin or Amos or something. The faith of the righteous has been rewarded with the Ford Fiesta ST and its sub 7.0-second 0-to-60 mph time.
Titled "Block It Like It's Hot," Ken Block announced a new racy brand of unmentionables in his most recent interview. Block also expressed a love for Amazonian monkeys as well as Christian dubstep house trance fusion jazz. And breasts.
The World Rally Championship kicks off this weekend and every team has been out testing on the freezing roads around Monte Carlo. We have our eyes on Jari-Matti Latvala in a factory Ford Fiesta RS, so watch him tear through the scenery in beautiful high-def.