The facelifted Ford Fiesta hatchback now turns into a two-seater small van. With bold new styling and an efficient mild-hybrid powertrain, the compact van is more efficient and distinctive than ever before.
Exterior of the Ford Fiesta van
The new Ford Fiesta has a revised bonnet design that raises the nose height and incorporates bigger upper grilles. The Ford logo is now located within the grille rather than on the bonnet lip, giving it a more prominent appearance on the road.
In addition to the new headlights, the taillights also get new black surrounds for a more sophisticated look.
Performance of the Ford Fiesta van
Powered exclusively by an EcoBoost engine, the Fiesta Van makes nearly 123 horsepower with or without a mild-hybrid setup. Mild-hybrid technology can restart the engine in 350 milliseconds. This enables the Auto Start/Stop system to turn off the engine when coasting to a halt at speeds below 24km/h even while the clutch is engaged. Its fuel economy is rated at 19.8 km/l.
E85 fuel-compatible engines will be offered in some markets, which means 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent gasoline will be used in the engine.
Differences between the Trend and Sport series
The ‘Trend’ and ‘Sport’ series of Fiesta Vans also differ in some aesthetic details.
As part of the Trend series, the front grille gets strong horizontal slats, and the chrome surround gets a high-gloss finish. 15-inch steel wheels with a new wheel trim are also part of this model. New ebony trim and comfort seat foam enhances the cabin’s interior.
On another hand, a new 17-inch alloy wheel and lower sports suspension will complement the honeycomb grille and wide side vents on ‘Sport’ models. You can also choose 18-inch pearl grey machined alloy wheels. Additionally, the ‘Sport’ models feature embroidered red contrast stitching as well as two-toned red and ebony interior decor.
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