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2019 Ford Fiesta ST review

The small hot-hatch segment in Australia is about to get a whole lot more exciting. Meet the all-new Ford Fiesta ST.

2016 Ford Fiesta Sport review

Dave jumps into the 2016 Ford Fiesta Sport to find out if the turbocharged three-cylinder is the next best thing to buying Ford’s baby hot hatch, the Fiesta ST.

2016 Ford Fiesta ST Mountune MP215 Review

More power – that's what the 2016 Ford Fiesta ST Mountune MP215 delivers. But is it usable?

2015 Ford Fiesta ST Review: Sandown Raceway weekender

Dave returns to Sandown Raceway for another weekend warrior track test, but this time in the most affordable car yet...

Ford Fiesta Sport v Holden Barina RS : Comparison review

The Ford Fiesta Sport offers enough mumbo to match its ambitious badge.

Ford Fiesta Sport Review

New turbocharged three-cylinder city car wears the Sport badge, but is it really sporty?

Ford Fiesta ST v Renault Clio RS200: Comparison Review

It seems like only yesterday we awarded the Ford Fiesta ST a win against its Peugeot 208 GTi and Volkswagen Polo GTI rivals (read more here), then went a step further by crowning it one of the best-ever hot-hatches created and one of the best available at any price...

CarAdvice top comparison tests of 2013

Over the past 12 months, the CarAdvice team has compared a total of 70 cars across all categories ranging in price from $13,990 to $249,990. Below is our 'best of' compilation for the year, bringing together ideal car-buying tips for you over the Christmas and New Year period...

CarAdvice top three cars of 2013: the testers' picks

Jez Spinks - Editor-in-chief 1. BMW i3 Will electric cars ever be bought by the masses rather than a minority mix of wealthy early adopters or government fleet buyers? We’re still many a year away from the former scenario, but the BMW i3 (above) is one of the most convincing examples of the breed yet...

Hot hatch comparison: Ford Fiesta ST v Peugeot 208 GTi v Volkswagen Polo GTI

This time last year driving enthusiasts with less than $30,000 to spend on a new hot-hatch had a single option: the Volkswagen Polo GTI. Okay, technically they could also pick its near-twin, the Skoda Fabia RS, but the sales charts show they didn’t. Meanwhile the Suzuki Swift Sport simply isn’t high enough on the Peri-Peri heat scale to compete...

Light car comparison: Renault Clio v Ford Fiesta v Kia Rio v Volkswagen Polo

Four of the best city lights shine over a combined 2500km...

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