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Ford Fiesta ECOnetic Review & Road Test

The ECOnetic shines in a league of its own, at least for now.

Ford Fiesta Econetic Review

It's not often a company like Ford can come out guns blazing and declare they sell the most fuel efficient car in Australia. But they have, and they're right. The new Ford Fiesta Econetic is similar in concept to the Mini Cooper D, which until the Fiesta's arrival was tied with the Toyota Prius as the most fuel efficient car in Australia...

Ford Fiesta Review & Road Test

Ford Fiesta Review It’s time to update your vocabulary to include the ‘F’ word. Model Tested: 2009 Ford WS Fiesta CL; 1.4-litre, four-cylinder, petrol; four-speed automatic; five-door hatch - $18,690* Options: Metallic Paint $320 (Fitted - Moondust Silver); Safety Pack $1,000 (Not Fitted - includes Side Airbags, Driver's Knee Airbag, ESC and Traction Control) CarAdvice Rating: It’s time to start using the ‘F’ word with confidence...

2009 Light Hatch Comparison

These light cars are no lightweights. Generally speaking, the word ‘light’ implies there’s something missing: less than the others; a lack thereof; insubstantial; skimping. It rarely invokes a sense of excitement - light beer, for example. As far as the ‘light car’ segment goes, my expectations are immediately managed (down), and I’m ready to be underwhelmed...

CarAdvice adds to extended test fleet

Santa has dropped into the CarAdvice offices early, delivering three additional cars to our extended test fleet.  The three new additions are: Holden Commodore SS AFM Ford Fiesta Zetec Saab 93 Aero TTiD Click on each car to read our experiences during the first week...

2009 Ford Fiesta Review

Ford’s all-new Fiesta light car is funky, fashionable and fuel efficient and finally Ford thinks it may have found the secret to posting real sales numbers in the growing and competitive end of the Australian new car market...

2007 Ford Fiesta XR4 Review

Ford might have lost 40 million dollars this year (due to development costs of the new Falcon), but in the last 12 months they have added two new XR cars to the showrooms. First came the mighty XR5, aimed at those who wanted a little more sophistication than a WRX (but not the torque steer in Mazda's 3 MPS) and as of last week, Ford dealers got their hands on a new hero car, the Ford Fiesta XR4...