Ford Fiesta Style 1.25 Reviews
Product Type: Ford cars
Description:Manufacturer: Ford / Cars Model Fiesta Style
Newest Review: ... or red. As a base model car/near base model car it comes with more than most companies put into a cheap car. You get a radio ... more
Customer Ford Fiesta Style 1.25 Reviews (19)
by - written on 16/10/10 (Very useful, 489 readings)
I had the pleasure of driving the Fiesta Style 1.25 for a 10 day period after some kind person decided to drive into my car when it was parked in a side road a few weeks back. The garage provided the Fiesta as a curtesy car and though I was initally apprehensive, given that a 1.25 supermini was considerably smaller in both size and power to my own existing badly crumpled motor, I had become very attached to the little Fiesta at the end of my 10-day stint. Firstly, I wan to talk about size. The Fiesta may not be anything close to an MPV or 4x4 Chelsea Tractor (or Mommy Wagon if you prefer), but it is quite deceptive. Superminis have become increasing larger ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/10 (Very useful, 147 readings)
The Ford Fiesta, what a car this is, its sleek, stylish, sporty, modern......it's great for a first car or 2nd, or 15th lol. I currently own a Fiesta, it's my second car in my second year of driving, my first car was a 1995 Astra, my god you can tell the difference. The Fiesta even though it has a small engine it has some power behind it, i mean when you can accelerate in 5th gear without any issues you know your on to a winner, it may not beat any ferrari's anytime soon but it does the job. The engine is quiet, so when you do need to put your foot down your engine doesnt sound like its about to explode out of the bonnet like some cars. I currently get around 40 to the .. Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/09 (Very useful, 149 readings)
As only having had my liscence for two years, it was great to be the owner of such an amazing car. My first car was a Rover 214, Petrol, 1.4. Second was a Vauxhall Astra, Diesel, 1.7TDi. I was in love with both cars at the time & even though I loved the Astra to drive, nothing prepared me for how much I would love the Astra. I have a silver Fiesta Style, 1.2 & I am completely in love with it. I wasn't keen on the shape when I first saw a picture of it, but when it showed up in my driveway I was in awe! It really is a gorgeous looking car, the shape is lovely & the interior matches too. To drive it was heaven. The car is so etremely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/10 (Very useful, 180 readings)
I had this car for a few years and found that it was a pleasure to drive. It is a very stylish car and is very easy to sell if you only wanted it for a few years before you trade in for something else. It is a bit small for a family car. It is best suited to people who have just one child or none at all. There is not too much space in the back although the boot is very spacious and can fit a large buggy no problem. I have a car seat in the back for my daughter and find getting her in and out a breeze although you would need to mind her head as it seems to be quite low. I love the way the car tells you exactly how far you can go with the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 98 readings)
This is a great little car. It is actuallly bigger than it seems. Perfect for me as I am just one person driving around for 95% of the time. It gets good mileage and is very reliable. I am not a person that is 'into' cars so I want something that is able to get me from A to B; and this car manages that! The built in stereo with an input jack for my MP3 player is great. The only niggle I have is as a three door car the doors are very big whichis a pain when getting out of tight parking spaces - however this is as I have the three door version (I think the same is true of all 3 door cars). The only downside is the clutch went ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Ford Fiesta Style 1.25
Ford Galaxy 2012 TDCi Zetec - Very Comfortable for Driver & Passenger, Economic, Strong Build, Great Looking, Lots of Space Competitive Car Cheaper, Extra Features Can Be Expensive
Ford Transit - Good loadspace, Acceptable performance, Easy to drive Not hugely economicalInefficient ventilationDead-feeling clutch
Ford Fiesta (1999 onwards) in general - Storming chassis, Reliability, Looks Underpowerederrr....
Ford Fiesta Zetec S MK7 - audio and Bluetooth commands, design, control and drive None!
|More products in Car|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Land Rover Freelander in general|
Good off road, great load space, no major problems to report in later models
Earlier models have problems, not a city car
|Suzuki Vitara in general|
Looks great, nice to have soft top in the summer.
Expensive, poor build quality, spares and servicing expensive.
|Toyota Highlander||Peugeot 307 CC|
Electric hard top roof, comfortable seats
Not very family orientated
Small, stylish, cheap to run, ideal little family car or professional vehicle.
Newer models can cost upwards of £15000
Good looking . Good build quality . Easy to work on . A genuine workhorse, keeps going and going.
Some parts are now difficult to find . May be kind of dull looking after a while .