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New Ford Fiesta goes big on style

The next-generation Ford Fiesta will offer more choice than ever before, writes Dave Humphreys

4th December, 2016
The new Ford Fiesta range is expected to arrive in time for the 172 registration plate

Its styling may be more evolutionary than revolutionary, but the next generation Ford Fiesta, revealed last week in Cologne at the company’s ‘Go Further’ event, is set to raise standards in the small car segment. In an increasingly competitive supermini market, Ford hopes to maintain its best-selling position by offering four distinct versions of the Fiesta, powered by a variety of engines.

To start with, the standard Fiesta hatchback offering will...

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