(PRWEB UK) 17 December 2012
The UK’s leading car finance website Car Loan 4U comments on highly anticipated specification list for the new and exciting Ford Fiesta.* The dynamic new Ford Fiesta claims to have all the benefits of large car quality within a small car. The compact urban vehicle is the latest addition to the popular Ford Fiesta model. The stylish new Fiesta mirrors the global trend of downsizing, taking the traditional elements of the car but adding new features into the mix.
Car Loan 4U Co-Director James Wilkinson commented, “A growing number of car manufacturers are recognising the financial pressures that many motorists face, creating affordable cars as people look to downsize. Ford Fiestas have stood the test of time as a classic, reliable car and have tried to maintain this image with a modern twist by adding some impressive specifications.”
The new Fiesta face features a new grille, as well as laser-cut headlamps and daytime running lamps with LED technology. The new design also includes a power-dome bonnet, along with 17-inch alloy wheels. If that was not enough to get motorists interested, the Fiesta is available in a wide range of vibrant colours including Hot Mustard, Candy Blue and Copper Pulse.
The electric window switches, heated seat switches and interior door handles have been relocated in the new model. A full leather-rim steering wheel is available for the first time, along with a new five-inch colour display marking the Fiesta’s first integrated navigation system. Inside, motorists can also find new seat fabrics and designs with high quality leather, partial leather and sport fabric trims.
The new Fiesta also offers new storage options, including a space which has been introduced underneath the boot. The boot also has an adjustable floor height to make loading and unloading items easier. Prices have yet to be announced. However, those looking to buy a new car might want to consider getting a cheap Ford car loan.
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*Source: Ford STYLISH NEW FORD FIESTA: TECH SPEC RELEASED 27/11/12