Are Ford Fiestas good cars 2013?

Are Ford Fiestas good cars 2013?

The Fiesta impresses with its athletic driving dynamics and upscale interior, but its low reliability rating makes this subcompact car a poor choice for shoppers on a tight budget, who won’t be able to keep up with repair costs. Competitors like the 2013 Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris offer better reliability.

Is there a recall on 2013 Ford Fiesta transmission?

“It may be we don’t know of further tragedies, not that there haven’t been some.” While Ford has maintained that the Focus and Fiesta transmission problem does not pose a safety risk, in June of this year, the company recalled 123,000 2013 F-150 trucks because of a transmission calibration issue.

How many miles does a Ford Fiesta 2013 last?

With adequate maintenance and conscientious use, a Ford Fiesta can push 200,000 miles before falling apart. However, most people rarely use the car past 150,000 miles before changing it.

What is the fastest Fiesta?

Fiesta ST-3 (Mk8) It might have lost a cylinder over its predecessor, but the new 1.5-litre three-cylinder still produces 197bhp and 214lb ft of torque, which is enough for a 6.5sec 0-62mph time and 144mph top speed.

How long is a Ford Fiesta 2013?

Ford Fiesta Dimensions 2013

Ford Fiesta Height 1489mm
Ford Fiesta Width 1722mm
Ford Fiesta Length 3969mm
Ford Fiesta Ground clearance unladen 109mm
Ford Fiesta Wheelbase 2489mm

How much should I pay for a 2013 Ford Fiesta?

Used 2013 Ford Fiesta Pricing The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (MSRPs) of the 2013 Ford Fiesta lineup have an easy-to-remember progression: Base S Sedan, $13,995; S Hatch, $14,995; SE Sedan, $15,995, SE Hatch, $16,995; Titanium Sedan, $17,995; Titanium Hatch (wait for it!), $18,995.

What kind of car is the 2013 Ford Fiesta subcompact?

The 2013 Ford Fiesta subcompact comes in 4-door sedan and 5-door hatchback versions. Both are functional and blessed with strong character lines, befitting the savvy young buyers Ford is after. The Hatch has been equipped and positioned as the primary model, which makes sense in this class.

Is the Ford Fiesta a good car to buy?

The Ford Fiesta may be the only American sub-compact that can truly stand up to the Honda Fit and Toyota Yaris. Slick Eurostyle looks, impressive 29/39-mpg fuel economy and true fun-to-drive chassis tuning do the trick.

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