In pictures: Ford Fiesta Flexifuel

In pictures: Ford Fiesta Flexifuel

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Ford Fiesta


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

Despite its age, the Ford Fiesta remains a class benchmark in terms of handling.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

With a firmer suspension than the Titanium version, the ST Line remains very livable on a daily basis, while displaying real dynamism.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

Consumption is higher when driving on ethanol, but the price per liter of E85 makes the operation advantageous.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

The small 95 hp engine allows you to take long journeys without fear. But the staging of the box is a bit long.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

The new headlights provide good lighting for the category.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

New to the restyling: the Ford logo reintegrates the grille, which is now higher.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

The ST Line finish features a more aggressive, specific shield.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

This ST Line logo isn’t just about looks. Ford is one of the few manufacturers to offer a different chassis type on its more dynamically styled models. Nice effort!


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

The ST Line finish chooses dark gray to dress its rims.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

This discreet Flexifuel logo at the base of the tailgate betrays the fact that this Fiesta can run on either ethanol or gasoline.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

Ford did not take advantage of this restyling to upset the dashboard of the Fiesta. It remains almost unchanged.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

Ergonomics is simple, thanks to the persistence of physical buttons.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

On board, the atmosphere lacks a bit of cachet but the finish is rather neat. Only the hard plastic door panels stand out.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

This customizable digital instrument cluster, taken from the Puma, is a novelty of the restyling.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

This customizable digital instrument cluster, taken from the Puma, is a novelty of the restyling.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

Ford’s Sync system isn’t brand new, but it’s still one of the very best in terms of ergonomics, without lacking in function. A success!


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

The start button is hidden behind the steering wheel, in an area covered with imitation carbon, in the case of the ST Line.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

The six-speed manual transmission benefits from a pleasant guidance, but its staging is exaggeratedly long.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

This set of buttons at the base of the center console is used to adjust the driving modes and certain assistance.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

The seats are comfortable, although a bit narrow for tall people.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

The trunk volume reaches 362 liters, which is correct for the category. But the Fiesta is not among the most livable.


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Ford Fiesta Flexifuel ST Line

Only the 95 hp version of the three-cylinder petrol engine is compatible with E85.


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