2014 Ford Fiesta will receive the 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine also in the US

Article by Christian A., on November 22, 2012

The first vehicle in the U.S. that will be equipped with Ford's award-winning 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine is the new 2014 Ford Fiesta, which will start selling in 2013. Even if the car has yet to be subjected to EPA tests, it is likely to be certified as the most fuel-efficient non-hybrid car offered in the U.S. The smallest engine offered in this class -- Ford's patented 1.0-liter EcoBoost – will not have reduced power, torque or refinement.

This engine, which is smooth and runs quietly, is predicted to generate 123hp and a peak torque of 148 lb.-ft. The 1.0-liter engine, the latest member of Ford's global EcoBoost engine family, will join the most fuel-efficient lineup in the history of the Ford Motor Company.

In 2013, Ford will provide eight vehicles with a rating of 40 mpg or higher, which is double the current total and higher than other automakers. Ford did better than Toyota when it comes to fuel economy in each segment where both have entries. With the Fiesta offering the 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine, Ford gives customers broader power options, particularly those who want a very fuel-efficient model.

Pricing has not been revealed yet but like the other EcoBoost engines offered throughout Ford's car, truck, SUV and crossover lineup, the 1.0-liter will be a reasonably priced option.

In most Ford vehicles, it costs $995 to get the EcoBoost engine. Bakaj said that many customers want the fuel efficiency of a modern diesel or a hybrid but it can’t extend their budgets to make up for the cost premium. He explained that the EcoBoost Fiesta fills this need since it is a highly fuel-efficient alternative that’s affordable.

Ford announced the new dynamic version of the in-demand Fiesta that highlights a range of advanced and exclusive features and sophisticated design.

Latest Ford Fiesta has an innovative set of technologies that include the Active City Stop, the European launch of the MyKey, and the SYNC, the car’s connectivity system that is voice-activated. It is also equipped with the exceptional 1.0L EcoBoost engine that is expected to provide topnotch fuel economy.

According to Martin Smith, the executive design director of Ford in Europe, the Ford Fiesta is one of the best-selling compact cars in five decades. The athletic character of its present generation model has inspired its customers around the globe, thus contributing to its worldwide success. Smith said that the team had to maintain this essential athletic makeup of Fiesta but also strive to make it more elegant.

The most updated model of the Ford Fiesta ushers the most recent chapter of the famous compact car’s journey. Selling more than 15 million units globally, Ford has first launched the Fiesta in 1976. The design cues featured by the latest model were based on the company’s modern concept vehicles and design idiom.

Featuring a power-dome bonnet style, the face of the Ford Fiesta is marked by the trapezoid front grille that is bracketed by headlamps that are laser-cut as well as daytime running lamps that utilize LED lights. The restructured Ford Fiesta also provides an ergonomic and harmonious interior space.

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