Used Ford Fiesta 1.25 for Sale in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tewkesbury, Cirencester, Stroud, Gloucestershire.
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Used Ford Fiesta 1.25 for Sale in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tewkesbury, Cirencester, Stroud, Gloucestershire.

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The used Ford fiesta for sale is probally the best driving small car of its era. Sharp steering and handling, slick gearbox and a good ride combine for a great driving experiance. See below for review. We always have great used Ford Fiesta for sale based here in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. We are easily reachable from Gloucester, Tewkesbury, Stroud and the Forest of Dean.

Vehicle Information

Tax Band:  F 135.00
Insurance Group:  4
Number of Previous Owners:  0
Fuel Type:  Petrol
Co2 Emissions:  147
BHP:  73
Max Speed:  101
Acceleration:  13.60
Combined (mpg):  45.00

Vehicle Features

Air Conditioning
Alloy Wheels
Radio/CD Player
Remote Central Locking
Power Steering
Parking Sensors
4 Airbags
ABS
Heated Screen
Electric Windows
Electric Mirrors

Used Ford Fiesta For Sale Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tewkesbury, Stroud, Gloucestershire.


Driving:
The Fiesta's forte. Ford really knows how to make cars handle, so even the cheapest Fiesta will thrill the driver in you. Steering is crisp (all models have a leather wheel), corners are taken tidily and enthusiastically yet the ride remains supple too. A class act, enhanced on the Zetec S model to perfection. Indeed, it's better than the ST, which has more grip but less finesse. The ST's engine is quicker but noisier than the 1.6-litre Zetec-S too. No Fiesta engine is quiet though, while road and wind noise also join the cacophony. But supportive, high-set seats and a spot-on driving position pleases, making up for the lack of space for the clutch foot.

Marketplace:
Plentiful choice is sensibly grouped in easy-to-follow trims; Style, LX, sporty Zetec and luxurious Ghia, with a racy ST hot hatch range-topper. Three-and five-door variants are offered, with three-doors taking a sportier stance, to the detriment of driver visibility. Engines include a gutless 1.25-litre and preferable 1.4-litre petrol, plus two TDCi diesels - 1.4-litre and 1.6-litre. Again, the larger unit is better. Toping the range are 1.6-litre and 2.0-litre petrols, the latter with 150bhp. No Fiesta is particularly well equipped though, and high-tech features such as voice activation and Bluetooth telephone all cost extra. But interior finish was much improved in 2006 when the car had a mild facelift.

Owning:
Retained values of the Fiesta are average, but economy is good (even the 1.4-litre petrol averages 45mpg) and insurance ratings are OK. Servicing from a Ford dealer (the largest network in the UK) should be cheap and painless, and there are so many Fiestas around, finding parts will never be costly or difficult. Ford build quality is good and the car's reliability record is good. A four-star NCAP result is par for this class, though a few rivals go one better.