2012 Ford Fiesta Van review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 3 January 2013 , 03:01:59 byEmil

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Ford Fiesta Van

The British customers can now stay calm as Ford has finally introduced here the new Ford Fiesta Van. If you do not know yet, here it is; all diesel engines in the Fiesta Van are capable of under 100 g/km CO2 emissions and 76.4 mpg fuel consumption. The ECOnetic Fiesta has even better fuel consumption. To be more precise, it can achieve 85.6 mpg and best-in-class CO2 emission level, 87 g/km. This represents number one in the class. The car is in fact a modern mobile workshop for light duty tools and equipment, so it is perfect for different businesses. For sure many will appreciate the exceptionally low running costs, its versatility and dependability.

It has a 1.0 cubic meter load space and this compartment features a secure steel bulkhead and four cargo tie-down hooks. Under the hood, the new Ford Fiesta Van hides a 1.5-liter Duratorq TDCi capable of generating 75 PS, but it is also available with a 1.6-liter Duratorq TDCi capable of producing 95 PS. Next on the list we have the 1.25-liter Duratec petrol engine that develops 82 PS. The Fieta EConetic Van receives power from a 1.6-liter Duratorq TDCi capable of delivering 95 PS. This last one comes with Auto-Start-Stop, aerodynamic rear under tray and wheel rims, low rolling resistance tires and also lowered suspension.

In terms of technology, know that the US engineers have provided in-car connectivity system, Ford SYNC with Emergency Assistance that connects the vehicle occupants to local emergency services operators after an accident, in the correct language. There is also the Active City Stop, a system that helps drivers avoid low speed collisions and it comes together with Easy Fuel and Rear View Camera, but also with Hill Start Assist. The model is available for order now and deliveries will begin first thing next year.