2014 Ford Fiesta Sedan in Brazil review and pictures

Posted on Thursday, 25 October 2012 , 10:10:42 byVeronica

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Ford Fiesta Sedan in Brazil

The new version of the improved Ford Fiesta is here. To be more precise we are talking about the sedan variant which was revealed a few days ago at the Sao Paulo International Motor Show. It may not be such a big surprise, but the new Ford Fiesta sedan features a new front grille borrowed from Aston Martin. The hatchback version of the Fiesta revealed in September at the Paris Motor Show also has the same treatment.

As Brazil is one of the largest markets in the world, the North American carmaker tried to do its best and be part of the compact vehicle market. Ford chose this show to present the Fiesta sedan because the model excels in terms of safety, technology and design. The engineers have provided a prominent front end dominated by new, complex head lamps, but also a hood with two lateral lines. In the end, the car receives a modern appearance underlining a quality work. In terms of interior, Ford specialists have offered a new central console and the gear shifter position was adjusted to offer more comfort and sportiness, this way making the driver feel way better. The chassis and the suspension of the new Ford Fiesta Sedan have been improved by adding new components and also a recalibrated electronic power assist steering system. Thanks to all these modifications, the new vehicle is capable of excellent performance and it is sportier and more dynamic.

The Fiesta was the first car from the global small car family developed by Ford to be launched in Brazil, two years ago. It was also the first vehicle in the segment, in Brazil to offer 7 airbags and first to introduce popular driver-assist resources. The engineers were very attentive with all the elements involving safety, efficiency and high-quality driving experience. Ever since then the carmaker managed to sell more than 15 million units worldwide.