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USED 2019 Ford Fiesta FOR SALE NEAR ME

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Neil Cumins
Automotive Editor - November 30, 2018

2019 Ford Fiesta OVERVIEW

Disappearing from Ford's lineup soon, the Fiesta returns for 2019 in both sedan and hatchback form. The affordable subcompact is available in four trim levels with two engine choices.

What's New for 2019

New for the 2019 model year is the ST-Line series, which has been popular with European Fiesta buyers for some time. There’s a new Oxford White paint color on offer, but the Fiesta is mechanically unchanged.

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Choosing Your Ford Fiesta

Every Ford Fiesta bar the range-topping ST performance model is powered by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine, producing 120 horsepower and 112 pound-feet of torque. In tandem with a five-speed manual transmission, it delivers an EPA-estimated 27 miles per gallon city, 35 mpg highway, and 30 combined. A six-speed automatic gearbox is also available, which increases fuel economy to 27/37/31 mpg (city/highway/combined).

The ST’s engine is also 1.6-liter unit, though this EcoBoost powerplant generates 197 hp and 202 lb-ft of torque. Available exclusively with a six-speed manual transmission, fuel economy checks in 25/32/28 mpg. Like lesser models, its power is directed exclusively to the front wheels.

S

The S is the most affordable Fiesta, checking in at $15,135 (all prices include an $875 destination charge), and is only available in sedan form. It rides on 15-inch steel wheels, delivering a basic internal specification including a six-speaker radio/CD/MP3 system and a rearview camera. Air conditioning is standard, but you’ll have to manually open the windows and adjust the seats. Safety extends to seven airbags and stability control, plus a post-crash alert system. Ford’s automatic transmission adds $1,095 to the purchase price, while options are limited to keyless entry ($95) and a smoker’s package ($90).

SE

With the sedan retailing at $16,365 and the hatchback available for $16,665, the Fiesta SE receives several welcome equipment upgrades over S models. Ford’s MyKey system enables the owner to set limits on the vehicle’s speed and audio volume, while the infotainment system is upgraded to SYNC 3 with voice controls. Cruise control is fitted alongside a trip computer, and 15-inch aluminum wheels enhance the exterior appearance.

There are more color options on SE models, including Outrageous Green and Hot Pepper Red (each $395). For $995, the 201A Equipment Group adds 14 minor upgrades, from Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility through to unique cloth seat trim, chrome-ringed fog lights, and ambient lighting. The Cold Weather Package retails at $350, heating the front seats and side mirrors, and a power moonroof costs $795.

ST-Line

Available exclusively as a hatchback, the newly-launched ST-Line retails for $18,500. It’s immediately distinguished from lesser models by black 16-inch, 10-spoke alloy wheels. A high-mounted rear spoiler adds further purpose to its appearance, alongside a honeycomb grille and dual chrome exhaust tips. The cabin is elevated with ST-Line embroidery and red stitching across the bucket seats and steering wheel, plus metallic pedal and shifter inserts. The ST-Line Cold Weather Package again retails for $350, while the power moonroof remains a $795 option. Adding navigation costs $795.

ST

There’s a substantial price gap between the ST-Line and the range-topping $22,215 Fiesta ST, available only as a hatchback with the EcoBoost engine and six-speed manual transmission. It has the performance to back up its dramatic appearance, with black finishes extending from the fascia to the diffuser. Fog lights sit below twin-chamber headlights and a mesh grille, while internal upgrades include climate control, push-button start, cruise control, and three-mode stability control. There’s Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, plus two USB charging ports.

Red brake calipers sit behind 17-inch aluminum wheels on the options list, collectively costing $375. Recaro seats are a $1,995 upgrade, incorporating six-way adjustment and heating elements inside part-leather trims finished in either orange or smoke gray. Navigation and the moonroof again cost $795 each, while an ST Protection Package brings an ST-badged vehicle cover, cargo mat, and floor liners.

CarsDirect Tip

While the 2019 Ford Fiesta ST is the obvious choice for enthusiasts, the SE arguably provides the best value. That’s especially true when ordered with the 201A Equipment Group, which adds a lot of features for less than $1,000.

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