2018 Ford Fiesta Model Review

27/35  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
8.7  Sec.
0-60 MPH
14.9  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Ford Fiesta?

The 2018 Ford Fiesta has been revamped to give it a cleaner and sleeker look for 2018. It has gotten a new bumper, wider grille and new exterior finishes to give it a crisp and polished look. On the inside, it has been given a new center console touchscreen that replaces the jumble of plastic knobs and parts that it was known for having. Drivers and passengers will also notice that the entire dashboard has been made out of a softer material. The addition of a pedestrian detection system in addition to the new SYNC 3 system further make the car safer and more fun to use.

2018 Ford Fiesta

Trims & Features

The Fiesta S is the base model, and it comes with the original SYNC system that allows drivers to connect their smartphones to the car. It also comes with the ability to replace the traditional car key with a keypad. The SE and Titanium are similar to the S except that they offer more features. Both of these versions of the Fiesta come with MyKey, which allows parents to make sure that their children are using the vehicle responsibly. For instance, the car may not start until everyone has their seat belt on. It may also be possible to set a maximum speed limit or otherwise limit how the vehicle may be operated. Those who have owned a Fiesta in the past may be familiar with the ST. It has several features that make it feel more like a racing vehicle as opposed to something that you would drive to the grocery store and back. It also comes with features such as AdvanceTrac that will help the car come to a stop if it starts to lose traction.

2018 Ford Fiesta Sedan


The S, SE and Titanium all come with an 1.6L Ti-VCT I-4 engine. The SE and Titanium have an automatic transmission standard while the S comes with a manual transmission standard and the option of switching to an automatic. The ST has the same engine specifications except for the fact that it has a turbocharged direct injection feature. Furthermore, the ST stands apart from the other trim levels as it has a 197 horsepower engine. This is compared to 120 for the S, SE and Titanium. However, this should be plenty of power for those who are looking for a smooth ride to work or school each day. The S, SE and Titanium trims all average about 31 miles per gallon combined while the ST gets about 29 miles per gallon combined.


2018 Ford Fiesta SafetyThe 2018 Ford Fiesta received good ratings from the IIHS as it relates to roof strength and head restraints. It also received good ratings in terms of being able to handle impacts from the side and front. In addition to these favorable ratings, the Fiesta comes with a variety of safety features to protect drivers and passengers. For instance, it has side impact beams to absorb shock in an accident. It also has rear view cameras and rear sensors to help drivers avoid collisions with people or objects while backing up. Furthermore, ABS brakes help to ensure that a vehicle is able to stop in a timely and effective manner.The Ford Fiesta has features that may help to meet a person's needs and budget. To learn more, feel free to schedule a test drive at your earliest convenience.

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