Best new Ford Fiesta deals

Save on the brand new Ford Fiesta including Zetec, Titanium and ST-Line editions

BuyaCar team
Jul 12, 2017

Ford Fiesta (5,201 registrations for February 2018)

More than 5,000 Fiestas were registered in February 2018 - to put that into context, second place couldn’t even muster 3,000 registrations. The Fiesta finished 2017 as the best selling car in the UK, and you’ve got to admit, it looks pretty promising for 2018 too.

Ford Fiesta review 

The Ford Fiesta is Britain's best-selling car and now there's a brand new version on sale, with a much-improved interior design, up-to-date technology and more space.

Although the car has already been on sale for less than a month, you can already save an average of 12% on brand new cars from across the range. Prices start at just over £11,000 for the cheapest Ford Fiesta Style, which includes air conditioning, Bluetooth for wireless phone connectivity, and a lane-keeping aid that will steer the car back into the right place if it drifts out of its lane.

Opt for a higher-specification model and you can expect leather upholstery, a premium B&O Play sound system, large touchscreen with sat-nav and voice control, reversing camera and climate control.

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Read on for our pick of the best Ford Fiesta deals or configure one to your own specification now to see how much you could save.

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Ford Fiesta Style deals

The cheapest Ford Fiesta of the lot, the Style version costs from just £11,096 thanks to a that knocks almost £1,500 off the price. Finance should be affordable, with manufacturer interest rates starting at just 2.9% APR.

Fiesta Style cars come with a reasonable amount as standard, including air conditioning, front electric windows, a height adjustable driver's seat and a radio with Bluetooth for wirelessly connecting your smartphone.

Also included as standard is a safety pack, which includes an alert if the car drifts out of its lane - on a motorway, for example - as well as a speed limiter that can be set by the driver to help keep within the speed limit.

The Fiesta Style comes with either three doors or five doors but is only available with one petrol engine, which is 1.1 litre in size, with 70 horsepower. It won't feel fast but will be cheap to insure. There's also a similarly low-powered diesel option, which is impressively quiet.

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Ford Fiesta Zetec deals

Ford Fiesta Zetec cars come with more equipment, more engine choice, the option of an automatic gearbox and - for the moment - bigger savings.

Zetec is expected to be the most popular version of the Fiesta because it has the alloy wheels, heated windscreen, 6.5in dashboard touchscreen and digital radio that the cheaper Style model lacks. Also included is Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, which make it simple to control some of your smartphone apps from the car's screen.

Zetec is the cheapest trim available with the star engine in the Fiesta line-up: the 1-litre EcoBoost, which is turbocharged for extra power and good fuel economy figures.

it may not be quite so economical in real-world driving, but it's forgivable, as the small motor feels nippy in town and is powerful enough to smoothly accelerate up to motorway speeds. It helps to make the Fiesta feel energetic and fun to drive. The less-powerful and cheaper 1.1-litre engine is also available in Zetec trim, as is the diesel.

You can opt for a Zetec B&O Play model, which comes with a with an upgraded eight-speaker sound system, as well as a larger 8in colour touchscreen with sat-nav. Discounts bring the cost down to little over £13,000 with the 1.1-litre petrol engine. The 1-litre EcoBoost Zetec B&O Play version is just under £13,700.

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Ford Fiesta ST-Line deals

Until the Fiesta ST hot hatchback arrives, the ST-Line is the sportiest version of the new car. Its firmer suspension makes the ST-Line Fiesta feel more agile in corners, but a little bumpier on rough roads.

ST-Line models are also available with more powerful petrol engines: as well as the 100 horsepower (hp) unit that's available in the Zetec, you have speedier 125hp or 140hp options, which improve acceleration.

As the car is more expensive, the savings are more impressive - knocking more than £2,000 off the manufacturer's price, and bringing the cost to below £15,000 for a five-door ST-Line car with the 125hp engine.

There's the option of a more powerful 120hp diesel engine too, which feels as nippy as the petrol engines, and suits the sporty nature of the car. Large alloy wheels, more aggressive styling and a rear spoiler above the back window mark out the ST-Line.

Inside, there are sports-style seats, a flat-bottomed steering wheel and a 6.5in touchscreen with voice control and digital radio. You'll need to upgrade to ST-Line X - a more luxurious trim level - for sat-nav, tinted rear windows and climate control as standard.

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Ford Fiesta Titanium deals

High-specification Ford Fiesta Titanium cars are available with the B&O Play sound system upgrade, which includes an eight-speaker B&O Premium sound system, as well as a choice of two unique colours, including copper, shown above.

It doesn't come with as many extras as the upgrade on the Zetec car, but that's because Fiesta Titanium models come with a lot of equipment as standard already. This includes 16in alloy wheels, power-foldable door mirrors, an 8in touchscreen with sat-nav and digital radio, climate control, cruise control and rain-sensing windscreen wipers. 

You'll save more than £2,250 on a petrol-powered Titanium B&O Play model with five doors and there's more than £2,500 off a diesel model. Three-door versions and automatic cars are also available.

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