Monday, March 29, 2010

2011 Ford Fiesta Proves Itself

Fiesta has already received rave reviews in Europe and Asia, and it’s scheduled to go on sale in North America this summer. Gresham Ford will be one of the first Oregon Ford dealerships to get a 2011 Ford Fiesta.

Ford Motor Company gave 100 people each a 2011 Ford Fiesta and let them drive. Click Here to see just one video of what two guys do in their Fiesta. Over the last several months, the 100 Fiesta Movement agents have been spending a lot of time in their cars out in public and online using a variety of today’s media. They took all kinds of applications. Here is one of the winning applications for a Ford Fiesta agent. What have the agents discovered about Fiesta? This car is ready to deliver on all fronts. Here’s a sampling of their latest updates.

Fiesta is stylish in and out.Fiesta’s sleek design, attention to detail and use of premium materials set it apart from other small cars. It looks great with accessories too, for that personal touch. Key features include:
4-door or 5-door configurations,Chrome accents, aggressive low roofline, new, vibrant exterior colors, edgy interior design that features premium
materials throughout. Fiesta agent Jonathan Nafarrete photographed Fiesta in front of some of the most creative and colorful street art in and around Los Angeles. Which was the work of art? It was honestly a toss-up.
With its European driving dynamics, precision steering and lightning-fast gear changes, Fiesta is as fun to drive on city streets as it is on the
expressway. Key features include: Ford of Europe-developed vehicle dynamics
engineered for low noise, vibration and harshness or (NVH), electric power-assisted rack-and‑pinion steering for nimble, precise response, multifunction display in center stack with SYNC. Many people are saying nice things about the new subcompact car. “Its peppy little 1.6-liter Duratec four-banger delivers an acceptable 118 hp and 112 lb.-ft. of torque in surprisingly smooth fashion for such a small engine, but getting at that power is made all the more fun by a lively five-speed manual with gears spaced just right to keep you in the fat of the power band without
constant rowing.” — Natalie Neff, AutoWeek