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Next generation Ford Fiesta is 'most advanced'

This is the impressive new seventh generation Ford Fiesta which will, says the carmaker, be the world's most technologically advanced small car.

In addition, the Fiesta will also be available as the sporty ST-Line, the new Active crossover model and the stylish Titanium. There will also be an upscale Vignale model available too.

The new Fiesta will also be the first Ford to come with pedestrian detection which will be able to prevent a collision at night and there’s also park assist that enables hands-free parking and prevents low speed bumps.

There's also a premium sound system on-board and connectivity comes with the excellent Sync3 system which utilises ‘floating’ touchscreens.

New Ford Fiesta is ergonomic and stylish

This is the impressive new seventh generation Ford Fiesta which will, says the carmaker, be the world's most technologically advanced small car.

In addition, the Fiesta will also be available as the sporty ST-Line, the new Active crossover model and the stylish Titanium. There will also be an upscale Vignale model available too.

The new Fiesta will also be the first Ford to come with pedestrian detection which will be able to prevent a collision at night and there’s also park assist that enables hands-free parking and prevents low speed bumps.

There's also a premium sound system on-board and connectivity comes with the excellent Sync3 system which utilises ‘floating’ touchscreens.

New Ford Fiesta is ergonomic and stylish

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The new seventh generation Ford Fiesta will impress.

The interior of the new Ford Fiesta is ergonomic and stylish and there are exterior styling tweaks as well with the top end models having panoramic glass sunroof.

The cabin is also a nice place to be with improved noise insulation and there is a range of new engines including a 1.0 litre EcoBoost unit producing 140 PS and a 1.5 litre TDCI engine producing 120 PS which will be the first high-powered diesel unit fitted to a Fiesta.

There's also a new six speed gearbox and emissions for the new Fiesta are anticipated to be from 82g/km.

However, Fiesta fans will be reassured to learn that one reason for its popularity is the handling from an excellent platform and Ford says its new vehicle still retains its fun to drive characteristics.

Handling in the Ford Fiesta

This level of handling in the Ford Fiesta is also boosted with a new suspension and there’s also electronic torque vectoring control which will boost handling when cornering, particularly speed.

The Ford Fiesta has been part of our car landscape for 40 years now and has been the UK's best-selling new car for seven years.

Despite its popularity, the competition is heating up with excellent productions of the new VW Polo, also due in 2017 and an impressive Citroen C3 snapping at the Fiesta's heels.

All-new Ford Fiesta is still recognisable

new-ford-fiesta-car-trust-3The all-new Ford Fiesta is still recognisable as one of Europe's most popular cars and with it being slightly longer, there is more room in the cabin particularly for those sat in the rear seats.

The new model will also be available in three or five door guises and the new crossover version will attract a lot of attention while the ST-Line will have a sporty appearance.

The new Fiesta will also feature more driver assistance technology which will be supported by three radar systems, two cameras and 12 ultrasonic sensors so they will provide 360° monitoring and be able to scan the road ahead for up to 130 metres.

Industry watchers say it is likely that some of the entry level trims will be binned and the new Fiesta is expected to cost from £14,000 when it's officially unveiled and makes an appearance in showrooms in 2017.

The interior of the new Ford Fiesta is ergonomic and stylish and there are exterior styling tweaks as well with the top end models having panoramic glass sunroof.

The cabin is also a nice place to be with improved noise insulation and there is a range of new engines including a 1.0 litre EcoBoost unit producing 140 PS and a 1.5 litre TDCI engine producing 120 PS which will be the first high-powered diesel unit fitted to a Fiesta.

There's also a new six speed gearbox and emissions for the new Fiesta are anticipated to be from 82g/km.

However, Fiesta fans will be reassured to learn that one reason for its popularity is the handling from an excellent platform and Ford says its new vehicle still retains its fun to drive characteristics.

Handling in the Ford Fiesta

This level of handling in the Ford Fiesta is also boosted with a new suspension and there’s also electronic torque vectoring control which will boost handling when cornering, particularly speed.

The Ford Fiesta has been part of our car landscape for 40 years now and has been the UK's best-selling new car for seven years.

Despite its popularity, the competition is heating up with excellent productions of the new VW Polo, also due in 2017 and an impressive Citroen C3 snapping at the Fiesta's heels.

All-new Ford Fiesta is still recognisable

new-ford-fiesta-car-trust-3The all-new Ford Fiesta is still recognisable as one of Europe's most popular cars and with it being slightly longer, there is more room in the cabin particularly for those sat in the rear seats.

The new model will also be available in three or five door guises and the new crossover version will attract a lot of attention while the ST-Line will have a sporty appearance.

The new Fiesta will also feature more driver assistance technology which will be supported by three radar systems, two cameras and 12 ultrasonic sensors so they will provide 360° monitoring and be able to scan the road ahead for up to 130 metres.

Industry watchers say it is likely that some of the entry level trims will be binned and the new Fiesta is expected to cost from £14,000 when it's officially unveiled and makes an appearance in showrooms in 2017.