Ford India launched the new Global Fiesta on July 14 with prices starting at Rs. 8.23 lakh for the base model and going up to Rs. 10.42 lakh for the top-end variant. The Fiesta comes in two engine options a 1.5 TiVCT Petrol and a 1.5 TDCi Diesel.
Both the petrol and diesel engines come in four variants; Style, Trend, Titanium and Tintanium +. Here we take a look at what each variant offers in terms of features and how prices change as we move up the variant ladder.
The Global Ford Fiesta with its attractive “foxy-eyed headlamps” and trapezoidal grille has a forward-leaning stance. It is a good looking vehicle by most standards.
Base variant (Style petrol and diesel)
The base variant of the Fiesta comes with like Body coloured side view mirrors, door handles and bumpers. It even gets ORVM integrated side view mirrors and full wheel covers. All these are features you hardly ever get on the base variant of an entry level sedan. See how the Fiesta stacks up against its competition here.
It also gets centre console coin holders, floor console cup holders, manual AC, tilt adjustable steering wheel, all four power windows, defogger, guide me home headlamps, adjustable seat head restraints, rear arm rests with cup holders, electric boot release and electric outside rear view mirrors. It also gets a digital trip-meter, tachometer, low fuel warning, driver side seat belt warning, headlamps on warning, steering mounted audio controls and an audio system with 6 speakers.
Apart from all that we’ve already spoken about it also gets safety features like ABS with EBD, dual airbags and an engine immobilizer.
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Mid-trim variant (Trend petrol and diesel)
The mid level rend variant of the Fiesta gets all the features that are standard on the base variant plus other features like alloy wheels, chrome radiator grille, a rear appliqué, fog lamps and a foot well lamp.
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Upper-trim variant (Titanium petrol and diesel)
The upper-trim Titanium variant takes a step beyond what the Trend variant offers in terms of creature comforts and gadgets. It comes equipped with features like electrically foldable ORVVMs, distance to empty and a fuel meter. It even gets features like Bluetooth connectivity and voice controls. See our video review of the Fiesta here.
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Top-end variant (Titanium Plus petrol and diesel)
The top end Titanium Plus variant is essentially a Titanium Fiesta with cruise control, reverse parking sensors. So it gets all the features that the other variants get plus these two added features.
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* Prices mentioned are ex-showroom