Ford Fiesta Car Leasing & Contract Hire
1.5 TDCi Titanium B+O Play 3 Door
1.0 EcoBoost ST-Line X Powershift 5 Door
1.0 EcoBoost Titanium X Powershift 5 Door
1.5 TDCi ST-Line X 3 Door
1.0 EcoBoost Titanium B+O Play Powershift 3 Door
1.5 TDCi Titanium X 3 Door
1.5 TDCi Titanium B+O Play 5 Door
1.5 TDCi ST-Line X 5 Door
1.1 Style 3 Door
1.5 TDCi Titanium X 5 Door
1.1 Style 5 Door
1.5 TDCi Style 3 Door
Why Lease The Fiesta?
The Ford Fiesta is the best-selling car in the UK since 2009. Continually fighting off competition from the latest SEAT Ibiza, the Skoda Fabia and its closest sales rival, the Vauxhall Corsa, the Fiesta's continual innovation and upgrades in both safety and technology means that it stays ahead of the pack, led by its punchy Ecoboost engines.
Ford Fiesta Key Features
- Great small car to drive
- EcoBoost engines available
- Exceptional comfort
- Great heritage
Comfort and Practicality
Comfort is almost a byword when it comes to the Ford Fiesta, with the driver's position one of dominance, and way ahead of any opposition. Driving controls are at hand, and interior materials are pretty upmarket, so you'll believe that you are in a much higher grade motor. Passengers are as comfortable as can be, even when four people are in the car, and the boot has an impressive 980-litre capacity.
You'll want to stay safe as you traverse the busy city, and the standard seven airbags, automatic emergency braking (AEB), and lane-keep assist in the Fiesta will make sure that any dangers are kept to a very minimum. An engine immobiliser and optional alarm deter thieves too.
With Ford’s MyKey system – a programmable ignition key that is designed to limit the car’s top speed, mute the sound system and prevent the stability control system from being disabled - you can also rest assured that any driving handed over to younger drivers is just as safe.
Power & Performance
It's all about the Ecoboost with the Ford Fiesta, even though there are 1.1-litre petrol engines at entry-level and two 1.5-litre TDCi diesel engines on offer. The 1.0 Ecoboost engines that were in the previous Fiesta incarnations are the pick of the bunch, with the 99HP version shading it slightly over the 123HP and 138HP ones when it comes to choosing the best of a good bunch.
Fuel economy is around 70MPG on average, with emissions shading 100g/km as a smooth ride is enjoyed by all thanks to great, sharp handling, excellent responsiveness, and agile steering - making the Ford Fiesta all-in-all a fun car to drive.
The Ford Fiesta's entry-level model (Style) is pretty basic, but it is the additions as you progress up the trims, some of which become standard, that make the car a modern classic, including:
- Traffic sign recognition
- Driver-alert detector and Blind-spot monitoring
- Rear parking sensors
- Reversing Camera
- 8" or 6.5" touchscreen
- Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
- Bang & Olufsen sound system