Used 2017 Ford Fiesta Hatchback Consumer Reviews

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Great value!

Lindsey B., 08/09/2017
SE 4dr Hatchback (1.6L 4cyl 5M)
24 of 24 people found this review helpful

This car is the perfect car for anyone that is a first-time buyer, first-time driver, someone looking to stretch a buck at the dealer, or someone that (like me) drives great distances to get to work. From the moment I got this car I've loved nearly everything about it. The dealership was superb, the pricing was fantastic, the car runs like a dream, and I'm getting 3mpg OVER what the manufacturer says (I'm averaging about 40mpg). The one problem I've had is with the Bluetooth randomly disconnecting, but it's easy enough to fix so it doesn't bother me much. Get the cold weather package!

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Small car— big value!

Nick, 04/28/2018
Titanium 4dr Hatchback (1.6L 4cyl 6A)
4 of 4 people found this review helpful

Great value, but short on interior room and acceleration. Gets very good mileage and rides well for such a short wheelbase.

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What could have been.....needs improved!

Alvin, 12/17/2017
SE 4dr Hatchback (1.6L 4cyl 5M)
8 of 13 people found this review helpful

I was initially excited to try the Fiesta of the FOST fame, and it handled really well from a handling perspective in taking turns and being zippy. It also got excellent gas mileage (over 42mpg highway) for one of my trips, and overall was a comfortable ride. The challenge with the vehicle was the horrible powertrain; between the engine and the transmission, it couldn't figure out what it wanted to do. This was especially horrible for a stop-n-go or heavy traffic situations such as one would face in a daily commute, the engine kept revving and the transmission kept changing, it was very indecisive. Overall, decent car once it has a refined or improved powertrain, until then avoid for your own sanity.

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I love my vehicle

A reviewer, 04/05/2021
SE 4dr Hatchback (1.6L 4cyl 5M)
0 of 0 people found this review helpful

Hi everyone had to upgrade to a 2017 Ford fiesta when my 2011 Ford fusion was totaled and it was the best decision actually a blessing as this thing is one of the best cars I’ve ever driven Starters I believe this is the best subcompact car as far as power and handling are involved while still being efficient I drive somewhere between 200 and 300 miles a day and I am somewhat of a spirited driver this thing still is able to give me 30 even at continual rate of 80 mph in my 2011 Ford fusion driving 200 300 miles a day I was getting with base four-cylinder 12 to 16 miles per gallon the fiesta has enough power to (keep up with) just about anything on the road because of its 4.04 Final Drive ratio Ford really did really well with this car I would definitely choose again the fiesta especially over another fusion or a focus i’ve only had this car a couple weeks so can’t speak on reliability but I really like how you can shift gears yourself which does come in handy in traffic as others have mentioned it can gear hunt sometimes (keep in mind it is a dual clutch manual) but yes this thing is amazing luckily I got mine with the sunroof but unfortunately did not get the sync three system as another reviewer mentioned and recommended. I believe ford purposely made the Bluetooth audio a bit difficult to work with the base radio as I continuously get out of my car about 2530 times a day and I found that it’ll switch to aUX and instead of just pressing one button you have to inconveniently go through the menu and switch Bluetooth again (i’m a delivery carrier so this can definitely be a problem) but this is a cheap car if I could do it all over I would’ve tried to search for the titanium model but then again this is a used car now I would recommend anybody searching for one of these cars to get the sync 3 system as it’s really hard to find a radio to fit this kind of car I’ve never been able to get the stated mileage or EPA of vehicle until I got this great commuter car for one to two people would not recommend for people with families as the reviewer‘s have said this car does have a small trunk and small backseat But that’s what I own another vehicle for this would be a great vehicle if your expectations are something to get just you around town or a first time drivers car Will still recommend for first time drivers because if they have passengers and they want to complain they can get their own car My advice if you get one keep it as I see these things becoming what 90’s civics used to be fun efficient but maybe not reliability not sure about that part yet

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