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2017 Ford Fiesta Review



The car of the next generation, Ford Fiesta is already being tested for its much awaited launch in the year 2017.
The first view of the car showed a modified chassis testing mule based on the current Fiesta. It grabbed attention with its revised front-end design giving new modified shapes for the grille and air intakes for the 2017 Ford Fiesta. The model will have a wider track as compared to the current Fiesta revealing that the seventh-generation car will be larger in size than the present hatchback.
The new model is said to have taken the styling design from the facelifted Focus brand of car which came on roads in the month of November in UK. The present sixth-generation Fiesta had received a facelift in 2013 waiting for replacement towards the end of 2016. So, its launch in the year 2017 becomes highly probable.
The new Fiesta will certainly have to compete against its rivals in the automobile industry like Volkswagen’s Polo and Vauxhall Corsa for maintaining its title of the bestselling car.  
The car will feature a distinctive entrance fascia, big rear wing, improved suspension. It will also have an additional 2.3 liter inline-four inside the Ford mustang EcoBoost. Equipped with all-new torque-vectoring AWD system, it will have a set up comparable to a rally car.
Very similar to the Focus RS, the 2017 Ford Fiesta model is set to have racing-like features equipped with a flat-bottom steering wheel, a standard Recaro sports seats, a modified shifter and alloy sports pedals.
The new model is also expected to have apron inlet combo and bigger trapezoidal grille apart from having a redesigned side air dams and a protruding splitter. The rear of the car will get a modified bumper with an integrated diffuser. Following the design of Focus RS, it would also have a dual exhaust layout. This would be to replace Fiesta ST’s twin-pipe configuration. The exterior of the car will get a complete new look with new design side skirts, lightweight wheels and a number of RS badges.  
A greater engine, modified suspension and an all-wheel push program will certainly make the 2017 Ford Fiesta an incredible car. Its 300-plus turbocharged horsepower will turn everyone’s eyeballs.
It will be loved as an affordable, fun-to-drive car equipped with the look of a full-fledged race car.
Though it’s too early to talk about pricing, it is expected to be launched during 2017 and the pricing of the car is assumed to start at $25K.
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