Review of the Ford Fiesta 1.6 Zetec

When someone is thinking about buying a car, one of the things that they generally do is some research. They might like the way that a particular car looks, but that doesn’t mean that the car is really suited to them or that it will give them everything that they need and want. One of the most popular cars today is the Ford Fiesta 1.6 Zetec. This car is one that you instantly feel comfortable with. Some cars are expensive and pretentious and make you feel like you shouldn’t even be driving them unless you’re wearing a suit. These can be great cars, but they really aren’t for everyday – at least not for most people. The Ford Fiesta 1.6 Zetec, though, is the t-shirt and jeans of cars in the best kind of way. This particular Fiesta is going global, as well, because it’s coming to Asia and the United States by 2010, economy permitting. It’s got a friendly dash layout, knee airbags (which are great in a small car like this), and it’s generally just cute. It’s not that fast and you won’t break any land speed records with it, but it’s a great car for an inexpensive price, and that’s what a lot of people are looking for.

Younger people love cars like this because they are small and their parents can often afford to purchase them. The Fiesta is also very stylish, which earns it a lot of points with the younger generation and the older one alike. At a cost of just under thirteen-thousand Pounds this is a surprisingly inexpensive car for everything that it offers, and that’s going to make it a popular choice for a very long time to come. The 1.6 litre engine and top speed of 120mph won’t hurt anything, either. This is the seventh generation of the Ford Fiesta and it’s been the third most popular car in the UK for quite some time. With this newest generation, it’s possible that it could move up in the ranking. Whether it does or not, those who have a soft spot for Fiestas and those who just like little cars with a bigger car feel and some cute and stylish class will enjoy this great addition to the Fiesta name.

How to cover a roof with a tarp
How to use a glue puller or dent puller