Ford Fiesta st 2015 Review Specifications
Ford Fiesta st 2015 subcompacts are likely to prioritize the affordability and fuel efficiency above all else, but Ford Fiesta ST has slightly different missions in life. With a turbocharged motor 197-horsepower sport tuned suspension and, super mini is intended to give the sensation of driving – even though, as a proper small car, it won’t break the bank or consume gas at a fast clip.
To make ST, Ford Fiesta hatchback versions start with a range of and exchanging high-output version of the car from the turbocharger and directed-injected 1.6-liter “EcoBoost” four-cylinder engine. The motor produces 197 horsepower and 221 lb-ft of torque at 3500 rpm, enough to scoot the hot hatch miniature from zero-to-60 mph in less than seven seconds.
Six-speed manual is the only transmission available, and fuel economy is estimated at 34 mpg on the highway.
To make sure the compelling handling dynamics, ST sits on the suspension lowers with stiff springs and shock and tautened torque the rear beam. Ratio electric power assist steering system is faster than the standard model, and larger tires, sticky has been thrown in for good measure.
Ford Fiesta st 2015 also include torque vectoring system that can brake in the rear wheels to reduce under steer.
The result of the upgrade is a hatchback that is eager to play, but also one that won’t overpower the driver becomes subject to travel daily ride too harsh.
Although it lacks the talent of designer-label rival styling models from MINI and Fiat, managing to look sporty without bending too much toward the end of the design spectrum boy-racer. Inside, it is basically the same as normal, meaning the Fiesta feature quality materials, overall look attractive and questionable packaging that limit rear seat and cargo space.
Serious performance driving requires serious support seat, and Ford Fiesta st 2015 can be spec’d with Recaro thrones, which offers excellent lateral support and wrapped the cloth upholstery leather combination. ST come standard with Ford’s SYNC, Bluetooth connectivity-based system which allows smartphone users to place calls and stream music using voice commands or steering wheel buttons. It can also read incoming texts hard to help the driver keep his eyes on the road and allows the use of applications approved Ford as The Wall Street Journal News and Pandora radio.
Also included is MyFord Touch, infotainment systems based on synchronization by letting users control everything from navigation to climate controls for the sound system with voice commands. MyFord touch system also replaces the conventional sound button and buttons with Center-Mount 6.5-inch touchscreen and touch-sensitive controls on the center stack. Many consumers report that the system is an item that is “love it or hate it”, so that those interested in ST are advised to try before they buy.
Standard and optional features
Fiesta ST is equipped as standard with automatic climate control, power window and lock, Sony branded stereo system AM/FM/CD with AUX input jack, SYNC, MyFord Touch, remote keyless entry, a perimeter alarm and 17-inch Alloy wheels.
Options include a navigation system, the roof and front seats with Recaro leather seats/cloth and function of Heating.
Ford Fiesta st 2015 boasts that the Fiesta has a Boron steel (the strongest automotive-grade steel available) more than the Ford products, with keyword placement of boron steel at the site of the most vulnerable. In all, the frame and structure of the Fiesta has more than 55 percent higher, or ultra-high-strength steel.
In addition to pay special attention to make the rigid steel cage for occupant, Ford Fiesta has also included a knee airbag driver, airbag and front dual-stage airbags, and side airbags for a total of seven airbags. Other safety features include stability and traction control system and tire pressure monitoring system.
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