2012 Ford Fiesta
88,583 Miles
$7,998

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59,651 Miles
$10,599

Raleigh, NC
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2012 Ford Fiesta
50,375 Miles
$9,599

Las Vegas, NV
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2012 Ford Fiesta
44,389 Miles
$8,998

Merrillville, IN
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2012 Ford Fiesta
126,356 Miles
$7,998

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104,708 Miles
$8,998

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2012 Ford Fiesta
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$9,599

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103,886 Miles
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Mckinney, TX
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2012 Ford Fiesta
100,750 Miles
$8,599

Garland, TX
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102,325 Miles
$8,998

Austin, TX
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2012 Ford Fiesta
90,492 Miles
$8,599

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2012 Ford Fiesta
75,754 Miles
$6,988

Seattle, WA
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2012 Ford Fiesta
78,586 Miles
$7,198

Draper, UT
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2012 Ford Fiesta
112,976 Miles
$5,888

Alhambra, CA
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2012 Ford Fiesta
92,688 Miles
$6,674

Cookeville, TN
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88,518 Miles
$6,990

Evansvile, WI
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$9,990

Manahawkin, NJ
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82,996 Miles
$5,600

Clearwater, FL
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56,284 Miles
$7,919

White Bear Lake, MN
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$8,479

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2012 Ford Fiesta Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.5
2 Reviews
Overall
3.5
Value
3.5
Performance
2.5
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.5
Reliability
3.0

2012 Ford Fiesta Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2012 Ford Fiesta - Economical choice for daily commuter.

Fiesta Owner
San Antonio, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I do particularly enjoy driving my vehicle over all with a few minor caveats. The interior I went with was the standard gray cloth, the exterior is ruby red and I believe the color compensates for the fact that it's a sub-compact. That size was a concern to me because I live in Texas where everyone drives huge F-250s that might make driving a smaller car feel cramped or unsafe. It's economically efficient, maneuverable, inexpensive without being cheap, modern looking, and fun to drive. The Fiesta saves considerably on fuel costs and rarely do I spend more than $20.00 a tank for gas refill. Keep up on oil changes and advised maintenance in the owners manual and there are minimal problems. Parts like tires are very inexpensive to replace. I used this vehicle for ride-sharing as well as d... (more)
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I actually attempted to find out how much gas was going to be left in the tank before I was stranded. So I drove it until the gas light came on at 50 miles left before empty and watched it dwindle down to nothing. When it hit 0 I kept going, and going, and my little guy made it quite a ways before I grew concerned that driving on fumes was going to damage the engine or something, so I pulled i... (more)
Pros
Despite being a sub-compact the car is very comfortable and roomy. It can fit at least 4 people comfortably, and 5 as long as they're normal sized adults and not NBA players. It's so utterly affordable and I don't regret for one minute buying a used car, Ford has absolutely kept up their end of the bargain regarding warranties. It's a lot of fun to drive, and when you find the sweet spots in the acceleration it really picks up and goes despite being only 4 cylinders. I've never had the car not start up or even sputter upon turning my Fiesta on. The number one reason I love this car is how ... (more)
Cons
I had to have my drive train repaired/replaced within 6 months of buying this vehicle despite the fact that it was a certified pre-owned vehicle, though the cost of this was covered by my warranty. But it did make me question whether I had initially bought a lemon. This car shudders between gears and I've researched it considerably online. The techs who checked it out at the Ford dealership said that's simply something the automatic cars of this model do, but its pretty embarrassing when one of my ride-share customers comments I should get my vehicle looked at, and I look like an idiot exp... (more)

2012 Ford Fiesta - Pretty but dumb

Roger
Des Moines, Iowa
Overall
2.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
1.0
While the Fiesta SEL 2012 model has a lot of aesthetic benefits to it, overall the transmission problems with this line of car makes it a terrible buy. The SEL features a moon roof, a spoiler, Ford Sync, and other fun amenities. The transmission makes each of these amenities moot, because the Fiesta's Ford began using a new transmission model. Unfortunately, they did not get all of the kinks out of it. Fiesta's tend to have a problem called "transmission shudder," where the car has a hard time going into gear and produces a shuddering effect, instead. Many Fiesta's are under warranty for this and their parts have been recalled, but even after multiple fixes, the problem persists. For this reason, a Fiesta, while sporty and fun appearing, does not measure up. It does get good gas mileag... (more)
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Well, this is also a negative for the car, but I got stuck in the snow once because it is only a four-cylinder engine. It didn't quite have the get up and go to get out of the snow. I had a friend push the car, and he accidentally broke the spoiler off. It was quite funny at the time but now sounds like a negative about the car.
Pros
This vehicle has a good, sleek look. It is small and sporty. It has four doors, and it has a nice spoiler on the back of it. It runs smoothly and effectively and has a good sound system. My version has lights in the floorboard and drink holders, which you can change colors. This makes it fun for nighttime driving. The car holds four people, and it is very dependable. It has great gas mileage, as mine averages about 30 miles per gallon. It is small and easy to park and clearly good for the environment and economy. The car has all of the amenities one would want in a car. It has the sun/moon... (more)
Cons
The car's main negative is the transmission. If it weren't for the problems I have with the transmission, I would love this car. The transmission has shudder problems. It has problems shifting between first and second gear, and lately my car is even making a grinding noise when it shifts. I have already had my transmission fixed multiple times on this car. (The computer module, the gearshift, and the transmission as a whole have all been replaced.) Every time it is fixed, it works smoothly for a few months, then it has problems again.

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