2014 Ford Fiesta
73,609 Miles
$8,999

Amarillo, TX
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2014 Ford Fiesta
48,134 Miles
$8,634

Wausau, WI
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2014 Ford Fiesta
18,886 Miles
$11,476

O'fallon, IL
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2014 Ford Fiesta
55,000 Miles
$7,899

Riverhead, NY
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2014 Ford Fiesta
38,625 Miles
$15,480

Stafford, TX
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2014 Ford Fiesta
66,057 Miles
$8,900

Charlotte, NC
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2014 Ford Fiesta
44,366 Miles
$12,000

Los Angeles, CA
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2014 Ford Fiesta
64,057 Miles
$9,100

Charlotte, NC
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2014 Ford Fiesta
22,103 Miles
$9,700

Charlotte, NC
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2014 Ford Fiesta
42,813 Miles
$15,995

Jordan, MN
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2014 Ford Fiesta
53,942 Miles
$7,799

Waite Park, MN
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2014 Ford Fiesta
59,055 Miles
$8,498

White Bear Lake, MN
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2014 Ford Fiesta
66,445 Miles
$9,276

Wichita, KS
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2014 Ford Fiesta
43,193 Miles
$9,995

Amarillo, TX
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2014 Ford Fiesta
$9,495

Rochester, NH
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2014 Ford Fiesta
47,694 Miles
$9,500

Henderson, NV
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2014 Ford Fiesta
40,474 Miles
$10,000

Cody, WY
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2014 Ford Fiesta
59,370 Miles
$8,991

Spokane, WA
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2014 Ford Fiesta
49,963 Miles
$8,935

Pahrump, NV
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2014 Ford Fiesta
21,130 Miles
$12,995

Redding, CA
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2014 Ford Fiesta Buyer's Guide

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

2014 Ford Fiesta Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2014 Ford Fiesta - Cute and Efficient

KMT
Duluth, Minnesota
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I like my Ford Fiesta because it gets great gas mileage. I travel a lot for work, and have to bring a great deal of gear with me, and the car can accommodate all of it while still getting great mileage. I have disliked working out some of the kinks of a new car--after owning for less than 6 months, the key would not turn in the ignition. The ignition was taken apart and put back together and then worked. No explanation as to what was going on, other than maybe some dirt got in the ignition. Which seemed pretty unlikely, and hard to believe that enough dirt could get in there to cause such a problem in so little time. Especially when I bought the car in the winter when the ground is frozen and dirt is under snow.
Story
The car somehow still is able to make it up huge hills despite 6 inches of snowfall...But can't make it up the slight incline of my driveway on the same day.
Pros
Great gas mileage. Seats that fold down to expand trunk storage.
Cons
Unexplained ignition problems. Tendency to hydroplane. Traction control being on every time you turn on the vehicle--no ability to shut it off for long periods of time.

2014 Ford Fiesta - Economical car good for everyday use and parallel parking

Thao
Fairwood, Washington
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
2.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
2.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I have driven over 30,000 miles in one year in this car and it gets great gas mileage. Because of the bubble design, it is so easy to parallel park in downtown with this car - I can get into pretty much any spot I have my eye on. The actual space in the car feels quite cramped, mostly whenever I have a passenger, we bump elbows often. I have the hatchback and I love that the seats fold down to make the trunk bigger. I go to Ikea and buy furniture in this car and I am able to squeeze everything in with the seats folded down - kind of reminds me of a clown car when I start taking things out. I only paid $13k for this car and it is a true work horse. I've even taken it on mountain roads that are not paved and it has not fallen apart on me at all. Because it's a small engine, I bought the ... (more)
Story
I live up on a hill, and I have to go up this hill every single time I go home. As I mentioned before, this car does not do well on hills. I have to change over to the right lane every time I'm on this hill because people eventually pass me anyways. Also, this car has a relatively good turning radius, so armed with this knowledge, my husband decides to take a sharp U-turn and totally drove str... (more)
Pros
I love the gas mileage on this car. On good days I get upwards of 38-39 mpg, that's like the Prius that I borrowed from my friend which averaged about 33 mpg. The tank is small, about 9 gallons, so it doesn't cost me much to fill up. I love that it's so easy to parallel park because I tend to have meetups in impossible-to-park places. It really is made "Ford-tough", because my husband has driven over curbs with this car, I've taken it over potholes, gravel roads, you-name-it, and it still performs just like the day I got it. I love that it comes standard with hands-free calling, super easy... (more)
Cons
One thing that I overlooked when buying this car is the base model does not come with keyless entry. It's super annoying having to put your key in to unlock your car each time. If you like to drive fast and pass people, this is NOT the car for you. If you didn't get the updated engine and packages, like me, you are going to be one of those annoying grandma drivers on the road. It's almost impossible to pass anybody in this car, and also going up hills is a pain. Also, the vents in the front are right behind the steering wheel, so you can't use one of those clip-in phone holders that clip o... (more)

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