Yes Lease: Ford Fiesta 1.0L 140 ST Line £177.84 pm, £177.84 upfront + £300 processing fee 36 months personal lease from yes lease. Total deal = £6702 - HotUKDeals
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Yes Lease: Ford Fiesta 1.0L 140 ST Line £177.84 pm, £177.84 upfront + £300 processing fee 36 months personal lease from yes lease. Total deal = £6,702.00

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thought this was a good deal. Also speaking with an adviser, the £300 processing fee can also be spread over the 36 months so taking you monthly payments up to around £185. The only up front payment … Read More
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thought this was a good deal. Also speaking with an adviser, the £300 processing fee can also be spread over the 36 months so taking you monthly payments up to around £185. The only up front payment you would make then is £177.84.

This is the 140 bhp version, 9 secs 0-60, also has navigaton. Really nippy car and a real pleasure to drive!!
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banned 2 Likes #1
0-60 in 9 seconds? Is that a typo?
How did they manage to make it so slow?
#2
it's only a fiesta for god sake! besides when you drive a car that is 11 secs then that is bloody quick!!
#3
I was thinking the same
#4
BrianSewell
0-60 in 9 seconds? Is that a typo?
How did they manage to make it so slow?
its a 1000cc fiesta...thats how ;)

Edited By: bouncy99 on Jan 17, 2017 22:15
banned#5
an s-max gets to 60 quicker than 9s, it must be a typo
1 Like #6
Guess Volvo lease it is....
#7
BrianSewell
an s-max gets to 60 quicker than 9s, it must be a typo
http://www.whatcar.com/news/2016-ford-fiesta-10-ecoboost-140-st-line-review/
not a typo apparently

Edited By: bouncy99 on Jan 17, 2017 22:19
2 Likes #8
0 to 60 in 9 seconds is fast enough for any car on the roads today....why would you ever need to reach sixty in 1 or 2 seconds less than that....unless you're a ****
2 Likes #9
PLANKT0N0
0 to 60 in 9 seconds is fast enough for any car on the roads today....why would you ever need to reach sixty in 1 or 2 seconds less than that....unless you're a ****


While in gear acceleration figures would prove more useful, the 0—60 is a good indicator of the cars potential to overtake when required.

9 second is a very average sort of number, and was certainly less than I would have expect from this car.
#10
Robj1
PLANKT0N0
0 to 60 in 9 seconds is fast enough for any car on the roads today....why would you ever need to reach sixty in 1 or 2 seconds less than that....unless you're a ****
While in gear acceleration figures would prove more useful, the 0—60 is a good indicator of the cars potential to overtake when required.
9 second is a very average sort of number, and was certainly less than I would have expect from this car.
Thank you
1 Like #11
For a car as small as a fiesta with 140 bhp 9 seconds is slow. My focus ecoboost which weighs 2 tonnes does 0-60 in only 8.3 seconds and its 150 bhp. Plus the fiesta is half a tonne lighter.

That doesn't add up imo.
1 Like #12
bbfb123
For a car as small as a fiesta with 140 bhp 9 seconds is slow. My focus ecoboost which weighs 2 tonnes does 0-60 in only 8.3 seconds and its 150 bhp. Plus the fiesta is half a tonne lighter.

That doesn't add up imo.


A 2 tonne focus? What's it made of?
#13
bbfb123
My focus ecoboost which weighs 2 tonnes
2 tonnes with five adults in the cabin and five folded up in the boot maybe. The Ford Focus has weighed about 1200kg for twenty years!
#14
I've got a focus ST3 petrol and the 0-60 is 6.3 seconds.....until you try to accelerate and realise power and front wheel drive is not the best choice. This probably has a better time of it with 9secs as you might be able to put the power down without it trying to throw you in a hedge with torque steer.
#15
When you're more interested in mph than 0-60.
1 Like #16
Benzyl
bbfb123
My focus ecoboost which weighs 2 tonnes
2 tonnes with five adults in the cabin and five folded up in the boot maybe. The Ford Focus has weighed about 1200kg for twenty years!


lol X) My bad was reading gross vehicle weight.
#17
bbfb123
Benzyl
bbfb123
My focus ecoboost which weighs 2 tonnes
2 tonnes with five adults in the cabin and five folded up in the boot maybe. The Ford Focus has weighed about 1200kg for twenty years!


lol X) My bad was reading gross vehicle weight.


Don't blame you for being confused, the 8.3 seconds quoted isn't fully laden.
#18
bbfb123
For a car as small as a fiesta with 140 bhp 9 seconds is slow. My focus ecoboost which weighs 2 tonnes does 0-60 in only 8.3 seconds and its 150 bhp. Plus the fiesta is half a tonne lighter.

That doesn't add up imo.


Depends on gearing as well, not just power to weight.
banned#19
Lets just agree that 9s is **** slow
#20
Its the st 'LINE' not the ST - which is just what they've renamed the zetec s

They dont need it to go any faster than 9s as its target is people who want the sportier styling on a pretty much bog standard fiesta, plus it would ruin sales on the ST's if it did

I have seen graphs of people getting up to 200bhp out of their 1L ecoboost engines though, but apparently they didnt last very long...
#21
I'm sure I read somewhere that Ford have had to limit the amount of torque available in 1st and 2nd gears as the gearbox couldn't handle it. Guess it would explain the slow 0-60 time.
#22
we have a zetec.s lovely car to drive

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