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Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost Trend 5dr - £16952 @ nationwidecars

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*Price includes:

Options (£0), Road Fund License (£180), First Reg Fee (£55.00)

The Cheap Ford Fiesta Hatchback 1.0 EcoBoost Trend 5dr sports a number of great features and technical specs.

This includes a fuel economy of MPG combined and g/km CO2 emissions from the cylinder, 999 CC engine with a 6 speed gear box. This produces 100 BHP with a top speed of 112 MPH and a 0 to 62 time of 10.8 seconds. The car fits into insurance group .

We have a great range of deals on all Ford Fiesta Hatchback derivatives, so browse online for the model you want.
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    If you can hang on. 

    on wake up to money. They had a financial expert on. And whilst no one can predict the future he was saying that the whole car industry has over the last 12 years existed on selling expensive cars to people who don’t need or can I’ll afford them. And cheap credit allowed this bubble to form. 

    cheap credit is now over so he expects a huge retraction in car prices. second hand as well as new (edited)
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    stop it! let people buy it, how else can i get a second hand one cheaper? this good advice nonsense needs to stop!
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    17k for a fiesta. christ. (cold)
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    You obviously haven’t been following new car prices recently!
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    E46 M3 money right here…
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    Without the e46 m3 bad reliability/issues
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    Picture is misleading to say the least as it's not a picture of what you can actually get for the price!!!!
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    True, the picture is an ST-Line X which costs £24k
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    This includes a fuel economy of MPG combined and g/km CO2 emissions from the cylinder

    Feel like some crucial information is missing here
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    Glad to see you can still get car for under twenty thousand it’s starting to panic me especially being disabled I hope the cars don’t keep going up to fast in price.
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    Paying £16,952 for a bad case of depression; cold as Ice.
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    Be careful as they are stopping production of fiestas n you may then struggle to get spares in a few years x
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    Doubt it, you can still get parts for Ford Cortina’s (edited)
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    The post the other day was for the 125hp, mild hybrid MHEV Trend Fester.

    More power and extra expensive EV gubbins but £250 cheaper than this???

    Well done Ford.
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    Hybrid model surely the better choice?
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    Wet cam belt on these right? I'd avoid if so..
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    Yep!
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    Used car sales have reduced 20% this is the GPU situation all over again. Soon this will crash.
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    20% by volume or value? What is GPU apart from a TLA?
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    What is the lead time on these? The website gives no indication of the delivery situation.
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    Do they Eco BOOM any more?
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    A comment from the year 2012 💤 😴
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    Any recommendations for a first car hybrid preferred up to £40k
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    Small car Toyota Yaris
    Medium car Toyota Corolla or Honda Civic
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    Worth 8k tops… people need to stop this ..good value 
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    Lord, my fiesta st3 cost this in 2015 and I would sooner pay for it again than a new one of these. Cold because poop
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    Same, wife has the ST3 5 doors. I get to drive it every so often, absolutely love driving it. I fancy Montune it, wonder if it's still possible for a 6 years old car, she's only done 18k miles on it, definitely will keep that for a while.
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    You’d be stupid to get this car for £16k better off buying second hand you can get some amazing used cars with low mileage for 16K
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