New Ford Fiesta Style £8795 OTR or pay £4397.50 now and £4397.50 in 13 months (0% APR) @ Hendy's Group
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New Ford Fiesta Style £8795 OTR or pay £4397.50 now and £4397.50 in 13 months (0% APR) @ Hendy's Group

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Found 14th May 2012
This seems pretty decent potentially as you pay half now and half in a year for a new Ford Fiesta at 0%APR

Ford Fiesta Style 3dr Hatchback 1.25 60PS Petrol Manual
Cash price (includes metallic paint) £8,795.00
Customer deposit £4,397.50
Amount of credit £4,397.50
Total charge for credit £0.00
Monthly payments £0.00
Total amount payable by customer £8,795.00
GMFV (optional final payment) £4,397.50 (Due in 13 months)
Mileage per annum 12,000
Excess mileage charge 6.0p per mile
Fixed rate of interest 0.0%
0.0% APR representative

Also available on a Ford Ka for £6,995 (or £3,497.50 x 2)
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hmmmm tempting . thank-you for posting (_;)
if you can get the econetic diesel variant, 60 mpg and no car tax...
Good price but 60bhp from a 1.25?
oddballjamie

Good price but 60bhp from a 1.25?


ps is slightly less than bhp about 98% but yes it doesnt have much power...0 to 60 in 17 seconds!!!!!
60BHP sounds about right for a modern 1.25.
jukie

ps is slightly less than bhp about 98% but yes it doesnt have much … ps is slightly less than bhp about 98% but yes it doesnt have much power...0 to 60 in 17 seconds!!!!!



It's not the 0-60 bothering me, it's the BHP per litre. In 1995 it had 74bhp and more torque, what are Ford playing at?
It's like when they stuck with putting in that relic 1.3 in the Ka for some many, many years.
I imagine what they're 'playing at' is capping the hp for learner drivers on this particular model.

Especially seeing as the same engine can be had as an 80.
JezUK

I imagine what they're 'playing at' is capping the hp for learner drivers … I imagine what they're 'playing at' is capping the hp for learner drivers on this particular model.Especially seeing as the same engine can be had as an 80.


But why not just put a smaller engine in it?
oddballjamie

But why not just put a smaller engine in it?



I think they're working on getting the 1.0 litre turbo from the focus and getting that in various states of tune for their smaller model. I guess these things take time.
oddballjamie

But why not just put a smaller engine in it?



I dont think Ford currently have a smaller engine available that gives this BHP. Why build an engine just to make the capacity smaller?

This is the entry level model after all.
JezUK

I imagine what they're 'playing at' is capping the hp for learner drivers … I imagine what they're 'playing at' is capping the hp for learner drivers on this particular model.Especially seeing as the same engine can be had as an 80.



I'd say it just gives them an entry level model at roughly the same BHP point as its competitors.

Theres going to be next to no profit in a car / deal like this, so any good salesman will be trying to move prospective customers into a car with higher BHP / spec / price and thus better profit.
I've got the 75bhp (maybe 72?) of this engine, and it's fine, but struggles up hills.
Personally I think this would be under powered, unless you only use it around town or single person transport.

They will soon replace this engine with a 1.0l 3 cylinder, turbo charged in the bigger cars, naturally aspirated in the little ones.
pgilc1

I dont think Ford currently have a smaller engine available that gives … I dont think Ford currently have a smaller engine available that gives this BHP. Why build an engine just to make the capacity smaller?This is the entry level model after all.


Why build an efficient small engine for Britains best selling car? They could get one from another company, just like they do with the diesels.
WasBeen

I've got the 75bhp (maybe 72?) of this engine, and it's fine, but … I've got the 75bhp (maybe 72?) of this engine, and it's fine, but struggles up hills.Personally I think this would be under powered, unless you only use it around town or single person transport.They will soon replace this engine with a 1.0l 3 cylinder, turbo charged in the bigger cars, naturally aspirated in the little ones.


It's about time, their small engines are too old and should've been updated 10 years ago. Mazda 2 has the right idea, still not great though.
oddballjamie

Why build an efficient small engine for Britains best selling car? They … Why build an efficient small engine for Britains best selling car? They could get one from another company, just like they do with the diesels.



And therein lies your answer - its Britains best selling car anyway, so why go to the trouble - and great expense - of buying in someone elses engines and technology, just to have a smaller capacity car? PLUS, then you've all the development costs of getting it to work with your gearbox (or are you proposing they buy that in too?), engine management systems, fuelling systems, making sure it fits and still allows clearance for all of the ancilliaries that ford use, etc, etc.

They'll probably replace the engine over time, but in the meantime if its not broken, why fix it?

As others have said, it will soon be replaced by some sort of 1.0 turbo variant.

Edited by: "pgilc1" 15th May 2012
Their 1.25 zetec engines are known to be reliable and can take some abuse (made for students?). Not a bad deal.
Whilst the debate continues about the engine/BHP etc., I think this is a very good deal for what it is. It's a Ford Fiesta, at a good price with a good finance package.
oddballjamie

Why build an efficient small engine for Britains best selling car? They … Why build an efficient small engine for Britains best selling car? They could get one from another company, just like they do with the diesels.



I'd also quite like the job of making those engines to be in this country.
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Fords new 1.0 100ps and 125ps engine is now available in the focus. This deal sounds great however as its only over 13months. My guess is if in the months you have the GFMV then you probably have it just now !
Fords new 1.0 100ps and 125ps engine is now available in the focus. This deal sounds great however as its only over 13months. My guess is if in 13 months you have the GFMV then you probably have it just now !
Edited by: "jellybaby1969" 15th May 2012
Syzable

Thanks for sharing, We posted this up on Facebook – Click the pic to see o … Thanks for sharing, We posted this up on Facebook – Click the pic to see our Facebook page, we’ll keep you posted on the community’s favourite deals


Oi! Mark Z,
Take your advertising somewhere else?
Seriously I'm tired of seeing that posted in every hot deal.
Why do we need everything mirrored onto facebook?
these cars are well slow.
Any similar offers for the 5 Doors please
got a 2010 modei with the same engine and its perfectly fine for town or extra urban driving as long as your not 19 and want a bean can or a wing on it then its quick enough up to 40mph and im getting 55mpg too.
Terrific value! Especially for the Ka.

OP, what your avatar pic of?
Zuulan

Terrific value! Especially for the Ka.OP, what your avatar pic of?


Chewy playing baseball
punkstoner1

The 1.0 Turbo focus is already available


Well done, have a lolly.
Edited by: "oddballjamie" 15th May 2012
jellybaby1969

Fords new 1.0 100ps and 125ps engine is now available in the focus. This … Fords new 1.0 100ps and 125ps engine is now available in the focus. This deal sounds great however as its only over 13months. My guess is if in 13 months you have the GFMV then you probably have it just now !


Bang it in a one year bond and make two hundred quid on it.
reakt

Oi! Mark Z, Take your advertising somewhere else?Seriously I'm tired of … Oi! Mark Z, Take your advertising somewhere else?Seriously I'm tired of seeing that posted in every hot deal.Why do we need everything mirrored onto facebook?



I think they only post the ones that will have impact or are of interest to a larger audience.
job

got a 2010 modei with the same engine and its perfectly fine for town or … got a 2010 modei with the same engine and its perfectly fine for town or extra urban driving as long as your not 19 and want a bean can or a wing on it then its quick enough up to 40mph and im getting 55mpg too.


55mpg? maybe downhill for a few seconds, I doubt you're averaging 55mpg.
The 82bhp engine is much better, doesnt feel underpowered and 51 mpg combined!
The engine is a bit poo (the 1 litre engines in Toyotas and Volkswagens are better all-rounders than this), but it's a good deal. Great for a first car otherwise.
Heed20

60BHP sounds about right for a modern 1.25.



Really? as has been posted you can get a 1.0 focus with 100 or 125 ps

The engine in this fiesta is old,slow, uneconimical (for what it is), not sure even at the price it is that great a deal
Edited by: "jukie" 18th May 2012
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