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2014 Ford Fiesta


City 26 - 28 MPG Hwy 35 - 36 MPG

Safety Rating

  • Overall Safety:
    4 stars
  • Frontal Crash:
    4 stars
  • Side Crash:
    5 stars

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Consumer Reviews Write a Review

Overall Rating:
4.1 (out of 5)
Value 4.1
Exterior 4.4
Interior 4.2
Comfort 4
Performance 4
Reliability 4.1
Fiesta ST is the best performance value available

by Shifting-enthusiast from Redding, CA | September 10, 2019

This is a fast and fun little car that handles flawlessly. It’s more fun than any other front wheel drive, and more fun than some rear wheel drives! To be clear though, the mighty ST is based on the humble Fiesta, so it’s still a small economy car at heart. If you’re looking for a status symbol, get a BMW instead.

No recalls etc.

by rallytaff from Los Angeles | August 22, 2019

As a retired person, I bought this car, which is a Fiesta ST for the fun and performance. It has numerous upgrades for performance and handling and has had no recalls or given me any problems in 86,500 miles. I drive it like it's supposed to be driven and still get 28 mpg! I bought the car through a COSTCO rep at a dealership and paid under $20,000, a GREAT deal! Probably the last car I will ever buy!

Quiet & Economical, but has Issues

by Fiesta Driver from Hartford CT | August 21, 2019

Purchased a Fiesta 4-door sedan in SE Trim as a demo with 4K miles, manual transmission, & full factory warranty at a nice price. Car is *very* quiet and comfortable on the road, especially for front seat occupants, and handles bumps well. Back seat is a bit cramped with limited legroom and "straight up" seating posture, which might not be comfortable on long trips. Standard Engine is economical (34 mpg combined), but has average performance which becomes anemic with four people in car and A/C on. The manual transmission shifts easy with a slightly vague feel, but is reportedly far less troublesome than the automatic transmission. Interior is nicely done and all controls well laid out but mostly uses hard plastics everywhere except for the dashboard, and the thin cloth (not vinyl?!?) bolsters which are glued to the front armrests are soft and so far have stood up well. Although the rear seats fold down they don't sit flat, and a cross-brace behind the seats means it isn't as versatile as a true hatchback. The SE came with a donut spare tire & jack (helpful), voice-activated SYNC System, nice ambient lighting, and useful outlets for USB (3 jacks), SD cards (2 slots), and DC plugs (2). However, the car does have some nagging issues: The clutch seems to chirp during the 1st few releases but then settles down, no idea why. The car has a random battery drain issue which has yet to be resolved after 60K miles - could be the Bluetooth, the radio, SYNC System, automatic headlights, trunk light switch, no one seems to know - but it could leave the car dead without warning. And, replacing the cabin air filter is an exercise in patience. Bottom line? It's a quiet, economical car built on a budget with average performance, less-than-average interior room, a comfortable front seating area, useful but not efficient cargo space, and a bunch of helpful electronic goodies. Just be sure to research the car for any nagging issues - like sudden battery drain - before you consider buying.

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2014 Ford Fiesta Overview


The 2014 Ford Fiesta gets a slew of exciting updates for the 2014 model year, including a brand new sporty ST trim and a new, fuel-efficient engine which will be released in fall 2013.

The Fiesta’s exterior styling has been updated and upgraded for the new model year, with a new nose that is similar to the new look found on the Fusion midsize sedan. The new grille is larger and wider, moving the Ford logo up towards the hood and it is flanked by more aggressive headlight clusters that stretch back over the front fenders. While the previous Fiesta was round and cute, the updated 2014 model is more aggressive, especially the ST version which gets unique styling, a lowered ride height, and 17-inch wheels. The Fiesta is offered as both a four-door sedan and a four-door hatchback (the ST is hatchback only).

Under the hood, last year’s economical 120-horsepower, 1.6-liter four-cylinder returns to power the S, SE, and Titanium trims. It is mated to a five-speed manual or a six-speed dual-clutch automatic. There are two new engine options for 2014, one in the high-performance ST and the other an even more fuel efficient three-cylinder EcoBoost (turbocharged) engine. The ST ups the ante with a 197-horsepower, turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder that is mated to a six-speed manual only, similar to its larger sibling the Focus ST. Coming later in the year is a turbocharged 1.0-liter EcoBoost three-cylinder engine that will be the most efficient engine in the lineup.

Fuel economy is a big selling point for the 2014 Fiesta, which returns 29/39 mpg city/highway with the automatic and 27/38 mpg with the manual. The ST with its more powerful engine still manages 26/35 mpg, meaning you can have fun without breaking the bank at the pump.

Inside, the Fiesta’s model year changes are not as pronounced. A new touch-screen multimedia system is offered that includes a 6.5-inch display that is mounted high on the center console, right where we like it. The high screen placement makes it easier to read/see and less distracting to drivers. Standard features include an auxiliary audio input, air conditioning, 60/40-split rear seat, power side mirrors, and a tilt/telescoping steering wheel. The 2014 Fiesta can also pile on the premium options as well, with SYNC/MyFord Touch, power moonroof, leather upholstery, push button start, Bluetooth connectivity, a navigation system, and heated front seats.

Though the 2014 Fiesta is small, it comes with seven standard airbags, an electronic stability system, and antilock brakes. Options include a rearview camera and parking sensors.