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Spyshots: Ford Fiesta Facelift Getting 1.0L EcoBoost

The Fiesta is one of Europe’s favorite superminis, and we’re confident Ford will be able to turn it into a success story in America as well. The model is already established and recognized for its mix of economy and handling, but its sharp looks are beginning to show their age.
2013 Ford Fiesta Facelift Spyshots 7 photos
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But with age comes wisdom, and the mighty Fiesta is going to have not only a facelift this year, but also a new engine and some toys. We are of course talking about the new 1.0-liter three-cylinder and SYNC system, both of which made their debut with the B-MAX.

We suspect the 1.0-liter turbo unit will be available (in two power outputs) in combination with the existing 1.4 and 1.6-liter engines it was supposed to replace, mainly in order to offer budged buyers a cheaper base car.

But what we want to focus on is the facelift and what this brings to the handsome Fiesta. Mainly, the changes are at the front, where new lights will probably follow the lines of the Evos Concept and 2012 Focus. By the looks of things, there will also be a new bonnet and the a bigger upper grille instead of the little inlet currently on the car.

 
 
 
 
 

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