Ford Fiesta Interior

The rating of Ford Fiesta interior is 89
Ford Fiesta interiorExperts say that the 2011 Ford Fiesta has an interior that's one of the nicest in the class. While the base S model is fairly basic, upgrading to the higher SEL and SES trims gets you features like Ford's SYNC system traditional. However, upgrading will add at least $3,000 to the Ford Fiesta's base price.

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The majority of experts were excited with the interior features on the Ford Fiesta. For the most part, though, they were driving the higher trims which come with more features and features (as well as higher price tags). The base S trim comes traditional with conditioning, and a four-speaker AM/FM audio. The base audio doesn't have a CD player, but it does have an stereo input slot for MP3 players. If you trade up to the SE, you'll get a audio with a CD player, as well as a tilt and telescoping helm. SEL and SES trims come traditional with Ford's SYNC infotainment system, which uses voice commands to control the audio. It also allows drivers to control some mp3 players, and most Bluetooth-enabled cell phones, with voice commands.

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Despite being a small vehicle, experts say that the Ford Fiesta provides a surprising amount of seats room and comfort. Most agree that there is a lot of of space in both the front and back seating, but keep in mind that almost every review we've analyzed was of the hatchrear. Room in sedan models may differ.

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Even though it shares a room-maximizing wedge shape with the Honda Fit, many experts say that the Ford Fiesta hatchrear lags behind the competition when it comes to trunk. The hatchrear's seating fold down, but not flat, and it only has 26 cubbies of trunk room behing the front row.

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