http://whi.ch/FordFiesta2013 A mid-life update in early 2013 brings cosmetic changes, technology updates and, significantly, the availability of Ford's three-cylinder, 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine.
You can spot the '2013' Ford Fiesta by its new bonnet, bumpers, grille and headlights. It now fits in with Ford's latest 'trapezoidal grille' look, and features integrated LED daytime running lights.
New technologies include a voice-activated in-car system called 'Ford SYNC'. This allows phones and music devices to be connected via Bluetooth or USB, and includes Emergency Assistance, which directly connects to local emergency services after an accident. Also available is Active City Stop, a system designed to help drivers avoid low speed collisions, and MyKey which can be programmed to set speed limits for particular drivers.
New Mazda 6 2013 - Which? first drive
http://whi.ch/mazda62013 The 2013 Mazda 6 is one the most fuel-efficient
cars in its class -- and one of the best-looking. Can it tempt buyers from
the all-conquering BMW 3 Series?
Mazda's flagship large car is available as a four-door saloon or an estate,
called the Tourer. Unlike the old 6, there's no five-door hatchback --
apparently buyers see saloons as more upmarket.
Prices for diesel models start at £21,795 for the 148bhp 2.2-litre saloon,
rising to £28,045 for the 173bhp 2.2 Tourer auto in fully-loaded Sport Nav
Petrol versions are significantly cheaper, at £19,595 for the entry-level
143bhp 2.0 saloon and £24,865 for the top-spec 163bhp 2.0 Tourer.
2014 Kia Soul - Which? first drive
While the first generation Soul had the quirkiness to turn heads, an
uninspiring drive and lack of refinement meant few of these onlookers
dipped into their bank accounts to buy one. This second generation version
looks to rectify the old car's shortcomings, while retaining a strong
identity. The question is, will it encourage more buyers to purchase
instead of just look?
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New Toyota Auris 2013 - Which? first drive
http://whi.ch/ToyotaAuris2013 Toyota's new Auris has big boots to fill.
It's a direct descendent of the Corolla, the world's bestselling car and
the model that earned Toyota its reputation for reliability.
The five-door Auris hatchback goes on sale first, with a Touring Sports
estate due in July 2013. Prices start at £14,500, although Toyota UK
expects the hybrid -- priced from £19,995 -- to be its bestseller.
Four engines are offered: 1.33- and 1.6-litre petrol, 1.4 diesel and the
hybrid, which uses the same petrol/electric drivetrain as the Prius. A
six-speed manual gearbox is standard, with an optional auto 'box (£1,000)
on the 1.6 petrol. The hybrid comes with a 'one-speed' CVT automatic.
Medium hatchbacks are the bread and butter of the UK car market, so the
Toyota's rivals include some familiar faces: Ford Focus, Renault Megane,
Vauxhall Astra and Volkswagen Golf.
At the top end of this segment, the Audi A3, BMW 1 Series and Mercedes
A-class offer premium badges at premium prices. And at the lower end, cars
like the Chevrolet Cruze, Hyundai i30 and Kia Cee'd tempt buyers with long
warranties and plenty of standard equipment.
Finally, let's not forget compact MPVs and 4x4s, such as Toyota's own Verso
2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost - Review, Full-Tour, Testdrive, Sound (1080p HD)
Full review of this brilliant Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost Titanium. Probably the best sub-compact
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2013 Ford Fiesta review - What Car?
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lot of compromises, with the 2014 Fiesta that is no longer the case. The
updates Ford made for 2014 involves updated styling front and rear, a
refreshed interior, and some new technology features in the center stack
previously unavailable in Ford's smallest offering. A slightly cramped
interior remains, but buyers looking for a sub-compact that feels like a
compact car should look no further than the 2014 Fiesta. Stay tuned for the
hot ST and upcoming 1.0L EcoBoost
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2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0L EcoBoost: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know
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How the new Ford EcoBoost 1.0-litre petrol engine works
How the new Ford EcoBoost 1.0-litre
petrol engine works.
The new three-cylinder EcoBoostturbocharged petrol engine made its UK
debut in the B-MAX and is now also available in the C-MAX and Grand C-MAX,
and will be added to other vehicles in the Ford range later on, including
the new Ford Mondeo.
2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0L - Three cylinders and three dreaded letters: NVH
As automakers struggle to find new ways to attract buyers with improved
fuel economy while meeting increasingly strict government regulations,
nothing is off the table. Nowhere is that more true than with the 2014
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Ford Fiesta Acceleration 0-100 & Sound Test 2013
Here we have the brand new Ford Fiesta (MK7) 1.25 from the model year 2014
facelift. We test the acceleration of 0-100 km/h and make a sound test.
This 1.25l engine is available in two configurations. We drive the small
version with 44 KW / 60 PS. The top speed is specified to work at 152 Km /
h. So this car is not very fast. But for city driving and on the road is it
sufficient. If you want better performance, you should take the 1.25l
60kW/82PS engine. If that is not enough, choose a 1.0l EcoBoost with up to 125 hp or takes the Ford
Fiesta ST 1.6l EcoBoostturbo and 182 hp.