New Ford Fiesta 2013 - Which? Review 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.

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