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Something about Ford Fiesta:
Ford’s littlest sedan and four-door hatchback offer spritely, fuel-efficient fun, with engaging driving dynamics to boot. Two engine choices are available: a standard 120-hp four-cylinder or an optional 123-hp turbocharged three-cylinder. A five-speed manual is standard on both engines while a clunky six-speed automatic is optional. Ride is balanced and quiet; braking is good, too. The interior feels nicer than the Fiesta’s price suggests, but upscale features are at a minimum.
Just $995 separates the 2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0L EcoBoost sedan from its standard four-cylinder–powered Fiesta SE counterpart. That amount covers the SE EcoBoost Fuel Economy package, which includes Ford’s teensy 1.0-liter turbocharged three-cylinder engine, a rear spoiler, and strangely cool 15-inch steel wheels with aero-minded hubcaps.
Happily, the three-cylinder produces 3 more horsepower and a whopping 36 more lb-ft of torque than the standard Fiesta’s naturally aspirated 1.6-liter four, for totals of 123 and 148. Like the four, the three-cylinder produces its maximum power high in the rev range, so drivers will need to really work the five-speed to make haste. Our test car made it to 60 mph in 8.7 seconds, beating the Fiesta 1.6 sedan by 0.6 second.
Out on the mean streets, the engine’s power advantage fades at regular engine speeds—for instance, below 3000 rpm. The engine makes almost no usable torque at this point in the power band, so you’ll want to keep it in a lower gear. What’s more, wringing out the little engine is huge fun, thanks to its solid high-rpm thrust and offbeat three-cylinder thrum.