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The most noticeable change to the 2014 Ford Fiesta is a new grille that makes it look like an Aston Martin and the 2013 Fusion midsize sedan. A revised hood is also new. While Europeans can spec out a two-door Fiesta hatchback, U.S.-market cars will likely remain four-door hatchbacks or sedans.
As we’ve previously reported, the Ford’s EcoBoost 1.0-liter I-3 cylinder engine is likely to join the 2014 Fiesta’s option list. The three-banger is currently available under the hood of the Euro-spec Focus. We expect the EcoBoost 1.0-liter to arrive here first in the Focus and later the Fiesta, but not until the new front styling debuts.
While the interior is said to use higher-quality materials, the design remains the same. The 2014 Fiesta gains a few new features such as Active City Stop, which applies brakes and emergency flashers if a collision is imminent and Emergency Assistance, which sends for help in case of a crash.
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