The Ford Fiesta Sport Special Edition shows more sportiness.
The Fiesta, which celebrates its 35 years in the B segment has just been presented with the new version Fiesta Sport Special Edition, and is available with two versions bot. of 1.6-Liter: the Duratec Ti-VCT petrol by 134 hp and a diesel TDCi 95 hp. The new version, only 3-door, has a sporty body and some details that emphasizes the aesthetic details of the cabin.
The all black body kit for the Ford Fiesta Sport Special Edition.
The special version Ford Fiesta Sport Special Edition started from the package Sport +, adding more details with the Special Edition kit to customize a even more sporty body. The main features of the new package are a new front and rear spoiler, silver grille, side skirts, 17 ” black alloy wheels or silver which is optional and both for the petrol version, while a 16″ are available for the diesel and finally a sports exhaust with dual outputs.
Regarding the customization of the Ford Fiesta Sport Special Edition, some interior details are proposed such as the heated sports seats with Ebony Black leather and silver contrast stitching, custom floor mats Special Edition, sport pedals, automatic air conditioning and DAB sound system with six speakers and USb.
The engine of the Fiesta Sport Special Edition have both petrol and diesel.
The 2011 Fiesta with sports body is available with two engines, diesel and petrol. The 1.6 Duratec Ti-VCT petrol delivers a peak power of 134 hp at 6,700 rpm and a torque of 160 Nm at 4,250 rpm. Thanks to the short gear transmission and sport exhaust, according to the American firm, the Fiesta Sport Special Edition takes 8.7 seconds to start from 0 to 100 km/h and reach a top speed of 195 Km/h.
The diesel engine is instead the 1.6 Duratorq TDCi 95 hp, declaring an average consumption of 4.1 l/100 km in the combined cycle and a CO2 emission of 107 g/km.
This new Fiesta Sport Special Edition will be launched later this year on the European market.
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