The Ford Fiesta may be little, but it nevertheless packs a powerful punch. According to Ford, the Fiesta discontinued in 2019, at least in North America.

A 120 horsepower 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine and an exhilarating five-speed manual transmission are both standard; a six-speed automatic transmission is an option

Although it isn't fast—the last one we tested needed 9.1 seconds to reach 60 mph—the Fiesta is lively in the corners and the steering is accurate and well-weighted.

Although the Ford Fiesta's rear seat is constrained in both the sedan and hatchback versions, its small size and lack of standard equipment shouldn't be deal-breakers.

The base S model of Ford Fiesta includes standard features like a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel.

In addition to manual windows and a rearview camera, the SE trim level offers convenience features like cruise control and remote keyless entry.

There are additional fees for a sunroof, in-dash GPS, and a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system. The practical hatchback folded its rear seats to provide room for 14 of our carry-on bags.

One of the most affordable little automobiles available is the Ford Fiesta. The Fiesta is not only very economical, but it's also fantastic to drive, cozy, well-equipped, and simple to live with.

The Ford Fiesta competes with vehicles like the Vauxhall Corsa, Peugeot 208, and Volkswagen Polo, but there's a good reason why it consistently ranks among the most popular vehicles in the UK.

The Fiesta lineup offers a wide selection of options as well: in addition to the three- and five-door hatchback models, there is also the tough Active model and the fast Ford Fiesta ST hot hatchback.

Ford Fiestas at the entry level are intelligent enough, but things get fascinating as you move up the model range.

The Vignale Edition focuses on luxury, with chrome trim, leather seating, and comfort, while the ST-Line Edition vehicles have a sporty appearance based on the Fiesta ST's enhancements.

Although the interior of the Ford Fiesta isn't as eccentric as, say, the Citroen C3, it combines soft-touch plastics and high-quality materials, so it feels well-built.

The Ford Fiesta's back seats are a tad cramped, but the front seats are fine. The five-door vehicle has better access even though three-door vehicles aren't the best for carrying passengers.

However, a VW Polo or SEAT Ibiza would be preferable if you need to transport passengers in the back. In comparison to these alternatives, the Ford Fiesta likewise has a smaller boot.