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About the Fiesta
Entering the supermini market in the mid-1970s, the Ford Fiesta was originally signed off by the son of company founder Henry Ford.
The car was designed to take on the Mini model from BMC that was exploding in popularity thanks to an oil crisis pushing up the price of oil by 400% over 3 years at the start of the decade.
Since then the Fiesta has evolved through seven generations of design as well as countless trims and body styles to keep up with trends.
Although the car has increased in weight since its original model the engine performance has grown quicker to ensure even the base models are nippy.
Weight gains are mainly down to the increase in features included in the car including safety and comfort.
Safety ratings have been of utmost importance in recent years as small families flock to the Fiesta for its low cost in buying the car as well as running it.
Those who wish for a slightly larger family car typically look at the slightly larger Focus model from the same American automobile manufacturer.
Sport trims such as the XR2i and ST have pulled in sales from those wanting sports-car-like performance on a small budget.
In the late 1990s, the American automaker launched the Puma model, a sports coupe built on the same platform as the Fiesta.
This was retired after less than 10 years but was brought back in 2019 as a crossover model that was once again built using the Fiesta chassis.