Fast Cars: 2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0L EcoBoost Turbo 0-30 MPH First Drive Review

Fast Cars: 2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0L EcoBoost Turbo 0-30 MPH First Drive Review

Awesome fast car review: 2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0L EcoBoost Turbo 0-30 MPH First Drive Review



( ) The 2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0L EcoBoost is a small but mighty little car…at least that what Ford says. The Fiesta’s 3 cylinder 1.0L turbo-charged ecoboost engine is certainly small, but is it mighty? In another accurate, fun and informative TFLcar review Roman drives and reviews the 2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0L Turbo.

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48 Replies to “Fast Cars: 2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0L EcoBoost Turbo 0-30 MPH First Drive Review”

  1. Jesus plz stop complaining about the fit and finish on an entry level econocar. The ppl that buy these DONT GIVE A SHIT about the softness of the damn plastic on the doors or dash. You guys make me sick with that. It's not a $60,000 Audi. Just a friendly reminder. Incase you forgot.

  2. Manual gears is the only way to drive , get your car driving on some good old English roads and you will see why manual is the only way to drive.

  3. It's insane how much power we've been able to get out of the internal combustion engine in just the last 20 or so years.  My 93 Ford Explorer had a 4.0 v6 that cranked out 165 horsepower.  This little engine is rated at 123 horsepower and only a quarter of the displacement.  Lol.

  4. Wow im suprised the turbo isnt made out of plastic. I mean stupid manfactures managed to make just about everything else under the hood out of plastic why not the turbo. Fuck make a plastic exhaust manifold and exhaust system while there at it. I mean there are plastic timing gears now.

  5. This is the most boring, drawn out, non-informational infomercial I have ever seen. Total waste of time. Why don't they just tell you what they have ot say instead of all the BS. I still don't know if this engine is peppy or just efficient.

  6. only good thing its mileage the rest of the car Really Sucks! 1.0 turbo bullshit crappy car and ugly as shit Id prefer an hybrid or electric before this if its all about mileage or Co2 emissions…

  7. We use this car at work, and it is actually very fun to drive.  (1.5L with Auto, but still fun) very peppy, and great handling.  I am guessing the Mazda 2 had some influence that's why it was amazing.  Visibility is also excellent, would recommend this over the Micra, but the Honda Fit is tops.  

  8. this compact is a joke, 2500 plus pounds of curb weight in a 1.0 liter turbo 3cylinder.  plus its ugly.  slow and still not efficient.  No thank you i will stick to my sports car with a curb weight of 1500 lbs reprogrammed computer and zero emissions restrictions with 50mpgs.  BTW the festivas  got better mpgs in the early 90s

  9. Haha this is so bias it's unbelievable, they should rename it to Ford Fiesta 1.0L EcoBoost Advert. I feel the EcoBoost is a bit of a gimmick, yeah it's good for old and boring people and people who just want a car to get to AtoB in cheaply, but if you want something that's got a bit more go, then go for the 1.6 TDi, I dunno if you can get them in America or not but 0-30 is alot quicker, and with the more torque its alot easier to drive in traffic and returns similar mileage if you drive sensible. Also, he says it's spacious? I learnt to drive in a Fiesta, I'm 6'1 and with the seat set for me to drive I could get my school bag into the foot well behind, yet in my girlfriends Mazda 2 I can get it behind the seat easy. The Fiesta is a great car to be fair, I just wouldn't go for a petrol unless I was getting the ST.    

  10. I had an original 93 Festiva which I had for 10 years and 160,000 miles with no problems. 1.3 BASIC engine, no turbo problems as it was non turbo, gas mileage was FAR better than this one, close to 40 city and 44 highway– only 65 hp but I didn't buy it then to drag race, just wondering why Ford cant build that again, it was supposedly a Mazda engine and Ford only imported it, regardless I truly miss that car, 5 speed and NO power steering meant you could feel the road 

  11. 45MPG? I just read somewhere that it's rated at 43MPG. The new Honda Fit's 1.5L 4cyl 130hp is rated 41MPG. So if it's truly only 43MPG I'm really not impressed. Also, $17k for a subcompact with a manual trans and plastic wheel covers seems outrageous when you look at what $17k gets you from the competitors.

  12. Wow. Finally the Americans are waking up and realising that their cars need to become more economical with smaller engines.

    Well done Ford for taking the Ecoboost there!

  13. I'm so glad we don't get the ugly bloated saloon version of the Fiesta over here. Last time i actually saw one was the previous generation in Bahrain and it looked even worse in "The Flesh", I know, hard to beleive !!!
    Where this car works best is in 3 door hatch format, more fun, funky and frugal, especially with the Start-Stop option !!! 
    Only pity is we don't get the option of that green paint job in the UK either, just checked the Ford Website, shame on you Ford !!!

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