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Ford Fiesta is a Subcompact That Doesn’t Make Any Sacrifices

Posted at Fri, May 13, 2016 3:45 PM

May 13, 2016

If you are shopping for a new car at an affordable price point but don’t want to sacrifice style and fun, then Rusty Eck Ford has just what you are looking for. The 2016 Ford Fiesta is here to save you from boring.

The Ford Fiesta at your local Wichita Ford lives up to its festive name and has a knack for being the life of the party with its bright colors and striking exterior style. It’s clearly the subcompact car with big upside that belies its size.

In fact, a 2016 Ford Fiesta sedan is like a race car for the fuel efficient and budget-conscious crowd. This little firecracker actually draws its inspiration from race cars with racing-style seats and a 120-horsepower engine uncharacteristic of a subcompact.

In addition to it unique style, a 2016 Ford Fiesta is completely customizable with features like side accents, licensed wraps and professional graphics that will truly make it an extension of your personality on the streets.

Ah, but don’t worry, the Fiesta is not all fun and games. It’s pretty serious when it comes to performance. It handles as smooth as silk on the roads and around curves.

Oh, and its serious about saving, too. From its super-low starting price of just $14,090 for a Fiesta S sedan to its fantastic fuel efficiency of up to 36 miles per gallon on the highway from the automatic transmission — this little car loves to save you big money.

Speaking of saving … the 2016 Fiesta from your Wichita Ford dealer is quite responsible. In fact, you might even could call it the protective type because it features a safety cage reinforced with steel and seven standard airbags to protect you from all directions.

So what are you waiting for? Visit Rusty Eck Ford in Wichita today and take the festive Fiesta for a spin around the block and make a big statement with this little car.

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