27/35  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
8.7  Sec.
0-60 MPH
14.9  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Ford Fiesta?

The 2018 Ford Fiesta has been altered both on the inside and outside of the vehicle. The exterior has been widened to make it ride a bit lower to the ground compared to earlier models. Lowering the body has also allowed designers to make it look sleeker with a slightly sportier appearance. The interior has seen significant upgrades to the center console including the introduction of a touchscreen that allows a person to control the radio, volume and other features in one convenient location. There is also more legroom in the back of the vehicle in addition to more storage capacity in the rear hatch.

2018 Ford Fiesta

Trims & Features

In 2018, drivers can choose from the S, SE and ST trim levels. There is also a Fiesta Titanium, and all four varieties come in a both hatchback and sedan form. The S comes with a rear view camera as well as the Sync entertainment system. The Fiesta SE comes with Sync 3, which allows drivers to communicate with the vehicle in a seamless manner. There is also an optional keyless entry system that allows a person to enter the vehicle by typing a code into the keypad. Those who opt for the Titanium will have the ability to start their car with the push of a button, and they will also have HD radio standard in their vehicle. The ST is the priciest version of the 2018 Fiesta, and it comes with FordPass, which allows drivers to reserve or pay for parking in advance. FordPass also provides drivers with updated information about the health of their vehicle, which makes it easier to maintain. The interior features racing seats and pedals that are designed to look like those inside of a racing vehicle. Sirius XM comes standard, and it is possible to upgrade to leather seats instead of cloth.

2018 Ford Fiesta Sedan


All trims come with a 1.6L Ti-VCT I-4 Engine, and the Fiesta S comes with a manual transmission standard. In other trims except for the ST, the SelectShift automatic transmission comes standard, and this is an optional upgrade for the S trim. Those who choose the ST get a six-speed manual transmission standard with the option to switch to an automatic transmission. The S, SE and Titanium have 120 horses powering the engine while the ST has 197 horses under the hood.


2018 Ford Fiesta SafetyAll Fiesta trims come with anti-lock brakes, stability control and rear locks to prevent children from opening the door. There is also an emergency trunk release that makes it easier to help a person or animal trapped inside get out safely. Intrusion systems and perimeter alarms help to keep those who aren't supposed to be in your vehicle out. Tire pressure and battery monitors make sure that you don't get stranded because your car won't start or because the tire isn't properly inflated. The MyKey system allows vehicle owners to set limits for others who may use the car. This may make it possible to limit how fast a teen can drive or whether he or she can use a phone while the car is moving. After going through NHTSA testing, the Fiesta received four stars in both rollover and frontal crash results. This means that you or anyone else in the vehicle may have a greater chance of surviving these types of crashes compared to other vehicles.

To learn more about the Fiesta or to schedule a test drive, please visit or call Surprise Ford to schedule an appointment.

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