Ford Fiesta 2005 Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Ford Fiesta 2005 reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Used Ford Fiesta review: 2004-2015
Ewan Kennedy road tests and reviews the first and second generation Ford Fiesta between 2004 and 2015 as a used buy.Read More
Used Ford Fiesta review: 2004-2013
Styling of the latest couple of generations of Ford Fiestas is bold and their stunning, almost futuristic, looks appeal to many, particularly those moving down from larger cars.The Ford Fiesta is ...Read More
Used Ford Fiesta WP review: 2004-2006
Ford took a long time to find a proper replacement for the Korean-built Festiva, but it finally struck gold in 2004 when it unearthed the European Fiesta.The Kia-built Festiva had been a winner for ...Read More
What are the advantages of trading in for a new car?
I CAN'T really give you a definitive answer because many factors can affect your decision. If you buy a new smaller car, the Fiesta, you have to be sure it will be big enough to transport your family. You will also suffer the depreciation that affects all new cars in the first year of ownership, but you will have the new-car smell and the coverage of the full warranty. If you buy a secondhand car you run the risk of having problems simply because it has been on the road for a time before you buy it. For me, the big advantage is you can get into something that is bigger and better equipped for the same money.