The 2011 Ford Fiesta is one of the quietest vehicles in the compact car class. The Ford Fiesta engines are extremely smooth, and there is only a hint of wind noise on the side of the car at 70 mph. As for road and suspension noise, they are so good that you mentioned could swear you were in a much larger car.
Effectively there are two types of 2011 Ford Fiesta – a standard set-up with more compliant suspension and speed-sensitive steering, and the firmer set-up on the Zetec S, which has consistently weighty steering. Both set-ups are great, but we prefer the standard car. The New 2011 Ford Fiesta‘s suspension is soft enough to smooth out lumpy road – can even the worst bumps in the city do nothing to upset it – but the car is more agile and wonderfully.
2011 Ford Fiesta Features picture
Petrol buyers can choose from 59bhp and 80bhp 1.25-liter units, a 95bhp 1.4 and a 118bhp 1.6, while the diesel line-up consists of a 67bhp 1.4 and a 94bhp 1.6, which in Standard and ultra-efficient Econetic form. The powerful engines is 1.25 our pick – it is pokey enough and cheap. The optional four-speed automatic transmission (available with the 1.4 petrol engine) hampered acceleration.