Ford is known for its quick adaptability as per the needs and interest of its buyers/ consumers which leads us to review their supermini 2019 Ford Fiesta. The 2019 Fiesta FWD delivers an EPA gas mileage rating of 27 mpg in the city, 35 mpg on the highway and 30 mpg combined when paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. The 6-speed automatic transmission provides a little rise in the overall EPA estimation by an increase of 2 mpg on the highway and 1 mpg when combined. The premium ST model offers a swift powershift transmission that sheds an EPA fuel economy rating of 25 mpg in the city, 32 mpg on the highway and 28 mpg combined. On average, this mini yet fierce sedan can run upto 384 miles by consuming 3.2 gallons/ 100 miles of fuel on a fuel tank capacity of 12.4 gallons.
In comparison, the 2019 Fiesta runs its similarities and differences with the 2019 Honda Fit and 2019 Nissan Versa. The fuel economy of the Honda Fit is estimated to give gas mileage of 29 mpg in the city, 36 mpg on the highway and 31 mpg combined. It competes very well with Ford in terms of practicality and it can run up to 329 miles by consuming 3.2 gallons of fuel on a 10.6 gallons of total tank capacity. The 2019 Versa by Nissan follows with an EPA fuel economy rating of 27 mpg in the city, 36 mpg on the highway and 30 mpg combined. It can run upto 324 miles on 3.3 gallons/ 100 miles of fuel over a 10.8 gallons of fuel tank capacity.
The 2019 Ford Fiesta is a subcompact (a.k.a. supermini) car which is available in both sedan and hatchback drives. It is the youngest model for its generation manufactured by Ford and the most best-selling F-series worldwide. The 2019 Fiesta model comes in following trims: S, SE, ST-Line and ST. The base Fiesta S comes as a sedan with SYNC interface, a 4.3 inch-display, Bluetooth, rearview camera as the standard features. The SE model is available in both sedan and hatchback which is an upgrade on the base trim. The ST-Line is the hatchback only model for Fiesta including a 6.5 inch touch screen, Apple Carplay and Android Auto, Navigation System and larger alloy wheels. Lastly, the top-of-the-line Fiesta ST features turbocharged engines, sport-tuned suspension and cloth plus leather upholstery interiors.
As on December 2018, the base Fiesta S started at $14,260 MSRP. The SE hatch and SE sedan costed $15,790 and $15,490 MSRP respectively. The ST-Line hatch was marked at $17,625 MSRP and the premium ST hatch was priced $21,340 MSRP. Ford is still marketing its new Fiesta models in different versions in the UK which starts at £16,385 to £24,580 OTR. The models are no longer available in USA. So please make sure you compare these prices before purchase.
Specifications of Ford Fiesta
The Fiesta S, SE and ST-Line is powered with a 1.6L 4-cylinder engine that gives about 120-horsepower and 112 lb-ft of torque. It can either be paired with a manual or automatic transmission.The ST-Line is the performance-tuned vehicle as the top of the line gives 197-horsepower and 202 lb-ft of torque which has no option for an automatic transmission. The body is a choice between a sedan and hatchback with a total seat capacity of 5 passengers.
Fuel Economy in mpg (Regular Gasoline)
|ST Line Hatchback
|Vehicle Specification Items
|Cargo Capacity, all seats in place
|10.1 cu. ft.
|Heating & Capacity
|120 hp @ 6350 rpm
|112 lb-ft @ 5000 rpm
|Fuel Tank Capacity
Ford had definitely brought a piece of mastery in the form of Fiesta that acts well within a small body but fierceful with remarkable fuel economy. The 2019 Fiesta was estimated to give up to 25mpg/ 37mpg in city/highway. It was awarded 4/5 stars by the NHTSA and earned the highest rating of Good by the IIHS for its safety and driver-assistant features. This model was built with an available choice of colors like: Lightning Blue, Bohai Bay Mint, Hot Pepper Red, Ingot Silver and others. Moreover, you could take a Fiesta ride and enjoy the 3 years/ 36000 miles of base warranty.
This review on 2019 Ford Fiesta mpg, fuel economy or gas mileage along with specifications, features and rivals was submitted by Pratisara M. on June 2021.