The lowdown on Ford’s new frugal Fiesta Van

The newly facelifted Fiesta Van which was available to order from January has been released amidst claims of class-leading efficiency. All of the diesel engines produced by Ford deliver less than 100g/km of CO2 emissions and produce an enviable fuel economy of more than 76.4mpg.

The new van, which derives from Ford’s successful and ubiquitous Fiesta car, offers customers the choice between the new Dagenham-built 75hp, 1.5-litre Duratorq TDCi diesel or the Econetic version of the van, which has a 1.6-litre Duratorq and delivers 95hp along with fuel consumption of 85.6mpg and a CO2 output of 87g/km.

For those who prefer their vehicles to run on petrol then the 1.25-litre Duratec petrol unit, developed at the Ford plant in Bridgend, produces 82hp, whilst still offering a fuel efficient option when compared with other vans in this class.

Much of Ford’s marketing of the Fiesta Van has focused on the versatility and dependability of the facelifted Ford, along with the exceptionally low running costs and environmental impact, particularly associated with the Econetic model.

The interior of the Fiesta Van has also gone through some developments, with the addition of a new centre-console and arm rests as well as improved displays and better quality plastics throughout.

In terms of space, the Fiesta Van has 1.0m3 available cargo space which comes equipped with a steel bulkhead and four tie-down hooks to secure loads. In total the length available measures 1.3 metres, with a payload ranging from 485kg to 508kg.

Prices excluding VAT and delivery charges range from £10,980 for the Base 1.25 petrol to £13,470 for the Sport 1.6TDCi.

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