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You can find 94 different trims for the Ford Fiesta and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 1983 through to 2022 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
The Fiesta first made its debut back in 19876 . Ever since then, it has remained a staple of the Ford family.
Despite being a staple, it was announced that the beloved supermini would be discontinued in 2023. Ford cited the ever-increasing popularity of the crossover and SUV class as the downfall of the FIesta.
This meant that only seven generations would ever be released. The latest of these Fiesta models came in 2017.
The model was hugely loved in its time, often earning very high praise. However, this obviously was not enough to fight off the changing of the times. There have been a number of very notable awards like the Car of the Year for multiple classes. The ST version also happened to win multiple awards.
The ST trim level is one of the main reasons that the Fiesta found so much success. Other trim levels included the S, SE, SE Hatch, ST-Line. Depending on the region, these were also called the Trend, Titanium, Titanium X, Active, Active X, and of course the ST and ST-Line X.
In terms of the Ford family, it sits between the smaller Figo and the larger Focus.
Powertrains have consisted mainly of smaller engines, ranging typically between a 1.0 L inline-3 through to the 2.0 L inline-4 found in the high-performance ST model. There has also typically been a mid-sized diesel offering for each generation.
To offer exciting driving, the Fiesta has prided itself on offering manual gearboxes in 5-speed and 6-speed. There have also been various automatics offered.