Is a 2012 Ford Fiesta a hatchback?

Is a 2012 Ford Fiesta a hatchback?

2012 Ford Fiesta models The 2012 Ford Fiesta comes with four doors in both sedan and hatchback form. There are three trim levels for the sedan (S, SE and SEL) and two trims for the hatchback (SE and SES).

How many miles will a 2012 Ford Fiesta last?

With adequate maintenance and conscientious use, a Ford Fiesta can push 200,000 miles before falling apart. However, most people rarely use the car past 150,000 miles before changing it.

How long can a 2012 Ford Fiesta last?

Chances are your Ford Fiesta will last for 150,000 miles if you maintain it regularly. Likewise, Honda Jazz cars often last for 150,000 miles when their owners take proper care of them.

What kind of car is a 2012 Ford Fiesta?

The 2012 Ford Fiesta has competitive pricing, great fuel economy and an upscale cabin, but those attributes don’t trump its unrefined transmission, lack of cargo space and frustrating multimedia system. The Fiesta is again available in hatchback and sedan body styles for 2012; we tested a hatchback model in a midlevel SE trim.

Is the Ford Fiesta the best subcompact for the money?

It is the winner of our 2012 Best Subcompact Cars for the Money award and the winner of our 2012 Best Hatchback for the Money award. Currently the Ford Fiesta has a score of 8.1 out of 10, which is based on our evaluation of 45 pieces of research and data elements using various sources.

How much does a 2012 Ford Fiesta SES hatch cost?

The Hatch, which isn’t available in base “S” trim, starts under $16,000. Skipping dealer-installed accessories like exterior graphics and remote start, a fully loaded 2012 Fiesta SES Hatch (leather, moonroof, auto, and all the other goodies) tops out north of $21,000.

What is the difference between the Ford Fiesta and hatchback?

The Fit and Versa hatchbacks easily trump the Fiesta, with 57.3 and 50.4 cubic feet, respectively. The Fiesta is smaller than the competition, but it’s also cheaper. Hatchback versions start at $14,895 (all prices include destination charges). The Versa hatch starts at $15,450, and the Fit tops the list at $16,115.