Driving a car is supposedly a privilege that serves as a welcome as we enter adulthood. Yet, with the current traffic situation that we are having recently, it has become more of a chore that everyone tries to avoid.
The Ford Fiesta Hatchback Sport+ PS brings back the excitement to your daily driving, bad traffic notwithstanding. Propelled by the award-winning Ecoboost engine, it offers uncompromised performance with remarkable fuel efficiency. Its three-cylinder, 999cc turbocharged power plant produces 125 hp @ 6000 rpm and 170 Nm @ 1400-4500 rpm on tap while still frugally sips fuel when stuck in a gridlock. Matted to a six-speed PowerShift transmission, you get the convenience of an automatic and still enjoy the sportiness of a manual via the dual clutch technology. It is even designed to be maintenance-free throughout the service life of the car.
The Fiesta Hatchback Sport+ PS is equipped with an Electronic Stability Function which uses other available safety features like Anti-lock Brake System and Traction Control to keep you on track during sudden maneuvers. Plus, the Electronic Power Assist Steering automatically adjusts the weight of the steering wheel according to road conditions and strong winds. The Fiesta’s chassis is reinforced with boron steel, which four times stronger than conventional high-tensile steel. Also, it comes with driver and passenger airbags together with front and back side curtains for the protection of all occupants. Back-up sensors help keep the Fiesta’s beautifully sculpted rear end scratch-free.
Ford’s SYNC Technology allows you to communicate with your car, literally. It enables the driver to play music from various sources and make a phone call using voice commands. You can even have text messages read out to you while keeping your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road. Indeed, such amenities make traffic more tolerable and will put anyone in a festive mood.
The Ford Fiesta Hatchback Sport+ PS has an SRP of P 905, 000
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