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Top 5 Things We Love About The Ford Fiesta Sport Van

Published on Tuesday 21 April 2020 in Van News

Top 5 Things We Love About The Ford Fiesta Sport Van

 

If you are looking for the perfect blend between van and car, you've found it in the Ford Fiesta Sport Van

This van offers a generous 0.96m3 of rear load space, with usefully placed tie-down points, plus includes a full load floor rubber mat, which means you can transport items without them moving whilst you drive.

 

 

It also has 2 engines to choose from: the 1.25 Duratec petrol or the 1.4 TDCi, both designed to keep running costs low. Look inside and you've got a centre console storage tray and a manually 4-way adjustable driver's seat – plus you've got Ecoselect, lane-keeping system, power assisted steering – all designed to assist you on those long commutes to work.

So, let's take a look at the top 5 best bits:

 

1) EcoBoost Engine

The excellent 1 litre petrol EcoBoost engine that is just so much fun to drive; it's smooth and powerful.

 

2) Sequential Indicators

Sequential indicators at the front of the vehicle, because well, who doesn't love a sequential indicator?

 

3) Heated Steering Wheel

The heated steering wheel, because you know heated seats are so 2008, although this vehicle does have them as well.

 

4) Rear Floor Mats

Rear floor mats, because Ford is so proud of this vehicles car roots that they've given you the floor mats for free... even though there are no back seats. We don't know why?!

 

5) Loading Bay

The excellent spacious loading bay is perfectly capable of carrying more than half a ton in weight (or comfortably fitting a van expert in). Plus it has amazing rubberised flooring!

 

 

If you want to know more about this leading small van, why not take a look at our in depth Ford Fiesta van review, or for top deals check out our latest van offers. If you enjoyed this post, you can find more news and insights in the Vanarama blog.

 

 

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