About Ford Fiesta
Ford Motor Company has created a wide variety of quality cars that are well loved by many people all over the world, including Ford Fiesta. Since its launch in 1976, the Fiesta has sold more than twelve million units. The Ford Fiesta subcompact cars are being manufactured in different countries such as the United States, Brazil, Argentina, China, Venezuela, Mexico, India, Thailand, and countries in South Africa and Europe. The Fiesta, particularly the Mark I model, was discontinued when 1980 came to a close but by 2010 Ford once again made available its Fiesta Mark model with the release of Mark VI model, the sixth generation Ford Fiesta. There are still many fifth generation Ford Fiesta cars available and you can buy one online. The fifth generation cars are the first Fiesta cars that feature passenger airbags and anti-lock braking system. If you fancy the Mark IV or fourth generation Fiesta, you can start searching online. The car became the best-selling car in the U.K. from 1996 to 1998. The model boasts of its revised parts from the third model including a new suspension system for superior handling abilities. The varieties of Mark IV produced in 1999 and 2000 were with new bumpers and wheel designs. The boxy Fiesta Mark III cars, on the other hand, are still widely available used cars because the model had the longest production life compared to all Fiesta models to date. The third generation Fiesta can be distinguished from its predecessor by the availability of a five-door derivative, the main weakness of the second-generation model. From the first generation to the latest Ford Fiesta model, there are still buyers who are willing to pay good money on a Fiesta car.