2014 Ford Fiesta Breaks 40 MPG Barrier

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There are plenty of cars in the subcompact class with good fuel economy, but only one is EPA rated at 41 mpg. The 2014 Ford Fiesta SE with the new Super Fuel Economy Package delivers 30 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway. 

The package includes the regular SE's 1.6-liter four-cylinder and six-speed dual-clutch automated manual transmission, but adds an aerodynamic kit with a rear spoiler, side air deflectors, underbody shields and lower grille blockers. Low-rolling-resistance tires and cruise control complete the package.

Regular SE models are EPA rated at 29/39 mpg city/highway with the automatic, and 27/38 with the manual. Competitors like the 2013 Honda Fit (28/35 mpg) and 2013 Hyundai Accent (28/37 mpg) fall short of the Fiesta's fuel economy. Chevrolet's 2013 Sonic, however, comes close with an EPA rating of 29/40 with a six-speed manual transmission.

The updated-for-2014 Ford Fiesta goes on sale soon. Ford communications spokesman Dan Mazei told Cars.com that the SFE Package is $95 more than the regular SE, for a total of $17,435, including a $795 destination fee.

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Comments 

Thats crazy talk getting 41 mpg on the hwy but good to see where getting better milage finally

Brandon

I love the style of this car. I want one.

Mike

Interesting that their high mpg model doesn't use the 'eco'boost tiny 3 cylinder engine. What's the mpg on that one? Ecoboost is a sham. Lots of owner, sure but high mpg? Give me a break

jim

so ive been getting better than 40 mpg for years driving a jetta tdi

Steve

Good job Ford for not turbo charging this one. I wish the turbo craze could slow down a little. Obviously, good fuel economy can be had with N/A engines too. Think Toyota and Honda for example.

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