The new Ford Fiesta is a beautiful car. It has the new Microsoft Sync built-in, so that you can connect your phone with Bluetooth to receive and make calls. The system is able to dial numbers with your phone through voice activation. There is also a number pad on the dash that can be used to dial numbers as well.
I am averaging about 28.7 MPG in the city where I live, but Ford says it can get up to about 39 on the highway. They also told me that some people have reported averaging around 43 MPG, but it is dependent on how you drive.
The seats are very comfortable, and the interior is surprisingly spacious for such a small car. From the outside, the trunk also looks very small, but when it is open, you can see that the trunk is actually very deep and spacious as well.
The car is slightly jerky when I push on the gas sometimes (not often), but I attribute this to still not being fully accustomed to the new engine compared to my old car (which had transmission slip).
The dashboard and steering wheel are accented with red lighting (may or may not vary with other Fiestas) that looks very sharp.
At $3.15 per gallon of gas, it only takes about $30 to fill it up, and lasts about 2.5 weeks. My old car cost about $45 to fill and only lasted about 1.75 weeks.