- Good spread of equipment across range
- Base-spec Style a little parsimonious
- Zetec will be most popular, Titanium good value
Even from launch in 2017 there were a total of nine trim levels on offer: Style, Zetec, B&O Play Zetec, Titanium, Titanium X, B&O Play Titanium, ST-Line, ST-Line X and Vignale.
On top of that there are a number of optional extras on board to allow you to further customise your Fiesta.
You’ve also got a choice of blue or red paint as standard, with a further 10 colour options available at extra cost.
Standard Ford Fiesta equipment
At the bottom of the range, Style doesn’t net you a massive amount of kit:
- 15-inch steel wheels with hubcaps
- Halogen headlights
- Electrically operated heated door mirrors
- AM/FM radio with 4.2-inch screen
- Manual air-conditioning
- Automatic headlights
- Lane-keeping technology
Progressing to Zetec, which we’re expecting to be most popular, adds:
- 15-inch alloy wheels
- Chrome exterior detailing
- Day-running lights
- Quickclear heated windscreen
- Leather-trimmed steering wheel
- Ford SYNC 3 with DAB radio, 6.5-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
The jump to B&O Play Zetec Series adds the option of two exclusive body colours – Bohal Bay Mint or Chrome Copper with corresponding interior finishing – along with the uprated B&O Play speaker system and a larger 8.0-inch touchscreen.
Next up is Titanium, which builds on Zetec by adding:
- 16-inch alloy wheels
- Power folding door mirrors with puddle lights
- Tinted rear windows
- Cruise control
- Automatic high-beam headlights and windscreen wipers
- Automatic climate control
- Traffic sign recognition
- Driver fatigue detection system
On top of all that, Titanium X nets you the B&O Play audio system, rear-view camera, heated front seats and steering wheel, part-leather upholstery, keyless entry and ignition, and electric rear windows for five-door models.
The B&O Play Titanium Series simply adds the same colour choices as the B&O Play Zetec above, including the 8.0-inch touchscreen.
The sportier option is ST-Line, which takes Zetec and adds:
- 17-inch alloy wheels
- Sports suspension
- ST-Line bodykit
- Ford Power start button
- Sports pedals
You can then upgrade this to ST-Line X trim, including LED rear lights, tinted rear windows, part-leather seats, cruise control, automatic lights and wipers, climate control, traffic sign recognition and the driver fatigue system.
Finally, at the luxurious top end of the Fiesta line-up is Vignale, which includes:
- 17-inch alloy wheels
- Unique Vignale grille
- Openable panoramic sunroof
- Leather upholstery
- Heated front seats and steering wheel
- Rear parking camera
Ford Fiesta: optional extras and accessories
You’re able to personalise the Fiesta will a wide range of options. Most of the kit listed above can be fitted to lesser grades, while key upgrades include:
- Door edge protectors
- Front and rear parking sensors
- Automatic parking systems
- Adjustable boot floor
- Five contrasting colours for the roof and door mirrors
There are also dealer-fit options such as towbars, roof boxes, Isofix child seats and first aid kits.
The basic equipment list includes equipment that is standard across all versions of the Ford Fiesta Hatchback.
Equipment by trim level
To view equipment options for a specific trim level, please select from the following list:
|Equipment included on some trim levels|
Standard Trim equipment
|Standard Trim standard equipment|
|Standard Trim optional equipment|
|ST-Line standard equipment|
|ST-Line optional equipment|
ST-Line X equipment
|ST-Line X standard equipment|
|ST-Line X optional equipment|
|Style standard equipment|
|Style optional equipment|
|Titanium standard equipment|
|Titanium optional equipment|
Titanium B+O Play equipment
|Titanium B+O Play standard equipment|
|Titanium B+O Play optional equipment|
Titanium X equipment
|Titanium X standard equipment|
|Titanium X optional equipment|
|Zetec standard equipment|
|Zetec optional equipment|
Zetec B+O Play equipment
|Zetec B+O Play standard equipment|
|Zetec B+O Play optional equipment|
The Ford Fiesta was crash-tested by the safety experts at Euro NCAP in 2017 resulting in a solid five-star rating, with impressive adult and child occupant scores.
Standard Ford Fiesta Safety kit
Base-spec Style cars get lane-keeping assist, a speed limiter, a rear seatbelt reminder and automatic headlamps, which form what Ford tellingly titles the ‘NCAP pack’. You also get a tyre-pressure monitoring system and a tyre repair kit - but no spare wheel – and six airbags including a pair of curtain ones. The bodyshell itself is also far stronger thanks to use of more advanced metals.
Step up to Zetec and you’ll enjoy a heated windscreen that clears quickly in cold conditions, Sync 3 multimedia with emergency assistance that calls the authorities if you’ve had a crash, and LED headlights.
Key optional Ford Fiesta safety equipment
The important safety kit you may want to specify optionally includes most of the above, along with automatic parking systems, blindspot warning, adaptive cruise control, autonomous emergency braking and forward collision warning.
- Small car so easy to park
- Decent space up front inside
- Avoid panoramic sunroof
We found it possible to seat a six-foot adult behind one of identical dimensions relatively successfully in the Fiesta with adequate headroom without the panoramic sunroof.
However, there aren’t any rear cupholders and storage is fairly thin on the ground. Up front there feels like there’s far more space.
And if that opening glass sunroof is installed, expect severe penalties in headroom for anyone in the car – especially rear seat occupants, who won’t want to be there for long if they’re anything approaching six feet tall for fear of serious neck problems.
With a relatively small footprint the Fiesta is still easy to park in a normal-sized space. Moving up to the higher trim levels nets you acoustic parking sensors and even an automatic parking system should this be a concern.
The Fiesta’s boot isn’t a bad size. It’s almost identical to the Clio’s, but we have to mark it down on the high loading lip. You have to reach up and over this to load heavier items, which could prove problematic for some.
That said, the opening itself is of a decent size and you can fold the rear seats away to liberate far more room if needs be.
How does the boot space compare?
Check the table below to see how the Ford Fiesta Hatchback compares to other similar cars in terms of available boot space.
|Skoda Fabia Hatchback||322 litres|
|Renault Clio Hatchback||300 litres|
|Ford Fiesta Hatchback||292 litres|
|Vauxhall Corsa Hatchback||280 litres|