Motor Market Limited

Ford Fiesta
ZETEC




Ford Fiesta
1.4L ZETEC

£3,495


Key Vehicle Information


  • Odometer 81,000 Miles
  • Fuel Type Petrol
  • Transmission Manual
  • fuel economy 49.6 MPG
  • Road Tax £79.75 / £145
  • Year 2009 (59)
  • Body Hatchback
  • Engine Size 1.4L
  • Colour
  • Doors 3



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Vehicle Features

  •  Air Conditioning
  •  Anti-Lock Brakes
  •  Alloy Wheels
  •  Central Locking
  •  CD Player
  •  Electric Windows
  •  Power Assisted Steering
  •  Low Rate Finance
  •  MP3
  •  Multiple Airbags
  •  Steering Wheel Controls
  •  Traction Control

About this Vehicle

This vehicle will be provided with - PASSED AA MECHANICAL INSPECTION REPORT - 12 MONTHS MOT - 3 MONTHS WARRANTY - FREE HPI REPORT - FREE 12 MONTHS AA RECOVERY - FREE 30 DAYS GAP INSURANCE. (Extended Upgrades Available). Low Rate Finance Available. (Subject to Status). Existing Finance Settled. Part Exchange and Test Drives Welcome - Please just ask!


Finance Options

Specification

Cost and Efficiency

Urban 37.7 mpg

Extra Urban 61.4 mpg

Combined 49.6 mpg

E

Co2 Emissions 133g/km

Tax (6/12mo) £79.75 / £145
Euro Status E4
Insurance Group (1 - 50) E8
Security T2
Engine and Performance

0 - 62mph 12s

Top Speed 109mph

Max Power 95bhp

Max Power at 5750rpm

Max Torque 94lb-ft

Max Torque at 4200rpm
Engine Size 1.4L
Aspiration NATURALLY ASPIRATED
Valve Gear DOHC
Cylinders 4
Cyl. ARR IN LINE
Drive FRONT
Gears 5
Weights and Measures
  • Dimensions

    1103kg
    ht. 1481
    Width 1973
    Length 3950
  • Max Gross Weight
  • Towing Weight (Braked) 800kg
  • Towing Weight (Unbraked) 520kg
  • Seats 5
Safety (NCAP)
  • Adult 5
  • Child 4
  • Pedestrian 3
  • Safety Assist
  • Overall

Note: These figures show the typical specification for this vehicle, actual figures may vary.
Disclaimer: Please note, the vehicles registered on/after April 1st 2017 and with an original retail price of £40,000 and over will incur an additional tax charge of £310 per year from the second year for 5 years. After 5 years the RFL will revert back to the normal rate.

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