New Fiesta's Moment Of Truth
Throw a stone in the air in any British street and, chances are, it'll land on a Ford Fiesta. Over the past 25 years, it has become the supermini of choice for millions of UK motorists. As with pantos at Christmas and soggy Bank Holiday weekends, it's part of our national heritage.
But while it has outsold all its challengers – even in the mid-Eighties when it was a real duffer – the current car is too small, impractical and long in the tooth to compete head-to-head with its more contemporary rivals.
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