Last post on Dec 05, 2013 at 3:55 PM
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Ford Fiesta, Hatchback, Sedan
#632 of 650 Re: 5 speed manual V/S Auto [iamz]
Jan 11, 2012 (2:18 pm)
Wow that's a big difference. My 5 speed manual is at 3000 at the speedometer's 70MPH. I am getting 38 MPG this tank so I bet the auto trans can get in the 40s
#633 of 650 Re: 3 months, still very happy! [alltorque]
Jan 11, 2012 (2:20 pm)
Or how about fill up with 50 miles left in the tank. I would be a nervous wreck if I took it down to 20 miles left.
#634 of 650 Re: All weather floor mats [hackattack5]
Feb 04, 2012 (7:18 pm)
You can find them cheaper. Google this (in quotations)
"OEM and Ford Racing parts-employee pricing"
Feb 27, 2012 (2:01 pm)
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#636 of 650 Another press request
by Karen@Edmunds HOST
Mar 06, 2012 (10:43 am)
A reporter is looking to hear from a driver of a Ford Focus, Ford Fiesta, Chevy Cruze or Chevy Sonic who previously drove a compact from a Japanese automaker, such as the Toyota Corolla or Honda Civic. If you currently drive a Focus, Fiesta, Cruze or Sonic, and are willing to share your story with a reporter, please email PRedmunds.com no later than the end of business Tuesday, March 6, 2012 with your daytime contact information.
#639 of 650 Intelligent Access Key
Oct 08, 2013 (1:20 am)
I have a 2013 Fiesta Titanium with an Intelligent Access Key. The Fiesta Quick Reference guide (on page 10 under the heading "Intelligent Access Key") says "To unlock the driver's door, pull the front exterior door handle." I pull the door handle and the door doesn't open. If I push the sensor button on the handle ALL the doors unlock. (I read the entire manual also. Unlocking the doors is references in two places in the Owner's Manual.) I've talked to the dealer, I've talked to the Customer Service representative at Ford. They both say that my car is working correctly and that I have to touch the sensor to unlock the door. Is the guide wrong? It would be very convenient to be able to pull on the handle to open the door without trying to find the very tiny sensor in the dark. I'd love to hear from anyone else that has this model to see if they have the same problem that I have with the door.
#640 of 650 Re: Intelligent Access Key [ronastoo]
Oct 08, 2013 (8:17 am)
Yep, you have to push the little button (sensor?) to unlock. I'm encouraged to hear that your driver door unlocks all doors. My 2011 does not, and it is downright infuriating, especially since there is only one door lock switch inside the car (in the center of the dash, of all places)! Funny enough, unlocking from the passenger side unlocks all doors. /facepalm
#641 of 650 Re: Intelligent Access Key [xwesx]
Oct 30, 2013 (5:41 am)
I have a 2012, and you do have to push the button for access. However the owners manual (page 139 under "Unlocking the doors/two-stage unlock" describes to set all doors unlock or drivers first, then all others. I haven't checked, but it would make sense to me that if you went with the fob to the passenger door all doors would unlock