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The Ford Fiesta Titanium is an excellent pick if you’re looking for a small car with lots of equipment that makes it easier to live with every day. While it does without a sporty body kit, the Titanium does get chrome trim on its exterior, eye-catching 16-inch alloy wheels, and bright LED daytime running lights. Useful equipment additions include power-folding mirrors, which won’t get smashed on tight streets and also have lights that illuminate the street around the car, so you can avoid stepping in puddles.
Once inside, you’ll find a premium stereo fitted with Bluetooth, auto headlights, cruise control, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, auto wipers, foot-well lights and climate control. In fact, the Titanium comes loaded with so much kit, it seems best to opt for the PowerShift automatic, which takes the strain out of city driving. Interior space is generous up front, with a driver seat that easily adjusts for a wide range of physiques. The backseat is definitely on the tight side even for this pint-sized segment. The Fiesta sedan has decent trunk space for it’s size. The Ford Fiesta Titanium proves choosing to drive a small car doesn’t mean you have to do without the extra kit of a large saloon.
The Ford Fiesta Titanium looks good from outside, while its folding electric door mirrors are useful on tight city streets. Those same mirrors illuminate the sides of the car to stop you treading on anything undesirable. Climate control means the interior will always be the right temperature. The 1.5-litre engine is very economical around town. It has a sporty feel thanks to the 16 inch alloys and tweaked suspension which makes it very engaging and rewarding to drive. An all round good city car that can also hold it’s own on the highway. Why not come and try it out at Expat Car Rent.