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1.1 10 Clean Air Index
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6.6 10 Energy Efficiency Index
Laboratory TestsHCCONOxPN
0.09Cold test*
0.53Warm test#
0.33Eco Mode#
0.33Sport Mode#
0.09Highway#
Road test
2.67On-Road Drive*
Robustness
* Adapted regulatory test # Additional Green NCAP tests
  • n.a.
  • good
  • adequate
  • marginal
  • weak
  • poor

Comments

In this Euro 6b form, the Fiesta scores poorly in many of the tests. Particulate number is high and, in the high-load highway test, emissions of carbon monoxide and oxides of nitrogen are also poor.

Laboratory TestsEnergy Efficiency
8.410Cold test*
2.73Warm test*
2.63Eco Mode#
2.63Sport Mode#
6.210Highway#
ConsumptionFuel
Average consumption5.7l100km
Worst-case consumption6.8l100km
* Adapted regulatory test # Additional Green NCAP tests
  • n.a.
  • good
  • adequate
  • marginal
  • weak
  • poor

Comments

Energy efficiency is adequate in the laboratory tests except for the high-load highway test where efficiency is rated as marginal.

Greenhouse Gases**

CO2
Cold test*
Warm test#
Eco Mode#
Sport Mode#
Highway#
**For indication only. The assessment of greenhouse gases does not currently form part of the rating.

Specifications

  • Year of Publication 2019
  • VIN From Which Rating Applies VF0JXXGAHJHR6XXXX
  • Emissions Class Euro 6b
  • Mass 1296kg
  • Engine Size 998cc
  • Engine Power/Torque 74kW / 174Nm
  • Tyres 195/55 R16
  • Published CO2 97 g/km

Our verdict

Ford’s ever-popular supermini, the Fiesta, has been tested here with the 1.0 EcoBoost engine which complies with Euro 6 emissions levels when tested using the previous test method but not against the latest WLTC (Worldwide-harmonized Light-vehicle Test Cycle) of Euro 6d-temp. The engine has no particulate filter and struggles with high emissions of this pollutant in all of the lab tests. Very few points are scored in the cold, warm, eco and sports mode tests as a result of particulate emissions and, in the higher-load highway test, other pollutants are also significantly increased, leading to poor performance in the Clean Air Index. On the road, emissions values are similar to those measured in the lab and particulate emissions are actually slightly reduced. The car scores much better for Energy Efficiency, with adequate or marginal performance and an index value of 6.6. All in all, an efficient engine is let down by the lack of a particulate filter, leading to high emissions of this pollutant.