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Ford Fiesta is Europe’s No.1 Small Car – Again!

The Ford Fiesta was the No.1 selling small car in Europe in the first quarter of 2014 with 85,639 Fiestas sold.

“Ford Fiesta just keeps getting stronger. After two consecutive years as Europe’s best-selling small car, Fiesta sales for the first three months of 2014 have actually risen by 10 per cent year-over-year,” said Roelant de Waard, vice president, Marketing, Sales & Service, Ford of Europe. “Many customers are choosing high specification models equipped with the latest technology, including our in-car connectivity system Ford SYNC and award-winning 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine.”   

Of all Fiesta models sold so far this year:

  • 80 per cent were equipped with Ford SYNC voice-control connectivity system
  • 47 per cent were high specification Titanium models
  • 29 per cent were equipped with 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engines, the two-time International Engine of the Year


* According to latest available JATO Dynamics results which are based on information provided by JATO Consult, the company's bespoke consulting service.  Figures are based on 30 European countries. For more information please visit

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Ford of Europe

is responsible for producing, selling and servicing Ford brand vehicles in 50 individual

markets and employs approximately 47,000 employees at its wholly owned facilities and approximately

67,000 people when joint ventures and unconsolidated businesses are included. In addition to Ford Motor

Credit Company, Ford Europe operations include Ford Customer Service Division and 22 manufacturing

facilities (13 wholly owned or consolidated joint venture facilities and nine unconsolidated joint venture

facilities). The first Ford cars were shipped to Europe in 1903 – the same year Ford Motor Company was

founded. European production started in 1911.

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