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The Fiesta Ecoboost marks the smallest car Ford's tiny three-pot engine has been installed in. Logic suggests it should be good. Whatever the parlous state of Fords European balance sheet – a document best avoided by accountants of a nervous disposition – the flow of new cars wearing Blue Oval badges continues unabated. Next up, at the end of the year, comes a refreshed Fiesta, which gets far more than the usual mid-term spruce-up. The headline act is the introduction of Fords 1. 0-litre Ecoboost engine in 99 or 123bhp guise. This three-pot, direct-injection turbo engine has been cropping up all over the place since Ford slotted it into the Focus last year, and its destined to find a home in a lot more models yet. The Fiesta is the smallest and lightest car it has appeared in so far. With the more powerful of the two engines you have a power-to-weight ratio of almost 113bhp per tonne, which eclipses whats on offer in anything else in the Fiesta range – at least until the 180bhp ST arrives next spring.
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