Ford Fiesta Van (2009–2013)

Model History

March 2009

New Ford Fiesta Van launched

Priced from £9,025 and on sale now the new Fiesta Van is designed for low running costs with fuel economy of up to 67.3mpg, insurance groups of 1E and 2E and a choice of engines and trim levels.

Available in three versions: Fiesta Van, the Fiesta van Trend and and Fiesta SportVan. The Trend series is ideal for image-conscious businesses who may be delivering small packages, transporting compact equipment such as meter reading tools or for site engineers who do not need a large capacity for tools.

It comes with a choice of engines: 1.25-litre 82PS Duratec petrol and a 1.4-litre 68PS Duratorq TDCi turbo diesel. The top-of-the-range 1.6-litre 90PS Duratorq TDCi is standard in the Fiesta SportVan. The petrol engine has combined economy of 49.6mpg and CO2 emissions of 133g/km. Both diesel engines have a combined fuel consumption of 67.3mpg and CO2 emissions of just 110g/km.

Payload ranges from 490kg to 515kg. Rear side windows are replaced by body-coloured solid panels, and rear passenger seats are removed to provide a load box area of 1,000 cubic litres, with a maximum useable load length of 1,296mm, as well as a maximum load box width of 1,278mm (1,000mm between wheel arches) and a height of up to 806mm. A half-height composite bulkhead and DIN-compliant tie-down hooks are standard.

October 2010

Fiesta Van Econetic introduced

The Fiesta Van Econetic has lowered suspension, low rolling resistance tyres and a specially calibrated Duratorq 1.6-litre TDCi for a low 98g/km CO2. The 95PS 1.6-litre Duratorq TDCi engine, combined with cDPF, delivers a combined fuel economy figure of 76.4mpg.

Special improvements have been made to aerodynamics: lowered ride height and details such as low-drag wheel deflectors improve Fiesta’s already streamlined drag co-efficient of Cd0.33.

March 2012

New high-tech developments have made Britain’s best-selling car and small van even cleaner with latest emissions dropping from 95g/km to 87g/km of CO2and combined fuel economy rising to 85.6mpg.

New features include auto-start-stop, revised gear ratios, regenerative charging and improved efficiency of the air conditioning, cooling fan and alternator. It also gets low rolling resistance tyres, an aero pack comprising undershield and wheel deflectors, variable flow oil pump and a gear shift indicator light.

December 2012

Fiesta Van replaced by new model

The thorough facelift applied to the car version of Fiesta is carried over to the Fiesta Van and constitutes a new model. Fiesta Van (2013-) is here.

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