New 2006 Fiesta And Fusion Go On Sale Next Weekend With Special Previews

2006 Ford Fiesta and Fusion

The new Ford Fiesta and Fusion will arrive in showrooms next weekend (19, 20 November). Every Fiesta and Fusion in the Ford small car line-up has had a colour and style makeover for 2006. Britain's popular small cars are now available with "big-car" features including voice-controlled temperature, phone and audio systems.

Distinctive new exterior styling, fresh new interiors, vibrant new colours and an impressive list of new equipment are sure to keep the Fiesta and Fusion top of the sales charts.

The 2006 Fiesta and Fusion offer many features that are usually only available in larger cars including: rain-sensing wipers, automatic "home-safe" headlamps, air conditioning with automatic electronic temperature control, satellite navigation, trip computer, one-shot-down driver's power window, power/adjustable heated door mirrors that fold inwards and a MP3 connection socket for the integrated stereo systems.

Modern new seat fabrics and fascia colour combinations give the 2006 models a contemporary feel. With more than a dozen combinations on Fiesta alone, customers can create an original and distinctive new car.

Vibrant exterior colours for Fiesta and Fusion include "tango red", "amethyst", and "sublime". Each range also has a unique colour - "apple" for Fiesta and "Spanish olive" for Fusion.

New features at a glance

The new range of standard and optional "big-car" features are:

Published : 10/11/05 Author : Melanie Carter

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