End of Production for Ford Fiesta

Posted on

Ford Fiesta production ended after 47 years. Around 4.8m of these cars were sold in Britain, and it is still the most-registered car in the UK today. After seven generations, it is expected to be replaced by an electric crossover-type vehicle sporting a different name. But, as seen on other recent new models, the Fiesta name may return in the future. Over the years, the Fiesta has been manufactured in the UK, Spain, South America, Mexico, Asia, and South Africa before European production switched to Germany. As we head towards the ban on new petrol and diesel vehicles, Ford believes smaller, hybrid SUVs will become drivers’ preferred option. In a statement, Ford said, “At Ford in Europe, we are accelerating our efforts to go all-in on electrification, with our passenger vehicles being fully electric by 2030 – and all vehicles across our Ford portfolio by 2035.”

This image from 1994 shows a Mark 3 Fiesta on our Twintec Mk 5 2.5t 2-post lift. You can contact us today to learn more about Tecalemit’s full range of vehicle lifting equipment. Tel: 01752 219111 Email: [email protected]