The Fiesta Van. Compact and capable.

The Ford Fiesta Van is a seamless blend of eye-catching design, smart technology and useful versatility. This practical small van has a generous rear load space of 0.96 cubic meters while a mesh bulkhead and four useful tie-down points let you transport cargo securely. Now available with a new EcoBoost Mild Hybrid engine to help to make your business more efficient than ever. Performance and Efficiency. The Fiesta EcoBoost Mild Hybrid engine uses a small electric motor with a 48-volt battery to improve efficiency. Instead of driving solely on electric power, the electric motor provides torque assistance to the petrol engine when needed. It also uses regenerative braking technology, which charges the mild hybrid’s battery by capturing energy that’s usually lost when you slow down. This helps increase your fuel economy and reduce emissions. We’ve done all this without compromising the signature, fun-to-drive dynamics of Ford Fiesta. Who said work wasn’t fun?

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[† ]Cargo and load capacity limited by weight and weight distribution *Gross Payload = Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) less Kerb Mass. GVM = the total permissible all-up weight of a rigid vehicle i.e. with body, payload, ancillaries, fuel, oil, water, drive and crew. Kerb Mass = the weight of the complete vehicle and all equipment including fuel and water but without payload, driver or any crew. All Kerb Masses quoted are subject to manufacturing tolerances and are for models with minimum equipment unless stated otherwise. Higher specification models will have greater Kerb Masses and therefore lower payloads due to increased standard equipment.