If you're in Laguna Beach, Aliso Viejo, San Clemente, or Mission Viejo, CA and are looking for a budget-friendly subcompact sedan or hatchback that says "party all the time", the 2015 Ford Fiesta has your name on it. This spirited little machine is a force to be reckoned with all over SoCal with it's delicious design and peppy powertrain. We're forced to be reckoned with at Capistrano Ford in San Juan Capistrano as well, because you won't find any other dealership with the first class customer service and rock-bottom low prices we deliver. So let's celebrate in your new 2015 Ford Fiesta today!
Let's compare how the 2015 Ford Fiesta stacks up against the Mazda2.
You're already at a disadvantage in a Mazda2 because it only comes as a hatch, not a sedan and hatch like the 2015 Ford Fiesta, so our pricing comparison will be apples-to-apples. You'll do better from the get-go in a Ford Fiesta because it has a low starting MSRP of $14,365. The Mazda2, on the other hand, will set you back with its starting price tag of $14,720. So you'll save nearly $500 before you even enter our showroom and hear our low prices at Capistrano Ford, just by choosing the Fiesta. Plus, the 2015 Ford Fiesta hatch includes Bluetooth, a rear spoiler, and a 6-speaker audio system with SYNC and Applink -- which are either not offered or optional on the Mazda2 -- so the Fiesta is the better buy by far!
How incredible is the 2015 Ford Fiesta? Well, we'll tell you -- because this amazing subcompact offers not just one, but three available engines! Pop the hood and you'll find a 120 horsepower, 1.6L I-4, a 123 horsepower 1.0L EcoBoost I-3, or a potent 197 horsepower, 1.6L turbocharged EcoBoost I-4 (ST Hatchback only). You won't have choices in the Mazda2, which limits you to one 100 horsepower, 1.5L 4-cylinder engine. Clearly, with all those potent power choices, the 2015 Ford Fiesta takes the crown.
Half -- or maybe all -- of the reason you consider a subcompact car is for the money you'll save at the pump, and you'll save plenty in the 2015 Ford Fiesta hatch. Equipped with the 1.0 Manual EcoBoost engine, you'll rival hybrid numbers in the Fiest with its EPA-estimated 31 city /43 highway mpg while the standard 1.6L I-4 with automatic still gets an impressive 28/37. With its single powertrain, the Mazda2 falls short on the highway with its EPA-estimated 28/34 mpg.View Inventory