Ford has revealed details of its facelifted Fiesta Van, which will go on sale at the start of 2022.
The car-derived van will be offered in two trim levels, Trend and Sport, priced at £16,715 and £16,790, respectively, excluding VAT. The Fiesta Van gets a new exterior design, interior upgrades and new driver assistance features.
“Our stylish compact van is now even better looking and more streetwise than ever, helping customers promote their business and drive with confidence in and out of town,” said Brendan Lyne, director, Commercial Vehicles, Ford of Europe. “The new Fiesta Van’s advanced driver assistance systems can make work less demanding for our customers, while its electrified powertrains and Ford Pro’s aftersales expertise help their businesses to thrive.”
Ford’s SYNC 3 connectivity system with satnav is available as an option with an onboard FordPass Connect modem, which enables features such as remote unlocking and data-driven maintenance alerts through the Ford Liive Uptime package, delivered via the FordPass Pro mobile app for owner-drivers and SMEs or Ford Telematics for larger fleets.
Exterior changes include a bonnet design that raises the height of the nose, combined with larger upper grilles. The blue oval badge is now displayed within the grille, rather than on the bonnet lip.
The Fiesta Van gets new LED headlights while at the rear the taillights receive new black surrounds.
Sport models come with a honeycomb grille and body-coloured side vents, 17-in alloy wheels and lower sports suspension while 18-in alloys are optional. Sport models also get two-tone interior trim.
The Trend series comes with a new chrome-surround grille and 15-in steel wheels.
The load area contains four tie-down points and a full-height bulkhead with steel mesh upper half. Right-hand drive vans have solid panels instead of rear-door glazing. Payloads go up to 531kg, load volume is 0.96m3 and load length is 1,283mm.
Power comes from a 1.0-litre 125hp 48-volt mild hybrid Ecoboost petrol engine achieving fuel efficiency of 56.4mpg and CO2 emissions from 113g/km on the WLTP cycle.