Ford Fiesta Van review

Category: Small Van

Section: Interior

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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

There’s not much to choose from when it comes to how you’d like for Fiesta Van The basic van gets a modest list of standard equipment, including automatic headlights, electric windows, electric heated mirrors and manual air-conditioning. An eight-inch touchscreen, which provides the infotainment via Ford’s SYNC 3 system, is now standard too, and includes DAB radio, Bluetooth and satellite-navigation.

The majority of upgrades for the Fiesta Sport Van trim are cosmetic and applied to the exterior. These include body kits for the front and rear bumpers as well as side skirts and a chrome exhaust tip, plus 17in alloys and LED headlights. On the inside the Sport also gets a smattering of more attractive details,  including a flat-bottomed leather steering wheel, sport seats, sport pedals and an aluminium gear knob. There’s also keyless start and an alarm system.

However, neither trim gets Android Auto or Apple CarPlay included, with these joined on the options list by heated seats and steering wheel, parking sensors and a reversing camera.

The Fiesta Van is a comfortable car to both drive and be a passenger in, with an interior that feels spacious considering its relative size. Storage is limited, but you’ll find that plenty of items end up in the two central cupholders in the transmission tunnel area and in the storage area ahead of the gear stick. It’s not immensely practical, but it is of a higher quality than you will find in other commercial vehicles thanks to its car roots.

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