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Ford Fiesta
The Fiesta, which goes on sale here next year, is a smaller car than the Focus. It's in a league with cars like the Toyota Yaris and Honda Fit.

Already on sale in Europe, Ford calls the Fiesta a milestone of its One Ford plan to design cars that can be sold in various markets around the world with only minor changes. The swooping lines of the Fiesta, which are echoed in the new Ford Taurus sedan, are a design feature you can expect to see in other future Ford products.

The Fiesta will be driven by a 119-horsepower 4-cylinder engine with a six-speed automatic transmission. Ford projects 40 mpg highway fuel economy.

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Last updated December 04 2009: 11:26 AM ET
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