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2011 Ford Fiesta SFE
2011 Ford Fiesta SFE
The SFE -- for "Super Fuel Economy" -- is Ford's new minicar, built in Mexico. The Fiesta SFE achieves 40 mpg, highway and 29 mpg, city. Selling for $15,000, this version has what Ford calls an "automated manual" transmission, which operates like an automatic but has more shift points, a help in saving fuel.

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Last updated April 20 2011: 4:01 PM ET
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