Best used Ford Fiesta finance deals and offers 2020
Find the latest deals on the Ford Fiesta from our sister site Buyacar with PCP finance offers for Zetec, Titanium, ST-Line and more
There is simply no denying the Ford Fiesta's supremacy as the best-selling car in the UK. It has sold in greater numbers than any other car for many years and there's good reason for that; it's practical, nimble, fun to drive and economical. But best of all, it remains one of the best value used cars you can buy.
The latest model has been on sale since 2017, so there are now plenty of used options available, and we've picked out some of the best across the vast range of trim levels the Fiesta comes in - some focused on value, others on luxury, while there are also performance and technology focused variants too.
Take a look at the older, and subsequently cheaper Fiesta and you'll be provided with an excellent combination of comfort and driving fun; the newer model offers all that with added space and improved technology - for a slightly higher price.
There are 1436 Ford Fiestas currently available on BuyaCar, so we've gone through the range and picked out the very best deals to help simplify things for you.
Used Ford Fiesta PCP offers
- Ford Fiesta Zetec
- Ford Fiesta Titanium
- Ford Fiesta Titanium X
- Ford Fiesta ST-Line
- Ford Fiesta Active
- Ford Fiesta ST
- Ford Fiesta Vignale
Ford Fiesta Zetec offers
Current-model Fiesta Zetecs have all of the equipment that you need, with a sprinkling of extras. These include 15-inch alloy wheels, an eight-inch touchscreen with digital radio, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and Ford's latest Sync 3 software, with voice recognition and a responsive screen.
The car also comes with a heated windscreen and safety pack, which includes a lane keeping aid that will nudge your car back into line if it strays out of its lane.
There's the option of an automatic gearbox, as well as an efficient EcoBoost petrol engine; a less-powerful petrol engine badged Ti-VCT that's cheaper to insure, and a diesel.
Before November 2018, Zetec models only came with a smaller 6.5-inch touchscreen as standard, but models fitted with the B&O pack have the larger eight-inch screen and a better stereo.
Previous generation Ford Fiesta Zetec
The older Ford Fiesta Zetec had a similar specification to the current car, with a heated windscreen, alloy wheels and air-conditioning. The dashboard display was extremely small by today's standards, and there was also an optional City Pack that included power-folding door mirrors and rear parking sensors.
Ford Fiesta Titanium offers
Fiestas in Titanium trim have larger 16-inch alloy wheels, compared with Zetec models and they also add sat-nav, an improved stereo, keyless start, climate control, cruise control and rain-sensing wipers. Auto high-beam lights can flick between high- and dipped-beam to avoid dazzling other cars.
Other useful touches include an armrest between the front seats, power-foldable mirrors and a digital display next to the speedometer, so it's easier to see key information. They are also available with more powerful petrol and diesel engines.
Until November 2018, these cars were offered with a B&O Pack with an upgraded stereo.
Previous generation Ford Fiesta Titanium
Pre-2017 Fiesta Titanium models came with similar updates to the current car, including 16-inch alloy wheels, a Sony stereo with digital radio, power-folding mirrors and rain-sensing wipers, as well as the front seat armrests.
Ford Fiesta Titanium X offers
Titanium X models are pitched as more luxurious models, and include partial leather heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a B&O stereo and keyless entry. There are also electric rear windows, so passengers in the back don't need to wind them down. Parking sensors are optional.
The car comes with the same petrol and diesel options as the standard Titanium version.
Previous generation Ford Fiesta Titanium X
In one sense, the last Fiesta Titanium X was better-equipped than the current car because it came with a rear-view camera and parking sensors, in addition to the part-leather heated seats, keyless entry, and electric rear windows.
Ford Fiesta ST-Line offers
The sportier ST-Line has firmer suspension that makes the car feel more agile in corners, but a little bumpier on rough roads. This version is also available with a more powerful 140hp petrol engine for faster acceleration.
Large alloy wheels, more aggressive styling and a rear spoiler above the back window mark out the ST-Line. Inside, there are sports-style seats, a flat-bottomed steering wheel and the same eight-inch touchscreen fitted to the rest of the range. You'll need to upgrade to ST-Line X - a more luxurious trim level - for sat-nav, tinted rear windows, part-leather seats, cruise control and climate control as standard.
Previous generation Ford Fiesta ST-Line
ST-Line trim was added to the last Ford Fiesta in 2016 and included similar styling upgrades, 17-inch alloy wheels and the option of the more powerful 140hp engine.
Ford Fiesta Active offers
New for this generation of Ford Fiesta are the Active models, which are slightly higher and look more rugged thanks to extra plastic exterior panels.
In reality, the car is little different to drive, with no extra space inside. Entry level Active 1 cars include all of the equipment that comes with standard Zetec Fiestas, as well as larger 17-inch alloy wheels, electric rear windows, silver roof rails and driving modes that slightly reduce your chances of getting stuck on slippery surfaces.
There's also an Active B&O model with a yellow colour theme, black painted roof and roof rails, B&O stereo, cruise control and rain-sensing wipers, in addition to Active 1 trim.
Active X cars also build on the Active 1 trim, with sat-nav, keyless entry and start, part-leather heated front seats, climate control, cruise control, rain sensing wipers and a rear-view camera with parking sensors.
Ford Fiesta ST offers
The hot hatchback Fiesta ST is the fastest and most fun version of Ford's small car, thanks to a powerful 200hp engine and mechanical upgrades to increase grip and agility in corners.
ST-1 models add to ST-Line specification with 17-inch alloy wheels, Recaro sports seats, sports suspension and selectable drive modes for tweaking the feel of the car.
ST-2 models have climate control, heated sports seats, rear tinted windows, blue stitching on the seatbelts and a B&O stereo, while ST-3 cars have sat-nav, rear view camera, leather front sports seats and larger 18-inch alloy wheels.
Previous generation Ford Fiesta ST
The last Fiesta ST shares the same agility and hyperactive feeling, with its punchy turbocharged petrol engine and sharp steering. The two models sound quite different, however, with the old car sounding gruff compared with the smooth thrum of the new car.
Ford Fiesta Vignale offers
The Vignale is by far the most luxurious Ford Fiesta on sale. The kind of upgrades you can expect to find on a used model include 17-inch alloy wheels, a panoramic glass roof, black leather heated seats, and a unique wavy grille.
As you would expect, the price does climb well over £20,000 if you look for a new one, but used models will be much more reasonably priced, while it's not difficult to find yourself some often very generous discounts on brand new models too.