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FORD FIESTA

Hatchback 1.4 Zetec 5dr (2012)

£5,899

Metallic Silver, Extremely Well Maintained, Full Service History, Long MOT Until 29/01/2020, 2 Keys, New Tyres & Brakes, High Spec, Bluetooth Telephone & Audio/AUX/USB/Voice Control, Parking...

  • Transmission Auto
  • 45,000
  • Silver
  • Fuel Petrol
  • CC 1388cc
  • 149
  • Tax £160.00
  • 2
Finance from p/m* £141.69
type cash price deposit Balance fees* initial payment monthly payment term apr fixed interest final payment  
HP £5,899.00 £589.90 £5,309.10 £348.00 £0.00 £141.69 49 Months 13.9% 5.75% £300.69

REPRESENTATIVE EXAMPLE

  Price Deposit Balance Fees* Total Payable Term (months) Fixed Rate Rep APR 1st Pmt Monthly Pmt Final Pmt
HP £5,899.00 £589.90 £5,309.10 £348.00 £7,550.02 49 Months 5.75% 13.9% £0.00 £141.69 £300.69

Used Ford in MiddlesexUsed Ford in Middlesex

Ford. It’s where it all started with the Model-T, the first mass produced car that everyone could own, and it’s gone so far in the past 100 years and been at the forefront of car technology and performance for a good proportion of that. You may have grown up with the iconic Ford Escort, or even started driving with the Ford Fiesta, but there’s every chance you’ve owned a Ford at some point in your life. As our needs mature, we end up driving the Sierra which eventually became the Mondeo, a car renowned for it’s incredible road handling and economy. They had some classic styles, too. The Puma and Cougar ripped up the design book to bring us cars that looked like they were ready to leap out at you, and the Focus ST is a car that required skill to handle and iron nerve to drive with speed. And for the more rugged uses, there’s the Ford F-series of pick-ups, the biggest selling cars of all time in the USA with over 30 million sold. Discover Ford today. Call 0208 564 8030 for your next used Ford or come and visit us at our showroom - Heston Automotive in Phoenix Way, Middlesex

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