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Ford Fiesta Vignale buying guide

What Ford Fiesta Vignale trim levels are there?

Before the Fiesta was facelifted in 2022, the Vignale was its own trim level. It sat at the top of the Fiesta range, providing more luxury than Zetec, Titanium and ST-Line trim levels. Since the facelift, Vignale has become more of an option pack, so you’ll find ST-Line Vignale and Titanium Vignale trim levels.

Standard equipment on pre-facelift Vignales includes quilted leather seats (heated in the front), a heated steering wheel, adaptive cruise control and blind-spot monitoring. Like every Fiesta, you get a touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Ford Fiesta Vignale interior and technology

Inside, it’s all Fiesta with a bit of sprucing up. We’ve already talked about the plush quilted seats, but the dashboard and steering wheel are also clad in leather. There’s contrasting stitching and exclusive dashboard trim for that executive touch. Venture further down and there are some cheaper, hardier materials, but that’s to be expected from a small, relatively inexpensive car.

As is the case with the rest of the Fiesta range, the interior is intuitively laid out with lots of physical buttons. As the range-topper, the Vignale gets a few more buttons to press than the price-leading Trend.

Ford Fiesta Vignale FAQs

Like the standard Fiesta, there are three- and five-door hatchback body styles, but three-door Vignales are nearly as rare as rocking horse poo. The Vignale gets a lot of exclusive styling tweaks to mark it out from lesser Fiestas, including chrome body trim, large and shiny wheels, and a gnarly grille. Models produced up until mid-2020 have a standard-fit panoramic sunroof, too.

As big as the standard Fiesta, funnily enough. At a smidge over four metres long, it doesn’t take up much space on the road. Parking should be a walk in the, er, park, because the Fiesta is compact and the Vignale comes with sensors and a reversing camera as standard.

While not the most spacious car in its class, the Fiesta Vignale has enough space for four adults to sit happily. Five is a squeeze because of the narrow middle seat and the transmission tunnel, but that’s a common thing in small cars. Boot space stands at 292 litres with the rear seats and parcel shelf in place – again, not the biggest for a supermini but not too bad.

Almost all Fiesta Vignales are powered by a 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine. The majority of these 1.0-litre engines have 125hp, while cars with 140hp (and latterly 155hp) can also be found. In more recent years, the 125hp and 155hp versions of the engine have featured mild-hybrid technology to slightly reduce fuel consumption. Just take the bootlid badge with a pinch of salt.

Whichever version of the engine you choose, you’ll be able to top 50mpg on cars with the manual gearbox. The 125hp engine is pretty perky, while the more powerful option is ever so slightly quicker without being more expensive at the petrol station.

Yes, because the Fiesta Vignale boasts all the qualities of the standard Fiesta – perky handling, economical engines, cheap servicing and decent cabin space – while adding a little sprinkling of luxury. It won't be for everyone, but there are so many different Fiesta trim levels that one's bound to suit you.