Seen a nearly new Fiesta - is the price good?

I'm downsizing my current car as I need something a lot more fuel efficient and lower running costs. I really like the Ford Fiesta and have seen a 11 plate at a local franchised dealer with 15,000 on the clock for £9,950. Its the 1.4 tdci Zetec. It seems a pretty good price - what do you think?

Asked on 5 April 2012 by Sjedwardz

Answered by Honest John
It's okay, but you can now get a new base model 1.25 60PS Fiesta Studio for £8,995, and a new 70PS Mazda 2 1.3TS at £8,995 is even better value.
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