Used Ford Fiesta Vans in Scotland

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Ford Fiesta  2020, 25000 miles, £16989 +35
Ford Fiesta £16,989

2020

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 25,000

Diesel

Ford Fiesta  2019, 25338 miles, £13499 +6
Ford Fiesta £13,499

2019

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 25,338

Diesel

Ford Fiesta  2021, 28010 miles, £15954 +24
Ford Fiesta £15,954

2021

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 28,010

Petrol

Ford Fiesta 1.0T EcoBoost Sport Euro 6 (s/s) 3dr +21
Ford Fiesta £13,995
+ VAT

2021

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 28,877

Petrol

Ford Fiesta  2020, 28910 miles, £15202 +24
Ford Fiesta £15,202

2020

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 28,910

Diesel

Ford Fiesta  2019, 29566 miles, £13999 +28
Ford Fiesta £13,999
+ VAT

2019

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 29,566

Diesel

Ford Fiesta  2021, 31000 miles, £16800 +10
Ford Fiesta £16,800

2021

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 31,000

Petrol

Ford Fiesta  2019, 32000 miles, £13995 +26
Ford Fiesta £13,995
+ VAT

2019

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 32,000

Petrol

Ford Fiesta  2021, 32000 miles, £15489 +32
Ford Fiesta £15,489
Plus VAT

2021

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 32,000

Petrol

Ford Fiesta  2019, 36000 miles, £11290 +36
Ford Fiesta £11,290
Ex VAT

2019

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 36,000

Petrol

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Why buy a used Ford Fiesta with Exchange and Mart?

There used to be plenty of options if you wanted a really small city-sized van. Today though, if that's what you need, a Ford is almost certainly what you want. Maybe this one, the Fiesta Van, here offered in its latest improved form. The Blue Oval brand still thinks there's a customer need for tiny LCVs like this. Are they right? Perhaps. Size, after all, isn't everything when it comes to vans. In fact, for a certain kind of customer, small is beautiful - as will be the case when it comes to an LCV if, for instance, your business only delivers very small items in congested urban areas. Ford has been producing its Fiesta Van to cater for this need ever since 1976 and in 2014, widened its offering in the city van sector to also include the Fiesta-based Transit Courier van, for those wanting the same small roadway footprint but a slightly larger 'hi-cube'-style load capacity. But small business like florists and couriers often don't need much space in the back and for them, the older approach to small van design - that of simply taking a supermini and doing little more than removing the rear seats and blanking out the rear windows - works just fine. All the main LCV brands used to populate this part of the van market, either with supermini-derived vans or hi-cube-style ones. Now though, things are very different. In fact, these days the only brand still competing with Ford in the cityvan segment is Fiat - and their Fiorino hi-cube van is in its last run-out phase. Every other LCV manufacturer will try and sell you an entry-level version of a family hatch-based model from the next class up - something like Ford's own Transit Connect model. And that might not really be what you actually need.

About the Ford Fiesta

Ford knows exactly how to build a class-leading supermini-derived van - but then, with a passenger car product as good as the Fiesta to base it on, you'd think that the van version's designers had very little to do to complete an excellent product. Perhaps the best part about this commercial vehicle is that it doesn't look like one. All the style that marks out the Fiesta car has been transferred over intact - and that should make it a good advert for the kind of small businesses (florists, gardeners and so on) likely to want a vehicle of this kind. Imagining your company logo on the doors? Then you'll know what to do....