Yesterday you saw the Toyota iQ and thought it one of the smartest little things goin’. More traditional and likely less innovative, the second generation Ford Ka should be fun-to-drive (it shares platform/components with the new Fiat 500); it also has a reputation to uphold. The first Ka was a huge success for Ford of Europe and across the globe – just not in North America.
Officially introduced in Paris next month, the Ka will likely keep pricing at or near current levels. In the UK, current Ka pricing sits at £7,645. Don’t bother with the exchange rates; it’ll make no sense. That price is £4,850 below that of the Focus.