2014 Ford Fiesta ST: A Low-Tech Pocket Rocket

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  • Highlight: This manual transmission subcompact is only available as a four door hatchback.

    Test vehicle’s MSRP: $25,985 (Base Model Fiesta starts at $15,425)

    Seating Capacity: 4

    Standard Safety Features: airbags (driver, front passenger, driver knee, side impact and side curtain); a perimeter alarm system; a tire pressure monitoring system; electronic stability control; a full size spare tire; and a hill start assist system keeps the vehicle from rolling backwards

    Standard Equipment: 17-inch Summer performance tires; dual chrome exhaust tips; fog lamps; a body carbon black lower grille; side marker European lamps; a rear wing spoiler; MyFord Touch SYNC infotainment system; a manually controlled a/c; cloth seats; aluminum sport pedals; a tilt/telescopic steering wheel; and a push-button keyless ignition starter

    Suspension System: an enhanced European-inspired suspension system

    Front: Independent MacPherson strut with coil springs and 19-mm stabilizer bar

    Rear: Twist beam with coil springs and gas-charged shocks

    Standard Audio: a Sony 100-watt, 8-speaker AM/FM/CD with a satellite audio system

    Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty: 3 years or 36,000 miles

    Powertrain Warranty: 5 years or 60,000 miles

    Bluetooth Compatibility: Yes

    Standard Engine/Horsepower: 1.6-liter, 4-cylinder/197-horsepower

    Recommended Fuel: Regular

    Standard Fuel Mileage: 26-city/35-hwy

    Other Trim Levels:

    Fiesta S, Fiesta SE and Fiesta Titanium

    iPod and USB ports: available

    What’s New: The Fiesta ST is Ford’s answer to a pint sized high performance vehicle.

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