2014 Ford Fiesta priced from $14,795, Fiesta ST will cost $22,195

Article by Christian A., on March 1, 2013

When the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST will go on sale later in the year, be prepared to spend slightly under $15,000 for the base 2014 Fiesta and $22,195 to acquire the new pint-sized hot hatch. The base price of the 2014 Fiesta ST is a bit lower than the Focus ST, which is priced from $24,495. The standard equipment for the Fiesta ST includes Ford’s 1.6-liter turbocharged I-4 with an output of 197-hp and 214 lb-ft of torque in the Fiesta ST application.

This engine is couple with a six-speed manual transmission. The optional features include a set of gray wheels that costs $375, navigation that’s priced at $795, and the Recaro bucket seat option that has a price tag of $1995, making it one of the least expensive models that have Recaro seats.

A fully loaded Fiesta ST costs just $26,195 while a Focus ST with similar features costs slightly more than $30,000.

Even when pricing for 2014 Fiestas that has the new 123-hp and 148-lb-ft 1.0-liter turbocharged EcoBoost I-3 has yet to be revealed, Ford has presented the prices for cars that are equipped with the base 1.6-liter I-4, which delivers 120-hp and 112 lb-ft of torque.

The base Fiesta S sedans with a five-speed manual have a starting price of $14,795, while base Fiesta S hatchbacks cost from $15,395.

The range-topping Fiesta Titanium models equipped with the six-speed dual-clutch automatic are priced at $20,090 for the sedan. Meanwhile, the hatch costs $20,690. Visit Ford.com to select the specs that are perfect for your own 2014 Ford Fiesta.

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