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New Ford Fiesta ST will not be available in the United States

It was in February when Ford revealed the new Fiesta ST, just before it made its official debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show in March. But it is not until next year that the model goes on sale in both three- and five-door variants. Today, the entry level Ford Fiesta, and the sporty ST Line trim can already be purchased in Europe. But in the United States, they will have to be content with the old Fiesta for now as the 2018 model year is set to arrive with only minor changes.

Most importantly, what people should know is that the US-spec Fiesta will retire and that the seventh generation model will not hit the stateside. This news was recently shared to us by the European Director of Ford Performance, Leo Roeks, when he was interviewed at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. The automaker says that there is a low demand for this class in the United States, which led them to make the decision to eventually get rid of the Fiesta in the market. If sales are low, having large inventories would be a big problem.

In other news, Volkswagen bosses made a decision of not bringing the new Polo to the United States, including the much sexier Polo GTI. Another sad news for US customers is that Toyota will also be discontinuing the supercharged Yaris GRMN as well. In fact, the new Yaris will actually be very limited, even in Europe, where only 400 examples will be sold around the continent.

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Ford presents next generation of Fiesta ST with new 1.5 three-cylinder engine

Come and say hello to the next generation of the performance version of the Ford Fiesta, as powered by a three-cylinder engine. Wait, a three-cylinder engine? Yes, that’s no typo. The new generation of the Ford Fiesta ST is really powered not by a four-cylinder or a six-cylinder, but by a three-cylinder engine.

This new three-cylinder powerplant features a displacement of around 1.5 liters and is armed with an array of superior engine technologies like turbocharging, Twin-independent Variable Cam Timing and high-pressure fuel injection – all of which allow this mill to provide better performance as well as superb fuel efficiency.

The new mill is able to deliver 197 hp (147 kW or 200 PS) of max output and 214 lb.-ft. (290 Nm) of peak torque, allowing the new generation of the Fiesta ST to sprint from zero to 62 mph (100 km/h) in just 6.7 seconds. It is as powerful -- but has more torque -- as the current 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine fitted on the base North American version of the current Ford Fiesta ST.

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Ford finally introduces the five-door Fiesta ST in Europe

Back in 2013, Ford released its latest Fiesta ST model. Exclusive only in North America, the Fiesta ST was sold as a five-door hatch. Those in Europe complained that they only had the three-door model. This year however, Ford’s Europe division aims to make it up to its customers by bringing in the five-door supermini into the continent. Hopefully, this move will help boost sales before an all-new Fiesta is launched and introduced to the public in 2017 and an all-new ST version arrives in early 2018.

Nothing much has changed with the European Fiesta ST. Aside from a change from a three-door to a more practical five-door version, the European Fiesta ST is still powered by the same turbocharged 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine which punches out 182 horsepower (134 kilowatts) and 177 lb.-ft. of torque. The five-door model however is heavier compared to its previous version but is capable of a 0 to 62 mph sprint of 6.9 seconds. There has been no official announcement about its top speed but it is estimated to be about the same as the three-door’s 139 mph.

Five-door Fiesta ST returns 46.3 mpg UK in the combined cycle and emits around 141 g/km of carbon dioxide. Compared to the three-door model, there’s a decrease of 1.5 mpg UK and an increase of 3 g/km emission.

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Ford unveils new Fiesta ST200 powered by calibrated 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine

Ford is introducing its most powerful production Fiesta yet, the new Ford Fiesta ST200. This new Fiesta offering is powered by a calibrated 1.6-liter EcoBoost petrol engine that develops 10 percent more output (to 200 PS) and 20 percent more torque (to 290 Nm).

With this amount of output and torque from the 1.6-liter EcoBoost petrol engine, the model could accelerate from zero to 62 mph (0-100 km/h) in just 6.7 seconds and reach a top speed of 230 km/h (143 mph).

More importantly, the 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine that powers the Ford Fiesta ST200 provides an extra 15 PS of output and 30 Nm of torque for up to 20 seconds through transient overboost. Since it features a shorter final drive ratio of 4.06 – compared to 3.82 in the Fiesta ST -- the Ford Fiesta ST200 boasts of improved in-gear acceleration for better drivability.

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If you wish to spend up to $50,000 to get a high performance car, you are going to find there is a huge list to pick from. Even at $40,000, there are a lot of models in the market to choose from.

Nevertheless, if your budget is not that high, it gets harder to choose a powerful car, for the list starts to fill with more and more humble options, or so it has been until now. Nowadays, the market aims to offer young buyers a vehicle that can offer them the excitement and emotion of a fast, high level performing car at more friendly prices.

Basically, the market aims to balance power with price so people can get cheaper cars without sacrificing the excitement of a high-octane performance vehicle. Although you can get a quite powerful car bellow $20,000, the range of options gets broader at prices between $20,000 and $27,000.

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Ford is gracing the 2015 SEMA Show in Las Vegas with unmatched fervour as it showcases more than 50 vehicles, easily making it the largest stand at the event. Aside from displaying these models, Ford Out Front is also offering attendees of the SEMA Show an opportunity to watch or ride in one of Ford’s performance car or trucks on a closed course.

Of course, some of the special models at Ford’s booth are customized renditions of the Ford Focus ST and the Ford Fiesta ST performance cars. These hot hatches from Ford Performance are modified in SEMA style to show how they could match the preferences as well as needs of their owners.

Ford Performance created a street- and track ready Focus ST, a rally-bound Focus ST, a cyclist’s Focus ST, a well-round Focus ST, a stylish support Fiesta ST, and a track-capable Fiesta ST.

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More details about what Ford will display at the 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas have come out. Ford has plans to do a gradual unveiling of its show cars in the upcoming weeks. For now, Ford provided information about the tuned versions of the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST and 2014 Ford Mustang. 3dCarbon modified the first machine – a 2014 Ford Fiesta hatchback.

With this new body kit, the Fiesta is lowered and comes with more aggressive lips and skirts as well as a set of 19-inch red wheels and a two-tone red-and-black leather interior. Ford aimed to give this car a more “European flavour.” It’s not the first time for 3dCarbon to display Ford cars at the SEMA Show.

The first time that it built a body kit for the Fiesta was in 2010. The Ice Nine Group tweaked a 2014 Ford Fiesta ST, giving the hot hatch a funky vinyl wrap, a vented carbon fiber hood, fender flares to hold 17-inch rally-style wheels, huge fog lights, and special quarter windows with air vents. This group partnered with rally instructor Tim O’Neil to create a vehicle intended for “alternative forms of motorsports” such as rallying.

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Ford’s dealerships have only now started to receive the new Ford Fiesta ST but so far, more than 1,000 orders have been placed. Its pricing information was announced towards the end of January. The Fiesta ST has a starting price of only £16,995, making it as much as £2,000 cheaper than other models in its segment.

The Fiesta ST has also been getting good reviews for its responsive and fun drive. As a result, there’s already a high demand for it. According to Mark Ovenden, Ford Britain managing director, the Fiesta ST is attractive due to its accessible pricing, exciting performance and exceptional economy. Experts have said that the car offers everyday practicality but at the same time, it is agile, engaging, and enjoyable.

More than 90% of its buyers chose the Fiesta ST2, which features partial leather Recaro seats, Sony DAB radio, EATC, Ford keyless start, privacy glass and LED daytime running lamps, on top of the standard equipment that includes a set of 17in alloy wheels, ST front fog lights, DAB radio, SYNC connectivity, Thatcham CAT 1 alarm, Recaro seats and My Key.

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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.

Read the entire article 2014 Ford Fiesta priced from $14,795, Fiesta ST will cost $22,195

Ford is bound to take the wraps off the new 2014 Ford Fiesta ST race car that will compete in the Global RallyCross Championship (GRC) at the upcoming Chicago Auto Show. In consonance with the global introduction of the new Ford Fiesta ST, Ford Racing is set to unveil the ST performance badge in the 2013 season of the GRC as well as in Global X Games events. Ford aims to capitalize on the increasing popularity of the GRC and of the X Games through expanding its presence – by making itself more visible during events and through popular personalities like Tanner Foust, Brian Deegan and Ken Block.

Foust, Brian and Block will be the first drivers to pilot the first Fiesta ST GRC cars. The OlsbergsMSE Fiesta ST GRC race car of Foust and Deegan will be displayed at the Chicago Auto Show.

Jamie Allison, director at Ford Racing, remarked that Global RallyCross is a great series to demonstrate the capability of Ford’s small performance cars. He quipped that along with great drivers and teams, Ford Racing’s formal partnership with OlsbergsMSE proves its growing commitment to Global RallyCross. Allison added that Ford Racing is excited to see the carmaker’s global performance car compete in four countries around the world in the coming GRC season.

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Ford has commenced the production of the new Ford Fiesta ST at the Cologne plant in Germany. Developed by Ford Team RS, the European unit of Ford’s Global Performance Vehicle group, the Fiesta ST for Europe is powered by a 1.6-litre EcoBoost petrol engine, allowing it to accelerate from zero to 62mph in 6.9 seconds – the first production Fiesta that accelerates to this pace in under 7 seconds – and to reach a top speed of 136.7 mph.

The engine also provides up to 182PS of power and up to 290Nm of torque, while consuming only a gallon of fuel per 48 miles of travel and emitting 138 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometre cruised. The new Ford Fiesta ST now sports new steering, suspension and braking components as well as new configuration and tuning.

To make the driving experience more satisfying and securing, Ford installed onto the Fiesta ST an improved version of its Torque Vectoring Control system and a three-mode Electronic Stability Control system.

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Performance ECU remap specialist Superchips Ltd. is offering a more dynamic and more menacing Mk3 Focus ST 2.0T. The latest production Ford Focus ST is already considered as dynamic and menacing, thanks to its 2.0-litre direct injection turbocharged Ecoboost engine that provides up to 246bhp of power and allows the hatchback to reach 154mph.

But the specialist’s latest latest product – a Superchips ECU remap for the Focus ST 2.0T -- is set to further improve the hatchback’s performance. Banking on a combination of chassis dyno and road testing, Superchips developed a performance remap for hatchback’s ECU, thereby optimizing boost levels, fuelling and ignition timing on the Ecoboost engine.

This results in a Superchips conversion that boosts power output and enhances response and refinement, but still retains factory failsafe protocols and reliability levels.

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If yesterday it was just a rumor, today the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST made its debut ahead of 2012 LA Auto Show, which will open its doors later this week. As expected, power comes from a 1.6-liter Eco-Boost four-cylinder engine delivering 197 horsepower and 214 lb.-ft. of torque. This makes the 2014 Fiesta ST more powerful than its rivals, the Mini Cooper S with its 181 horsepower and 177 lb.-ft., and the Chevrolet Sonic RS that produces just 138 horsepower and 148 lb.-ft.

The new Fiesta ST will be available in the United States only as a five-door hatchback and with a six-speed manual transmission. According to the official press release, the car is expected to deliver 34 mpg. In terms of design, the Fiesta ST features a unique grille and chin spoiler with new rear diffuser and fascia extensions.

The design is completed by the unique 17-inch wheels. Moreover, the new Fiesta ST is the first of its nameplate to receive the Molten Orange tri-coat metallic paint. The big surprise found on the new car is the mechanical version of the sound symposer, which was first used on the Focus ST.

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The timing of the leakage of the details about the Ford Fiesta ST implies that it is set to make its U.S. debut at the 2012 LA Auto Show. We learned that powering the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST is a 1.6-liter EcoBoost turbocharged engine that delivers 180 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque.

Just like the Focus ST, the Fiesta ST will be equipped with Ford’s ‘Sound Symposer’ system that amplifies the engine’s sound.

The front-wheel drive hatch will feature a six-speed manual transmission. It also uses torque-vectoring technology and a three-mode stability control system. It rides on a set of 17-inch wheels from the plant, covered with Bridgestone Potenza tires. It handles a lot like a real sports car due to its tuned and lowered sport suspension.

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Ford will proceed with plans to offer the sub-compact hot hatch to market after having received positive reviews for the Fiesta ST Concept. Steve Ling, Ford’s Marketing Manager, said that the ST treatment will be applied on the Fiesta next. The last time that the Fiesta ST was seen was at the Geneva Motor Show last year.

Back then, it was a production ready model that was expected to make it in Europe. Ford has yet to confirm if the super-subcompact will be offered in other regions.

It’s likely that a Fiesta ST (most probably a 5-door hatchback instead of a 3-door for Europe) is on its way to North America. Ling said that the same torque vectoring control system technology in the Focus ST will be used in the new Fiesta.

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The 2013 Ford Fiesta ST made its debut today at the Geneva Motor Show and honestly to tell you, the car looks just like the concept version unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2011. Under the hood, the 2013 Fiesta ST features Ford’s 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine delivering 180 hp and 240 Nm of torque. With these numbers, the car sprints from 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) in under seven seconds and has a top speed of more than 136 mph or 218 km/h. Still, thanks to the EcoBoos technology, the car delivers 20 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions compared with the previous Fiesta ST.

According to the manufacturer, the new Fiesta ST was developed by Ford’s Team RS and promises to deliver significant ride-and-handling improvements through the introduction of a specially tuned chassis that sits 15mm lower than the standard Fiesta. In addition, the car features enhanced Torque Vectoring Control system and three Electronic Stability Control modes, tested on Germany’s Nürburgring Nordschleife.

The interior features unprecedented levels of equipment and specification, such as Recaro sports seats offered as standard in a Fiesta ST for the first time. Moreover, the 2013 Fiesta ST will be equipped with MyKey, which allows owners to limit performance and ensure activation of safety features for when less-experienced drivers use the vehicle.

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Ford unveiled a new 5-door version of the Fiesta ST Concept in Los Angeles. It had previously introduced its 3-door version at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Ford clarified that it will soon be making these vehicles available worldwide. It’s believed that the 3-door version will be launched in Europe but it’s likely that the 5-door is intended for the U.S. market.

Hot hatches are a favorite among tuning firms but just in the compact class, particularly in North America.

Ford now implies that it will decrease its output, with a 180-hp variant of the Fiesta that’s powered by a new 1.6-liter EcoBoost turbocharged 4-cylinder with 177 lb-ft of torque. The Fiesta WRC rally cars inspire its styling. It comes with an aggressive front end, aero kit and 17-inch wheels.

Read the entire article 2011 LA Auto Show: Ford Fiesta ST Concept shows us that five-doors are still sexy

As you may know already, back in September at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show, Ford unveiled the Fiesta ST Coupe Concept, a preview of its upcoming sporty hatchback. Now, the American manufacturer announced that it will bring a five-door version of the same concept at the 2011 LA Auto Show, which will take place at the end of this month.

As expected difference between the two concepts is the addition of the doors, because the three-door version of the Fiesta is not available in the United States.

Under the hood, the concept features the same four-cylinder1.6-liter Ford EcoBoost turbocharged engine delivering 180 hp and 177 lb.-ft. of torque.

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After yesterday we saw the production version of the Focus ST, Ford decided to reveal today the all-new Fiesta ST Concept, a car that previews the upcoming sporty version of the popular hatchback. Ok, and now the interesting part: the Fiesta ST Concept is powered by a 1.6-litre Ford EcoBoost engine delivering 180 hp and 240 Nm of torque, enough to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 7.0 seconds and to a top speed that exceeds 220 km/h or 136 mph.

The 4-cylinder engine is mate to a 6-speed manual transmission and Ford says that the vehicle delivers CO2 emissions lower than 140g/km.

Regarding the design, we do admit that the car looks pretty good, in fact it looks just like a smaller Focus ST. The Fiesta ST comes with an all-new exterior paint colour in Europe, the so-called Molten Orange, same colour found on the North American Ford SVT F-150 Raptor pickup. Although there are no photos with the interior, Ford says that the sporty theme of the exterior is continued inside and we can find Recaro sports seats and a new steering wheel.

Read the entire article 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show: Ford Fiesta ST Concept looks good in Molten Orange

According to the latest reports, it appears that Ford is currently working on the Fiesta ST, a sporty version of the current hatchback.

For the moment there are no details available, but we do know that the new car is going to receive a new body kit consisting of a new front bumper, side sills, a new rear roof spoiler as well as a new rear bumper with integrated air diffuser and integrated exhaust system. The kit will be completed by a new set of alloy sports wheels.

The big surprise will be under the hood, where the car us rumored to receive a 1.6-liter Ecoboost engine delivering 180 and found in the Ford C-Max, but a 1.4-liter Ecoboost could also do the job.

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