While the full details on the 2011 Ford Fiesta broke out yesterday, the Blue Oval folks went ahead and debuted pricing information on the official Fiesta website. What’s that mean for consumers? The sweet little B-car can be yours for just $13,320, including $675 for destination.
Hatchback lovers will have to pony up $15,120 for the base five-door, and the upmarket hatch rings in at $17,120, or $18,190 with the six-speed dual-clutch transmission. Want leather seating? Add $715 to that price.
Consumers who want to order their Fiestas before the actual on-sale date can take advantage of a special offer, too. Ford is throwing in Sync with turn-by-turn navigation, a premium sound system, and a "VIP customer experience." Online pre-orders begin, well, now.
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