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Buyers looking to jump into a Ford Fiesta can look forward to a new Titanium version for the 2013 model year, which replaces the old SES trim (as seen in the images above). The top model throws in Sirius satellite radio, 16-inch wheels, heated leather seats, push-button start and SYNC on top of the niceties found on SE models.

While the base Fiesta starts at $13,200 for the sedan, opting for the five-door will set you back an additional $1,000, plus $795 for destination on either. Titanium guise starts at $18,200 in hatchback configuration, and Ford says it made the switch to maintain trim level consistency across the showroom.

Interestingly enough, the 2013 Ford Fiesta doesn't wear the revised fascia we recently spotted testing. That means the fully refreshed subcompact likely won't show up in dealers for at least another year. The new nose borrows heavily from the lines of the 2013 Fusion and the Evos Concept.

Ford says Fiesta buyers can also expect to find a more streamlined purchase experience with options tied into "logical packages." Check out the full press release below for more information.Continue reading Ford Fiesta gets Titanium model for 2013
 

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Nice. Interesting, but not enough of an upgrade to jump from the 2012 to the 2013 for me.

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I understand why you can't. But, I still like the old days when you could order whatever you wanted when you got a car...Today its "build packages"...
 

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Build Packages are not a bad thing if you want the basic or all that Ford offers up front.

I know most tuners enjoy the basic package to mod themselves.

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