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I just saw a black Fiesta hatchback with black rims and the extended spoiler option. Dual tip center exit exhaust, tint, and I think I saw STEEDA on there somewhere. Very, very clean. Gorgeous ride, well done! Driving on Parmer Ln in Austin, Tx.
 

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Yea, I have been wanting a Fiesta since they came out saying it was coming. Of course I want the 3 door hatch. But eh, beggers can't be choosers.

I like the new ST, but not wanting to wait or pay for the premium. I told our closest Ford dealer to my house to let me know when a used Fiesta comes back to the lot with a lower than 10K price tag. It will be a moment, but I have seen some returns. Nothing lower than 14K though. ... not yet ... [;)]

-Ray-
 

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Sweet!, nice to hear of one that well set-up on the street!. when we lowered flychicks it helped the look a great deal, made me want to do more.
 

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Yeah Ray, that is the craziest thing to me. The used Fiestas are holding their value and then some. I have checked around and have seen some used ones in the 17K range. I did not expect that.
 

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Good gas mileage in this economy is one of the reasons for it's high price tag and value.

Plus, Ford overall is selling them real well.

-Ray-
 

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Just saw a red Fiesta hatchback with chrome rims and a black spoiler (the factory option that looks best IMO) rolling down Mopac in Austin. Looked good, caught my eye.
 

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Haha. I was in the fuel tanker. I hope the Fiesta ST wakes up the aftermarket for the small Ford. It seems like it could be bad ass.
 

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The Fiesta ST already has a mass aftermarket in Europe. All they would need to do is bring some of their products here and make them affordable.
 

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That would work. I'm sure the aftermarket gurus are already privy to the specs and whatnot that they need to make offerings to the American market.
 
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