Sure, the new Fiesta ST and 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine took the majority of 2014 Fiesta-related headlines, but that doesn't mean the rest of the range was left untouched. As you can see, styling has been updated, most notably up front, where a new fascia brings the pint-size hatch in line with the well-received Fusion. There will also be a new palette of colors and graphics for owners to personalize.
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.
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