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New 2018 Fiesta ST

New 2018 Fiesta ST

Smaller engine, more power

25th February 2017

Just ahead of the 2017 Geneva Motorshow, Ford has revealed the new 2018 Fiesta ST. Based on the upcoming Mk8 Fiesta (or Mk7 if you count the 1999 to 2002 car as a Mk4 facelift not a Mk5), these images were made available yesterday by Ford Media. The car is expected to go on sale early next year.

The biggest difference is out goes the 4 cylinder 1.6 and in its place is a lighter, all aluminium 1.5L three cylinder. The… New 2018 Fiesta ST »

ft Stickers

ft Stickers

25th March 2013 stickers with the revised (non-italic) logo are now available. High quality computer cut vinyl in white and yellow.

Show your support for the site and add a dash of stylish colour to your car! Lovingly despatched in strong "do not…

Olsbergs Fiesta ST GRC

Olsbergs Fiesta ST GRC

6th February 2013

Ford today revealed the 2013 version of it's Fiesta Global RallyCross car. You might have seen the current, pre-facelift, car on the GRC circuit being driven by Tanner Foust and Brian Deegan. This one is essentially the same car but…

The 2013 Ford Fiesta ST

The 2013 Ford Fiesta ST

22nd January 2013

Ford today announced prices for the the 2013 Fiesta ST and much like the previous incarnation it's not exactly a monster. Looks wise it's nothing spectacular either. However there's one very interesting thing - it will be powered by a…


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