Has anyone here (In America) purchased an "ST line" Fiesta?

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I saw my third one this morning as I drove down State Street in Ann Arbor. It was, I believe, an orange spice color. In several months I have only seen just the three different ones.
 

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I saw my third one this morning as I drove down State Street in Ann Arbor. It was, I believe, an orange spice color. In several months I have only seen just the three different ones.
I haven't seen any at my local dealer
 
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I haven't seen any at my local dealer
I'm going to visit my selling dealership and find out when the order date cut off for Fiesta is. If it's been announced to dealers. I originally understood that production would end in May of 2019. But as we have all seen, Ford has been making many plan adjustments recently.
 
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I rolled up behind the forth ST line hatchback fiesta this morning on I-94. This trim package is trickling out. I almost caught up with it, but my exit came up and he was going almost 80. So, this is the best image I got.
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Very sharp. You have the closest thing to a Red/black edition as North America will ever see! What Sync system do you have?
 
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I am yet to see one in the new shade of green. The promotional image Ford published of a ST line hatchback in that shade was very striking. It will definitely be the rarest of the three shades of green offered. H&R suspension company had the sharpest looking modified Lime squeeze hatchback Fiesta .I see it still being used as a display and test vehicle at the Tire rack facility in South Bend, Indiana. Fiesta+ST+line+HR.jpg
 
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I just got one in white two weeks ago, I fooled an ST owner last week. I've received many compliments on how great it looks from young and old. I wish the red color came on the ST, but since it is unique to the ST-Line it won't fool anyone. Many dealerships have them in stock in California. I got mine for $12,977 which is hell of price for new one. I can only imagine how well I could have negotiated an ST for had I got one.
 
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Welcome to the forum! Post a couple of pictures soon. What Sync system do you have? I'm also curious about what brand of tires came on your new ST line? The 16 inch wheels are a nice upgrade that Ford should have offered a long time ago.
 

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Hello Scotman! Mine came with the Sync 3, and it also came with Hankook tires. I do like the wheels, but I am swapping them out soon for a mismatch of fifteen52 Turbomacs and Tarmacs. I am not the biggest fan of black wheels. So far so good though! Will post photos when I make the swap completely in about a week. That is all about what I plan to change on this car looks wise. I think it is perfect!
 
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Nice. I agree about black wheels. Also, I found that swapping in polyeurathane front sway bar frame bushings are a nice upgrade at a low cost. Then add adjustable end links and you have a great handling upgrade with little to no ride degradation.If you are looking to sell the 16 inch wheels, pm me a $. I have several pints of silver paint to fix that color issue.
 

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Saw one at my dealer the other day, had to do a double take because it looked exactly like an ST from the outside.

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