2014 Ford Fiesta ST: More Photos

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The 2014 Ford Fiesta ST — the new hot-hatch version of the subcompact car — injects some Euro-style excitement into the U.S. economy market with exciting performance courtesy of its 197-horsepower, 1.6-liter four-cylinder and sporty suspension and handling. The track-ready spirit extends to the Fiesta's aggressive styling, including a new grille, blacked-out headlights and 17-inch wheels. Inside, Recaro sport seats punctuate the performance point.

Click here for our First Drive of the Fiesta ST, and check out the photo gallery below.

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

2014 Ford Fiesta ST

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Comments 

Denver Dogg

It's time for automakers (Ford, Honda) to bring the automatic transmission to these hot hatches and quick compact cars. Not everyone wants to drive a car like an enthusiast.

Anonymous Guy

I also loathe the thought of a five door sporty vehicle. Do the manufacturers think we're going to haul around three extra people every time we leave the driveway so they give us four narrow doors to climb through? I'd much rather have only two doors that are longer so getting in and out is easier and you don't have the "B" pillar right beside your head while driving so visibility is hindered as well.

On the rare occasion I have extra passengers, they can squeeze into the back. The only person that counts is me, the driver, it's my car.

Drew

@Denver Dogg - so you're saying that not everyone who buys the enthusiast trim wants to drive like an enthusiast?

Six

If you want two big doors and an automatic, drive a Mustang.

hamish

never buy a ford fiesta, I ahve a fully loaded 2012 SES, the dual clutch trasmission is garbage is stutters and stumbles, problems with the car and ford will not replace the transmission nor will they continue fixing it after a second opinion at another dealer. Never buy a ford. Service sucks. Also the dealer damaged my car twice and still have not fixed the issue after a few weeks - still chasing them.

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