2013 Ford Fiesta Features

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When Ford launched the Fiesta a couple of model years ago, it went against the small-car grain in offering a number of larger-car amenities in a small-car package. Now for 2013 Ford has made the package more competitive in the small-car market by streamlining the Fiesta into three models--S, SE, and Titanium--with the S model more focused for value-minded shoppers.

With the Fiesta S starting at just $13,995, you get air conditioning and a 40-watt sound system with aux-input and four speakers. Add a Convenience Package and you can get keyless entry and an upgraded sound system even on that model.

Available leather seats and Ford's SYNC interface go a long way to erase any econobox impression.

Next up is the SE, which adds keyless entry, power windows, Ford's Sync hands-free connectivity system, steering-wheel audio controls, a trip computer, and upgraded sound. Then top-of-the-line Titanium models, which start at around $18k, earn up to painted alloy wheels, extra chrome trip, LED running lamps, heated mirrors, heated leather seats, push-button start, and an ambient lighting system. Remote start is optional, and several sport appearance packages can add some spice to the look.

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