The 2011 Ford Fiesta has been pressing the case that it is a hip, happening vehicle with a low cost point, the sub-compact finally return to North American dealerships. This campaign works as a serious contrast to the reputation that Fiesta name earned 30 years ago when the Ford product sold in the United States. In fact, I remembered one Latino comedian’s stand up act referring to the Ford Fiesta as a vehicle for people who lack any life aspirations.
In the 2011 model, the application of a 118 horsepower, double overhead cam four-cylinder engine and an optional dual-clutch PowerShift transmission provides at least a mild seasoning to the emerging American B-segment market. For a more acquired motorist taste buds, Ford Accessories have arranged upgrade components that can add some extra spice to the already hot Ford Fiesta. Introduced in time as the first Fiesta hatchbacks and sedans arrive in showrooms, Ford Accessories offers an array of custom enhancements for the car’s exterior and interior.
Ranging from simpler add-ons to some exciting appearance parts, the Ford Accessories catalog suggests a multitude of ways for the direction of Fiesta’s personality. Starting with utilitarian choices, a variety of cargo solutions accessories range from a modest cargo net to large, soft cargo organizers up to 37 inches long by 14 inches wide. When the truck of the Fiesta sedan or the cargo hold area of the hatchback is exceeded, roof-area storage includes a standard cargo container along with ski/snowboard and kayak carriers.
Back inside the Fiesta interior, Ford Accessories can also heighten the sport feel through several dress-up items. Featuring stainless steel door sills and aluminum foot pedals, the sub-compact car interior can also benefit from illuminated goodies including door sill panels as well as a lit shifter knob. For under $320.00, the interior lighting package adds ambient illumination around the foot wells and within the cup holder through. Using LEDs that casts a selection of 7 colours, lighting can also be augmented to the mood of driver and front passenger.
With modest items available such as decals or the custom locking lug nuts for $42.00, a full gusto tuner treatment can also be added through a Ford Accessories body kit. Covering 10 shades in the 2011 Ford Fiesta exterior colour palette, body kit packages are 4-piece bolt-ons which will magnificently add a lower-riding look. Added with the rear deck spoiler, your Ford Fiesta will be quite an attraction for vehicle garnering up to 40 miles per gallon highway. However, some buyers may want to leverage their fuel-savings along with the Fiesta’s low selling price when considering the pricier items in the Ford Accessories catalog.
Adding pleasing styling touches, accessories and dress-up items for your 2011 Ford Fiesta can be quite a celebration inside the usually passionless sub-compact car buying experience.
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