UK Gets Ford Fiesta Centura Special Edition
Part of its British centenary celebrations, Ford has announced this week a special edition of its funky Fiesta model, dubbed Centura. The model is based on the Zetec trim level of the Fiesta and comes with a tiny 1.25-liter gasoline engine that produces 81 hp.
This special edition is distinguished by the metallic black paint, LED daytime running lights as well as chrome mirror and door caps. In addition, it also packs 16-inch alloys that have a 7-spoke design, along with automatic windscreen wipers and headlamps, a parking camera that has been installed in the rear-view mirror, plus reverse parking sensors.
You will be able to get the car only in the aforementioned metallic black paint (a reminder of the Ford Model T) and this special edition is available for both the 3- and 5-door versions, with prices starting from 13,395 pounds for the first variant and 13,995 pounds for the one with two more doors.
Sales will commence at the end of this month and Ford has announced that they will be rolling out only 1000 units so grab one while you still can because if we learned something from these special editions, is the fact that they are very desirable among car buyers.
Source: Ford UK via Autocar.co.uk
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