The 2018 Ford Fiesta hatch starts off at $14,505 for the base S trim, with the SE priced at $15,735 and the range-topping Titanium coming in at $19,495. An $875 destination fee is applicable on all models. That pricing sees the Fiesta coming in cheaper in base trim than the Hyundai Accent hatch at $14,995, and cheaper than almost all segment rivals. But if you’re looking for the top-spec Titanium model, it’s near on $1,000 more than comparable top trims from rival brands. There are, however, several incentivized offers and special lease deals available on 2018 MY Ford Fiestas as dealers clear stock for the MY 2019.
Ford is offering a $2,750 incentive in the form of its Red Carpet Lease (RCL) Customer Cash offer. Take new retail delivery from any dealer stock before the 1st of April 2019 to qualify for this incentive.
Ford is also offering a choice between 0% APR for 60 months, or $3,000 cash back on 2018 Ford Fiestas.
Students and those who serve in the military or as first responders also qualify for incentives with $500 bonus cash available to those who qualify.
Buy a 2018 Ford Fiesta in cash and receive $2,500 off your purchase price.
All trim levels are also offered on special leasing deals with either a fixed APR of 2.9% for 85 months from $183/month for the Fiesta S Hatch. Alternatively, from $164/month with a $2,347 deposit for the Fiesta S Hatch, you can drive 10,500 annual miles for 39 months.
The base MSRP of the Ford Fiesta in S Hatch trim is cheaper than all rivals at $14,505, but it features steel wheels and does without front fog lamps, cruise control, or even electric windows. On the other hand, the fully loaded Fiesta Titanium Hatch features standard leather upholstery, SYNC 3 infotainment cruise control, reverse park sensors, and heated front seats. Throw in options like a moonroof, illuminated door sills, white platinum paint, and Sony HD audio, and it’s fully loaded for a price of $22,750 before incentives and destination charges.
|S Hatchback||1.6-liter Inline-4 Gas||5-Speed Manual (STD)||FWD||$14,287||$14,505|
|SE Hatchback||1.6-liter Inline-4 Gas||5-Speed Manual (STD)||FWD||$15,499||$15,735|
|Titanium Hatchback||1.6-liter Inline-4 Gas||PowerShift 6-Spd Auto with SelectShift (STD)||FWD||$19,203||$19,495|
While divided into three main trims, there are a range of options and packages available. The PowerShift automatic transmission is available on both S and SE models for $1,095, while it’s the standard gearbox on Titanium models. All models can be opted with the keyless entry keypad for just $95. Available on the SE Hatch, the SE Appearance Package will set you back $995 and includes 16-inch 8-spoke alloy wheels, chrome body detailing, SYNC 3, a 6.5-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality, two USB ports, and sport cloth seat trim. A cold weather package for the SE includes heated front seats, automatic climate control, and heated side mirrors. The cold weather package is standard on the Titanium model. On SE and Titanium models, a power moonroof is also available for the price of $795.
In the way of external paint colors, the S trim is limited to just three offerings, but SE and Titanium offer up to 9 colors to choose from, including Outrageous Green ($395), Hot Pepper Red ($395), and White Platinum ($595), while zero cost paint colors on offer are Shadow Black, Magnetic, Lightning Blue, Ingot Silver, Oxford White, and Bohai Bay Mint.