2013 Ford Fiesta Gets Some Heavy Metal With The Titanium Package

By Blake Z. Rong | June 13, 2012
The 2013 Ford Fiesta is getting its options grouped neatly into packages, for easier consumer consumption. The base Ford Fiesta S gets the Convenience Package as an option, which includes keyless entry, auto-locking doors, and upgraded audio with CD and MP3 inputs. The package is $410, while the Fiesta S starts at $13,200 for the sedan, with a 5-speed manual and a choice of four dour colors. The Ford Fiesta SE adds cruise control, a six-speaker MP3-ready sound system, power windows and locks, and of course, Ford's SYNC with AppLink to the fray. A Value Package ($995) includes 15-inch aluminum wheels, satellite radio, ambient mood lighting to turn your Fiesta into a lava lamp, and parking lamps on the corners that definitely can't be mistaken for fog lights. This one starts at $15,200 for the sedan and a thousand more for the hatchback.
The big news for the Fiesta, however, is the addition of the Titanium package. This one adds even larger 16-inch wheels, satellite radio as standard, heated leather seats, metallic trim and leather steering wheel, and body-colored everything on the outside, which is handy as the Fiesta Titanium actually comes in more than four shades of monochrome. Further packages available for the Ford Fiesta Titanium include a Black Sport Appearance Package and an Interior Style Package. But the Titanium won't start cheap: at $18,200, it's comparable to the larger Focus and the most loaded of Hyundai Accents (which, this year, is also getting an upgrade).