Interested in building a 2011 Ford Fiesta online? Ford now offers its online configurator for the 2011 Fiesta. With the five-speed manual sedan starting at $13,995 (including $675 for destination), the Fiesta fits almost any budget.
In sedan form, the Fiesta is available in three trims, the S, SE, and SES. All Fiestas are available with a five-speed manual or six-speed dual-clutch transmission. A base Fiesta S sedan starts at the $13,995 price tag, while one with the six-speed auto starts at $15,065.
The SE sedan adds standard remote keyless entry and a chrome-accented grille, and it retails for $14,995 ($16,065, if you want the six-speed), about $1000 over the S. And the top-of-the-line sedan, the SEL, adds Ford’s Sync technology, 16-inch aluminum wheels, and Sirius satellite radio. Pricing is exactly $2000 higher than the SE, coming in at $16,995 for the manual and $18,065 when paired to an automatic transmission.
Pricing for the slightly more upscale four-door hatchback starts at $15,795 for an SE with the five-speed manual, and $16,895 with for an SE with the six-speed automatic. The SES hatchback is similar to the SEL sedan in that it features 16-inch alloy-wheels, Sync, and Sirius radio. Pricing for the SES is $17,795 in manual form and $18,895 for the automatic.
Leather seats can be added to SES and SEL models for a reasonable $715. SES and SEL models can also be fitted with heated front seats, chrome accents, and a push button start for an additional $795. Vehicles with a manual transmission can be equipped with a $390 Illuminated Interior package, which features lighted door sills and an illuminated shift knob.
Ford’s launching a reservation system for the Fiesta, and if you happen to reserve an SE model now, Ford will throw in Sync and an uplevel audio system for free (normally a $595 option).