Heralding the arrival of Ford's centennial special editions, the only car to be stepping into this summer is Ford’s stylish Fiesta Black. Following on from previous successful seasons, the £10,595 Black limited edition is back for the fashion-conscious small car buyer.
Fiesta Black is based on the three-door, 1.4-litre Zetec with the addition of some superb accessories. There are over £1,500 of extras including Panther Black metallic paint, black leather seats (not currently available on any other Fiesta model), unique 15" alloy wheels, a chrome grille, silver centre-console trim and the designer ‘Black’ label, subtly added to the tailgate. It is also equipped with power front windows, body-coloured bumpers, perimeter alarm, remote central double locking, heated windscreen, driver and passenger airbags, air-conditioning and a CD player.
"Alongside its cheeky curves and solid stance, the luxuriant features that the ‘Black’ label brings will make the experience of driving a Fiesta all the more fun and enjoyable," says Jacquie Pavitt, Fiesta brand manager. "Combined with Fiesta’s unshakeable reputation for dependability, these chic features enable us to offer customers the chance to feel fabulous in a Fiesta."
A limited production of this model will be available, so the discerning shopper should keep an eye out for the Fiesta Black from July.Published 28 June 2003