Ford motor Company today announced two new centenary special editions, Focus Ink and Fiesta Flame.
Super Model Jodie Kidd, who recently beat both Jeremy Clarkson and Ferrari enthusiast Jay Kay by setting the fastest time around the Top Gear racetrack, features in Ford's Focus Ink campaign, which describes the sporty car as the ultimate fashion accessory.Ford Focus Ink
Based on the zesty 1.6 litre Zetec, the Ford Focus Ink is available in both three and five door body styles. It comes with Ink Blue metallic paint, ABS, unique alloy wheels, stainless steel wire mesh front grille, black leather trim, air conditioning, power heated mirrors and 'Quickclear' heated front screen.
From the 1st August 2003 until the end of September 2003 Focus Ink is available with zero per cent finance, subject to 35 per cent deposit or £500 deposit allowance. Prices start from £13,375.Ford Fiesta Flame
Based on the 1.4 litre Zetec, Fiesta Flame is available in both three and five door and in a choice of five metallic colours. Flame is boosted by the addition of 'Quickclear' heated front screen and power heated mirrors as well as remote central locking and perimeter alarm. The interior has a silver effect instrument panel and black gear knob completing its sporty looks. From the 1st August 2003 until the end of September 2003 customers also benefit from free air conditioning.
Prices start from £9,495 and customers over the age of 21 also benefit from 1 years free insurance from the 1st August 2003 until the end of September 2003.
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