What's your 'Out the Door' price?

Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Sales and Service' started by WRC Fan, Aug 21, 2013.

  1. Ben

    Ben Member

    I'm paying $22,500 from an MSRP of $26,400. I did not get any extra options (the extra cost is because it's being shipped from a U.S. port to Germany). I was able to get military pricing, $900 off with a military discount, and an additional $500 off with a student discount (The student program advertises for 2014, but it will work for 2015 models and delivery dates).
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  3. tech_geek

    tech_geek New Member

    Paid $20,300 OTD for a base 2014 ST in San Diego.
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  4. Bronzit

    Bronzit New Member

    My 05/29-ordered 2015 Molten Orange 2015 ST (which I'm naming, "Tangelo") arrived & I drove her home Friday, 09/26. After driving it a few days to get used to it, I LOVE this little 'Hot Hatch'! It seems that I have a lot to learn about what she has to offer! My iPhone 5S/64Gb paired up & plays automatically, very easily.

    My OTD cost was $26,016.90 w/tax, license, & other necessary So. Calif. fees. I opted for services & other options @ signing that added $5,808.72 more, figuring @ 72, I'm not going to be doing much -if any- work on her myself anymore, and I can afford it. So that $24,421.69 as-advertised price with Molten Orange paint, moonroof, and Smoke Gray Recaros (no nav. but w/My Ford Touch/Sony sound system) quickly climbs to a bottom-line of $32,573.30. My 2004 Mystichrome Cobra will now stay parked & protected most of the time. My Madeline likes Tangelo so much that I can see here thinking real hard about replacing her 2001 540ia w/a Performance Blue one for herself!

    Our youngest Daughter Jen took it for a drive & LOVES it, too! So Ol' Dad scores 1 for us oldsters! Who sez you have to be a young person to like this Fiesta ST? I am looking forward to doing some upgrades, but just not loud ones.


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  5. Jack DeAndrade

    Jack DeAndrade New Member

    $17,895 OTD
    Performance Blue


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  6. hollywood

    hollywood Member

    Awesome! Did you buy new?
  7. Jack DeAndrade

    Jack DeAndrade New Member


    Yes and no....
    The dealer sold it to a guy, he took it home on a Friday, brought it back on Monday with super low miles after he figured out he couldn't afford it. I had been watching this car, saw it had been sold and then saw it when it re-appeared. I visited the dealership and they were keen to deal - I got a smoking deal on my trade in, the monthly I had to have and a great car with no miles on it. Super happy.


    Lots of cool, old, folksy houses and cabins in South Carolina!
  8. danm429

    danm429 New Member

    $23k OTD here in Texas
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  10. hollywood

    hollywood Member

    Lookin' good! Love the white. :thumbsup: I almost went for it, since white gives you so many options as far as striping goes.
  11. InsTwin

    InsTwin Member

    2015 tuxedo-black Fiesta ST with recaros, moonroof, navigation and premium wheels, including TTD, $23,500.

    MSRP $25,700
    Last edited: Nov 22, 2014
  12. I think I didn't get a good deal, Oh well.. Plus they didn't give me the $1000 factory rebate, I wonder If I can still get that after I already signed the contract

    Base 2015 no options
    6 years extended warranty

    24k OTD
  13. BlackBird

    BlackBird Active Member Staff Member

    Ouch. That's pretty rough.
  14. Ben

    Ben Member

    I didn't get the best deal either, especially since I had to pay to ship mine from Baltimore to Germany. Still, it was cheaper than buying one from a Dutch dealer. Here the ST MSRPs for € 26,015 = $31,900. So, I'll be okay paying $21,800 to have a US model shipped.
  15. That's $2200 fess and taxes

    I also opted for 6 year warranty and GAP
  16. I still think USA has the cheapest cars for sale around. Im ok with my deal, although I think I could have done better, didnt bother looking up for rebates until I get home with my FiST.
  17. Ben

    Ben Member

    I could have done better too... but not without flying to the states (away from home, as I grew up in California), buying the car cheap, and shipping it over. Even having started the process in October, I still won't actually receive my car until February, which is a long enough wait. Looking up the rebates helped me out quite a bit. The taxes add up, and I chose not to take my dealer's $1999 7 year warranty. It all works out, as long as you're happy with your car.

  18. Correct, But just to make me feel good. Im going to cancel the warranty. lol Im good with the factory warranty so I'll be saving right around $1200 from my total
  19. hollywood

    hollywood Member

    I'm debating on whether to trade my Molten Orange for a GHI Green. There's a dealer near me with a new 2014 (yes, 2014) green still on the lot. Has recaros, sunroof, navigation, everything. I don't see any big rebates though. They should be anxious to get this green monster off their lot, correct? I remember seeing it on their website when I bought my Molten Orange last August.
  20. hoody979

    hoody979 New Member

    24.5k OTD for a' 15 FiST with Recaros and rim upgrade. he said it would be around 22k without Recaros. that's including the 1k rebate.
  21. jeffreylund

    jeffreylund New Member

    $24K out the door with Recaros as only option. this includes shipping from CONUS.

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