That is some of the same reasons why we choose this color. Less of a parking lot magnet!I really think that this is the best and most classy color for the US-spec Fiesta. It doesn't shout "look at me!" like Lime Squeeze, Yellow, or Red, but it also isn't flat like black, white, or silver. Plus, since it's a dark color, it'll look great after waxing.
The caption identifies it as a German Fiesta, so I wouldn't rely on that one. The paints from Europe aren't exactly the same as the ones here.Is this one (and the one after it) the grey color? Ford Fiesta Photos | Facebook
I want to see it in various light conditions before ordering... I think dealerships will only have one or two Fiestas on the lots for test driving in the near future, which I also assume will be green or magenta.
Here's an article with a lot of pictures for you.Yes, and most of those Facebook pictures are Euro produced versions... hence my request for more pictures. More more more! ;b
Nice pictures I noticed yours came from Mullinax that is where I am getting mine also but at the Apopka location.Got her last night--too late for pics. Got pics first thing this morning.
She's an SES 5-sp manual with upgrade, leather, and sunroof.
Getting tinted today--mandatory in S. Florida, esp. with a dark color.
I think this color is very sophisticated and doesn't scream "look at me". I think of her as a baby Lincoln. The SYNC is awesome!
Other than the tint, a rear spoiler is coming soon. Possibly some 17" wheels after that.
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