I recently bought 16" alloys off a Fiesta mk 7 Zetec for my Fiesta mk6.5 to replace the hub caps it was one.
Personally I think that they look really good on my car, but I have been through hell and back with my experience, so I thought I would just post to give a heads up to anyone looking at buying alloys for/ off the mk7 Fiesta.
I bought the alloys off a girl who had bought new after market alloys for her car. They looked like they were in good shape with very little gutter rash on them, so purchased them and was happy with my choice in alloys.
And then the hell begun when I went to put new tires on them and was told the 175/45 - 16 is a strange size tire so choice halves and the price jumps up straight away just to put tires on the stupid things. I decided on Hankooks and must admit I am very happy with them, super grippy in the dry and wet, quiet and give a nice sport drive.
Then a week later I took my car back due to a slight wobble through the steering wheel. I assumed my alignment was out but it turns out I had buckles in 4 of 4 alloys! Major blow. I had a look into it and turns out Fiesta alloys are super soft and buckle easily. I phoned multiple alloys refurbishers and most don't touch them due to their softness and the probability of them breaking during the rerolling process.
I finally got them rerolled (3 perfectly done and 1 almost 100%) and had a balance done to minimise the slight buckle. Now 4 weeks after buying my alloys my wallet is a lot lighter than when I started and my alloys are finally on and in good working order.
I just thought I'd post to give people a heads up if they are thinking about buying Fiesta alloys second hand. They are super fragile and prone to buckles, so triple check for buckles when buying second hand!
Just to sweeten the deal if anyone has buckled alloys on a Fiesta - Ford's best advice is, we will sell you new ones for $4000/ £2300