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#1 Ronnie Roberts

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Posted 25 April 2009 - 07:30 PM

Has anybody got a picture of a hot magenta Fiesta Titanium with X pack and Dress Kit?

I have one with X pack but no dress kit and before i part with my cash i wanna see one!!!

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#2 gadgetman

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Posted 25 April 2009 - 07:56 PM

http://s574.photobuc...s190/kenwood53/

If this link works here are some pics of my motor.
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#3 Ronnie Roberts

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Posted 25 April 2009 - 09:30 PM

cheers m8! never seen one in hot magenta, I work at ford dealership but the zetec S and titanium with dress kits are rare at the mo and its a lot of money to spend! im geussing u added the X on the boot?

im running the 1.6 tdci with x pack at the min but was thinking of getting the petrol 1.6 ti-vct engine but never driven one yet... anybody had much experience with them?

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Posted 28 April 2009 - 07:07 PM

cheers m8! never seen one in hot magenta, I work at ford dealership but the zetec S and titanium with dress kits are rare at the mo and its a lot of money to spend! im geussing u added the X on the boot?

im running the 1.6 tdci with x pack at the min but was thinking of getting the petrol 1.6 ti-vct engine but never driven one yet... anybody had much experience with them?


Wicked--I've got the petrol one and I'm really pleased with it.

Have a look at the photos below:

Fiesta

Fiesta 2

Fiesta 3

Now the engine's beginning to loosen up slightly, I'm finding it more responsive and it's certainly not frightened of high revs........in fact it loves revving.......... B) B)

#5 Ronnie Roberts

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Posted 01 May 2009 - 09:03 PM

Just ordered one todaty at work! I got....

Fiesta Titanium 3 Door
1.6 TDCI
Full Dress Kit
Titanium X Pack
Tech Pack
Rear Park Assist
in Hot Magenta!

Will post a pix when i get it but will look exact same as urs! juts its a tdci! there a nice engine in the focus and are nice for over takin.. drop it a cog and boot it! i went for the tdci just dor running costs in saying that its quite a torque engine!

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Posted 02 May 2009 - 04:45 PM

Just ordered one todaty at work! I got....

Fiesta Titanium 3 Door
1.6 TDCI
Full Dress Kit
Titanium X Pack
Tech Pack
Rear Park Assist
in Hot Magenta!

Will post a pix when i get it but will look exact same as urs! juts its a tdci! there a nice engine in the focus and are nice for over takin.. drop it a cog and boot it! i went for the tdci just dor running costs in saying that its quite a torque engine!


Good man--I thought about the diesel but rejected it as diesel is more expensive and it would take me about 3 years to recover the cost.......... :rolleyes:

I liked the power start part and would have had it if it'd been available without the keyless bit...too many horror stories for my liking about keyless. :(

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Posted 02 May 2009 - 04:49 PM

Good man--I thought about the diesel but rejected it as diesel is more expensive and it would take me about 3 years to recover the cost.......... :rolleyes:

I liked the power start part and would have had it if it'd been available without the keyless bit...too many horror stories for my liking about keyless. :(




omg Mr. Hedgepigs!

I'm getting the keyless, what horrors are occuring??

Am i doomed?

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Posted 02 May 2009 - 04:55 PM

omg Mr. Hedgepigs!

I'm getting the keyless, what horrors are occuring??

Am i doomed?


Not on Fords that I know of anyway.

My mate had a Mercedes with keyless and when that went wrong he called the AA out thinking they could repair it.

WRONG--the car had to be towed back to a Mercedes dealer for rectification---major cost incurred.

Another mate had a Nissan Micra with keyless that developed starting problems........so I vowed that I'd stick to standard ignition key cars but I would have liked the power start though.

I think that's cool! B)

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Posted 02 May 2009 - 05:04 PM

Not on Fords that I know of anyway.

My mate had a Mercedes with keyless and when that went wrong he called the AA out thinking they could repair it.

WRONG--the car had to be towed back to a Mercedes dealer for rectification---major cost incurred.

Another mate had a Nissan Micra with keyless that developed starting problems........so I vowed that I'd stick to standard ignition key cars but I would have liked the power start though.

I think that's cool! B)



Thank you for your swift reply Mr. Hedgepigs... This does sound a bit scary, although im glad there have been no Ford cases yet. Its got to be a warranty repair even if something does go wrong, and i have maxed the warranty out so i should be safe...

Blimey though, imagine if there was a dog in the car and the keyless broke!

Let this be a lesson to those cold evil bar stewards that put their dogs in their car.

Although the power start should be cool, I have a feeling I may miss using the key...

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Posted 02 May 2009 - 05:38 PM

:o its pink in the car!!!!!!! that is AMAZING! *has fallen in love*

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Posted 03 May 2009 - 12:13 PM

:o its pink in the car!!!!!!! that is AMAZING! *has fallen in love*


????????????? :unsure:

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Posted 03 May 2009 - 07:52 PM

thats the only bit i never really took to was the mauve coloured dash... looks nice in some cars and shockin in others....

I only got the tdci as i work at dealer so got car at VERY nice price hehe! got the tech pack which gave me the bluetooth and push button start... keyless aint really of any intrest but was cheaper to get the tech pack than push button and bluetooth on its own!!

Still no build date on it tho! will be chasing them up tmw!

Was reading things about puma speed and few other companys havin ecu remaps takin it uoto 115-118bhp.... would be a nice upgrade as the focus 110bhp is a nice drive!

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Posted 03 May 2009 - 10:03 PM

Wicked--I've got the petrol one and I'm really pleased with it.

Have a look at the photos below:

Fiesta

Fiesta 2

Fiesta 3

Now the engine's beginning to loosen up slightly, I'm finding it more responsive and it's certainly not frightened of high revs........in fact it loves revving.......... B) B)



Sorry to bother you Mr. Hedgepigs, but why aren't your parking sensors colour coded? I am getting parking sensors with mine, but then again mine is black so shouldnt be too noticeable anyway. Do you also have front sensors? Does anybody have front sensors for that matter? If so can you post pics of what these look like?

Ta!

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Posted 05 May 2009 - 02:47 PM

was just wondering that myself! usually there colour coded on the outside and the middle 2 are black... after market? or dealer fitted?

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Posted 06 May 2009 - 05:35 PM

I'm getting mine done by the dealer. My car is black. What are they going to look like? My dealer said they will be colour coded. I hope so!

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