Interested in Ford’s new Fiesta ST pocket rocket? Then you’ll need to scrape up at least $22,195 – that’s how much dough you’ll have to spend to get your hands on a bare bones version of the new 197-hp 2014 Ford Fiesta ST when it hits U.S. streets later this year. The configurator for the new Fiesta ST and the rest of the updated 2014 Fiesta lineup has gone live, and with it we’re finally able to see just how much Ford is asking for its latest ST-badged subcompact and the car’s optional extras.
The 2014 Fiesta ST’s base price just undercuts the bigger and more powerful Focus ST, which starts at $24,495. The Fiesta ST comes standard with a 1.6-liter turbocharged I-4 which makes 197-hp and 214 lb-ft of torque, and a six-speed manual transmission. Notable options on the new hot hatch include gray wheels(!) for $375, navigation for $795, and Recaro buckets for $1995, making it one of the cheapest cars on the market with Recaro seats. Fully loaded, the Fiesta ST will ring in at $26,195. A similarly equipped Focus ST costs a hair over $30,000.
Though pricing for 2014 Fiestas equipped with the new 123-hp and148-lb-ft 1.0-liter turbocharged EcoBoost I-3 hasn’t been announced yet, Ford has released revised pricing for cars with the base 1.6-liter I-4, which makes 120-hp and 112 lb-ft of torque. Base Fiesta S sedans with a five-speed manual will start at $14,795, while base Fiesta S hatchbacks start at $15,395. Top-of-the-line Fiesta Titanium models equipped with the six-speed dual-clutch automatic go for $20,090 (sedan), and $20,690 (hatch).
You can spec-out your own 2014 Ford Fiesta over on Ford.com.