i'm actually looking forward to the keyless entry/start, never had it before and i HATE fiddling with keys on a cold day!Besides all the obvious performance stuff, I've gotta admit there's 2 little things I absolutely LOVE.
First - the keyless entry/start. I don't know about anybody else, but I commute quite a bit and always have a bag or two in my hands. Digging keys out of my pocket and fumbling with them is an annoyance I'll be happy to be rid of.
Second - the sound symposer. I fully expected to hate this but I think Ford got it just right. If it were a fake tone pumped through the stereo (like other manufacturers do) I'd have to hate it just on principle. The fact that its the actual engine noise being fed into the cabin somehow makes it acceptable.
I'm in total agreement with you in these two points!i'm actually looking forward to the keyless entry/start, never had it before and i HATE fiddling with keys on a cold day!
and never new the symposer was natural noise channeled into the cabin, thought it was artificial. good to know!
None of the above. My favorite feature of the FiST is the copious amounts of boost (and torque) at 2200 rpm. LOLLet's hear what will be your favorite feature of the Fiesta ST - is it the color choices & combinations, sound (outside) or sound (inside such as the radio, subs, speakers), the interior, etc...
I actually like the stock shifter compared to my outgoing '11 Mazdaspeed 3 (and that one even had a Corksport shift plate on it similar design to Mountune's for our FiST). I may just end up leaving the shifter alone... unless I get bored.. boredom always seems to get pushed aside when modifying.. so who really knows? LMAO.Either the Recaro seats or the shifter. I thought my MS3 shifter felt great, but this thing feels like butter.