If anyone takes delivery of an ST without recaros please post a review of those seats. Im having a hard time justifying paying 2k for seats.
Thank you sir. But I live in central Florida. So for me, it is just high bolstered seats.Remember it is seats, heated seats, and heated side mirrors.
One would hope that the non recaro ST seats are still different/better than stock fiesta seats. We shall have to wait and see. Adding the recaros requires another $200 down and $30 a month over 5 years. Makes the car go from a bargain to why didn't you just buy a wrx territory.From what I have noticed, other cars that offer Recaros as an option usually charge about the same, or more, for the seats. If you buy them aftermarket, you can easily spend $2k on just the front seats alone through Ford Racing or getting a Sparco/Recaro aftermarket seat.
Some cars offers Recaro's standard, but they're quite a bit more than $24,000. I've sat in the regular Fiesta and Focus seats - you get what you pay for.
Thank you. Looks like I need to save up some more money.The base Fiesta ST seats are the same as the non-ST Fiesta seats. See this thread:
Once those cats wrap their ST around a pole then I can afford to buy their recaros from the junkyard. :good:StateFarm quoted me the same price as for a Titanium, but they said they had 'no data' on the ST. My guess is, even if I'm lucky, once a few idiots wrap them around poles my rates will go up. Auto insurance rates are certainly a mystery to most people, but it's always the cheap, fast cars that have the highest rates.