UK motorists can now select the ST Line for the Fiesta and Focus models image

The Blue Oval company has recently introduced in Great Britain the new ST Line versions for the Fiesta subcompact and Focus compact – bringing the design of the sporty versions to lesser variants.

If the standard Fiesta and Focus aren’t sporty enough for your tastes and you live in the UK there’s a new option from now on – the ST Line. Also, if you choose this one you won’t have to pay the premium that is needed to bring home the true ST models. The ST Line brings a host of visual tweaks – the front end has a honeycomb design for the trapezoidal grille, dark fog lamp surrounds, and a bumper lip spoiler if you opt for the Fiesta or a bumper insert for the Focus. Both models get treated to unique 17-inch metallic grey wheels and have a black beltline to compliment the ST Line badging and a roof-mounted spoiler. There’s also a rear diffuser element for both the Fiesta and Focus.

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The cabin has been treated to sport seats with red stitching, perforated-leather wrapped steering wheel with grey stitching, and other highlights include an ST-style gear knob, scuff plates, and a dark woven headliner. The ST Line can be had when choosing the three- and five-door Fiesta, and you can select the turbocharged 1.0-liter three-cylinder EcoBoost engine in 100-, 125-, and 140-hp to go along. These will be linked to a five-speed manual transmission and diesel fans will have to contend to the 95-hp 1.5-liter TDCI linked to a regular five-speeder as well. The Focus compact can be had in ST Line form when selecting the 125-hp version of the 1.0-liter engine or the bigger 1.5-liter EcoBoost sporting either 150 hp or 182 hp versions. The turbodiesel range is larger here – the 1.5-liter will be offered in the 120-hp variant and if that’s not enough there’s always the option of the 150-hp 2.0-liter TDCI. Going for the Focus means you’ll be able to select between six-speed automatic or manual gearboxes.