2004 Ford Fiesta

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2004 Ford Fiesta
2004 Ford Fiesta
2004 Ford Fiesta
2004 Ford Fiesta
2004 Ford Fiesta
2004 Ford Fiesta
2004 Ford Fiesta
2004 Ford Fiesta
2004 Ford Fiesta

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Starting Price: ~ $8,350

  Ending Price: ~ $14,130

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2004 Ford Fiesta is one of the successful releases of Ford. In the database of Carweeks, available 2 modifications which released in 2004: Fiesta, Fiesta Zetec. The earliest available release of Ford Fiesta in our website is 1970.

Average buyers rating of Ford Fiesta for the model year 2004 is 5.0 out of 5.0 ( 4 votes).

At the release time, manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) for the basic version of 2004 Ford Fiesta is found to be ~ $8,350, while the most expensive one is ~ $14,130.

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