Leather Seats, Sunroof(s), Front Seat Heaters, Cruise Control, Auxiliary Audio Input, Alloy Wheels
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 78K Miles, Gray/Tan
This car is a perfect all around vehicle, it's a great commuter with excellent power, it is an incredible handling track car and I haven't had an issue. There's also tons of cargo room when you put the seats down. And it has excellent aesthetics! There's a huge aftermarket following on this vehicle and there's tons of companies making great aftermarket parts for these vehicles. Do yourself a favor and get an ST they're a blast!
The car in general is a good car... BUT The "Ford Power Shift Automatic Transmission" is a hybrid between an automatic and a manual, with a clutch. The car shudders when shifting, lags between gears, and shifts hard. It is also noisy and sounds like there's loose parts. Ford has a FIELD SERVICE ACTION (FSA) for the clutch and computer controlling the transmission. If you take it to Ford, they will replace the clutch free of charge, but it takes 6 weeks to get the part ordered. Truthfully, my car has been running better since I go the new clutch a couple of weeks ago. But I believe buyers should be CLEARLY INFORMED that the car they are about to buy has a transmission that they've never heard of before.
The smooth and instant acceleration for jumping on the freeway, out performs my old Camero, but about equal with my old Eclipse. I've always switched car brands at $30,000 but after test driving a lot of other current new brands/models, I'm still shopping because this car doesn't feel like a small engine while equal engines of other makes, make it so obvious. The gas milage is great too! Cosmetically, I also love the white top stitching on seats..... All the chrome the Titanium has, grabs the attention of everyone that gets into my car. The screen is big but doesn't stick out like a sore thumb like my friends luxury cars either. the only reason I don't 5 stars is the city driving acceleration has an occasional flaw...