If you’re looking for a sporty model, but also need a practical car for getting you around every day, it’s worth your while browsing the Ford ST-Line range. Building on the core Ford series, ST-Line is an optional trim level that transforms the car of your choice into one made for the racetrack.
From the lower bumpers to the addition of spoilers and eye-catching ST-Line badges, there are athletic styling cues across the models. You will find revised grilles for a more striking on-road presence and unique alloy wheel designs too. Inside, it feels just as sporty with a flat-bottomed steering wheel, sports seats and more ST-Line badges.
As a trim level in itself, every feature in the ST-Line equipment list comes as standard. You can make it even more personalised to suit you with optional additions. The ST-Line specification is available on the Fiesta, Mondeo, Focus and Kuga.
Inside, red-trimmed sports seats enhance your performance behind the wheel, providing the support your back needs for a fast performance. They also set the correct position for you to get the best view ahead. A touchscreen lets you stay connected while on the move, and the digital display for the speed and other performance stats brings a modern edge to your drive.
The real difference between the ST-Line and the other trim levels is what it does for your car’s performance. Sports suspension offers a livelier performance and lowers the chassis to make you feel more connected to the road for sharper handling. They are powered by Ford’s signature EcoBoost petrol engines, ranging from 98bhp to 138bhp, depending on the model you choose.
Thanks to the sports suspension, the ST-Line editions sit closer to the ground for a lower centre of gravity. This improves agility, making cornering more accurate and giving the car a surefooted feel.
To discover the Ford ST-Line cars, visit Birchwood Ford in Eastbourne, Halland and Hastings. You can contact us in advance online using the enquiry form or Live Chat, or over the phone to book a test drive in a specific model.