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10-03-2014 11:50 AM
felixthecat
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Originally Posted by Mr Orange SVT View Post
Definitely agree because I just priced out a new ST and it came out to $29,900 before taxes. I think an RS would definitely be a lot more (>$31k) and as the chart shows there are very few willing to spend that kind of money.
Wow, pretty spendy. Seems like that's between the wrx & sti pricing.
07-10-2014 01:21 PM
Mr Orange SVT
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Originally Posted by RonMaiden View Post
This thread is so old it farts dust and really isn't relevant to the current itineration of the RS.
Definitely agree because I just priced out a new ST and it came out to $29,900 before taxes. I think an RS would definitely be a lot more (>$31k) and as the chart shows there are very few willing to spend that kind of money.
07-10-2014 01:06 PM
Mr Orange SVT
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Originally Posted by felixthecat View Post
Could be, I like mechanical grip over electronic setups. Does everthing have to be electronic or am I getting old to fast???
I right there with you. One less electronic controller is a good thing. I wish we could still do a radio delete as a selection.
07-06-2014 08:11 AM
ramayer I had to say I would not buy one (as there was no price selection for I would wait till the previous owner was done with it and buy it for alot less) I usually buy other peoples problems/junk then try to give it a few more years before it goes off to become a container for baked beans!
07-03-2014 05:40 PM
Rizzydee I was reading something on this. Focus owners are so niche its hard for Ford to bring it to the US. Most focus owners out there are a the grocery getters. Unfortunately we are the minority. And yes if you get on a post about the Focus RS of course it looks like everyone wants one, but that is a biased polling base :) Not sure this will ever happen, but hopefully the success of the ST will nudge Ford in the right direction.
07-02-2014 02:13 PM
felixthecat
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BBK has a small chance, torsen - not much.

When I see a review of the latest McLaren 650S at $265,500 and it uses brake modulation for slip control ("electronic LSD") you know factory mechanical units are on the way out.
Could be, I like mechanical grip over electronic setups. Does everthing have to be electronic or am I getting old to fast???
06-30-2014 06:15 PM
sailor BBK has a small chance, torsen - not much.

When I see a review of the latest McLaren 650S at $265,500 and it uses brake modulation for slip control ("electronic LSD") you know factory mechanical units are on the way out.
06-29-2014 01:50 PM
felixthecat
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An RS will happen but probably won't be available in the US especially with the updated ST just out and the new Mustang turbo 4 debuting.
Thats realisty what I'm thinking also^^^^^^^^ I'd rather see a bbk & a torsen as a option pkg then the visual update.
06-29-2014 01:44 PM
RonMaiden An RS will happen but probably won't be available in the US especially with the updated ST just out and the new Mustang turbo 4 debuting.
06-29-2014 12:05 PM
felixthecat
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After all this time, this thread is still alive, eh?

Here's to hoping for a 2015 or so RS!
Yea, you can hope for a '15 rs, but realisty its not going to happen. Ford's busy getting their only rwd car going & I would too. Next move I'd say is for Ford to bring out a track pack for the ST(BBK & a Torsen) & possible 23 motor for it.
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