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    I am pretty close to the average, assuming the income is total household based. Since my wife stepped down from being a CEO, I am no longer close to RS territory. My dad is way off the RS mark with being 70 and semi-retired. He figured most RS owners were in their early 30's. Judging by the Fiesta ST Facebook groups, I was thinking the average age of a Fiesta ST owner was 16, or mentally 16.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRGT350 View Post
    Judging by the Fiesta ST Facebook groups, I was thinking the average age of a Fiesta ST owner was 16, or mentally 16.
    That is nasty. But after reading the post from someone wanting to video tape burnouts I have to agree.

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    my assumption is that the data is based on households. My assumption is based on the fact that when applying for loans, couples will typically both put their name down to use their combined income to meet the debt/income ratio.

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    yeah, I am pretty sure that is household
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    I will be 34 in two months and I fit in the average group as an IT Engineer. My only other close friend that has an ST (FoST) makes closer to 200k as a Civil Engineer.

    Even though I am in IT, my degree is in Finance and Tax Law (I bailed out of that field when I was 26), the thing I remember most from a professor was this: "There are two ways to get rich; 1- Make a shit load of money or 2- Dont spend all of your money"

    My wife and I make over 230k combined and she drives a 40k car (15 Ford Edge Sport) and I have the FiST that I bought used (17k). We definitely work hard to stay on Option 2. Sometimes we fail or have to have the newest this or that. It's especially hard when our neighbors have Range Rovers, Telsas and Porsches (I want to give in sometimes and be like @acceljunky).
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    I bought a Fiesta ST last year I'm well below that dollar amount at 27 years old. The entire Fiesta line seems like really nice car for the money. The ST was my only real option at a sporty brand NEW car. 0% and 300$ payments just make sence to fun people wanting a fun easy car everyday. Great value I think.

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    I was only making $35k a year when I bought my fist originally. Last year I double my pay, and got engaged, so if you count house hold income me and my Fiance' make about $110 a year. but we both drive cheaper cars have a smaller townhouse until we get married. I rather spend money on a house than an expensive car. Me and my Fiance both agree, we rather have the nicer house bigger area and go on more vacations than buy fancy ass cars and have a not so nice house or go on so many vacations.

    I loved my fist, cheap fast fun car. Now I drive a fusion sport. I will be buying another fist and just going straight to big turbo 350WHP area. I miss the turbo spool of the external waste gate. However, the sport is faster, I managed a 12.8 pass with just a tune on 93 OCT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 30packdlg View Post
    I bought a Fiesta ST last year I'm well below that dollar amount at 27 years old. The entire Fiesta line seems like really nice car for the money. The ST was my only real option at a sporty brand NEW car. 0% and 300$ payments just make sence to fun people wanting a fun easy car everyday. Great value I think.
    +1!!

    I'm ancient, and on a severely fixed budget, and those 0%, ZERO down, $295.00/month payments (for MANY years) are ALL I could afford, and even less than any of the 10%-15% loans I was offered for any of the used rides I was looking at (Balt SS turbo, high mile C6 Z06, lower mile C5 Z06, etc.).

    I have NO regrets, and I LOVE this car!!
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