No one has mentioned the real issue here. Did you purchase the Fiesta or did a loan company or bank purchase it for you, and you have to make big payments for years?
If you owe a lot of money on the Fiesta, one word describes trading it now. That word is “dumb!” A recent loan on a car often means you owe more than it is worth on trade-in. We get posters from time to time who are really financially messed up on a long-term basis because they decided to trade-in a car worth less than they paid for it.
And, what happens if in two months you lose your job and can’t find another one for a very long time? You will be walking or riding a bicycle.
Or, what happens if you do make the trade and in a year or two, you “feel” like a different car again? There are a lot of people who do just that. I knew some years ago a Cuban refugee who traded every six months. He was a total mess. And, most times after he traded, he realized he liked the old one better anyway.
On the other hand, if you are loaded (with money) then it doesn’t matter. Do whatever you “feel” like doing. Most of us have to look at the financial disaster that comes from trying to find ourselves. And, the fact you asked tells me you probably are not loaded.
Maturity often means learning to be patient and wait until the correct time for something comes, instead of a too common viewpoint called “instant gratification.”
I just remembered old Carl Kruger. I worked with him many years ago, then he died in his 60’s. He once told us he had wanted one of those little steam engines they sold to kids years ago, and you put in a fuel pellet to make it run. I asked him why he didn’t go buy one. He said he realized that it was nice to have a dream of wanting something special, and if he bought it, he’d have no dream left. It took me a while, but I finally realized Carl was a smart man.