If you dig fiesta red, the best offerings out there within MIM Fender, are Classic '50s with maple fingerboard, gold anodized
aluminum pickguard and Vintage saddle bridge, but they come at nearly twice the price of Squier Classic Vibes.
So you know what to do
The sound, unless you play fully effected, is better on MIM standard than on Classic Vibes, 'cause we're talkin' alder body and modern wired pickups, while Classic Vibes do the opposite (basswood body but Vintage wired pickups)... if you consider MIM Classic the difference is more evident, but so is the price.
That's why so many opt for Classic Vibes... they show the best compromise in Vintage feel (fret dimension and pickup voicing) and state of the art factory instruments (basswood body, higloss finish, himass bridge): I'm myself longin' for a Biffy Clyro's James Johnston Jazz, which is sorta lake placid blue Classic Vibe Jazz bass