Ford Focus Reviews
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Co2 Emissions - 118 (0 - 159) g/km
Tax Band - A - G
Insurance Group - 6E - 36A
Mpg (average) - 59.1 (41.5 - 83.1)
Fuel Cost (per 100 miles) - £9.6 (£6.6 - £13.1)
0 to 62 mph - 6.5 - 14.9 secs
Engine Power - 85 - 250 BHP
Top Speed - 84 - 154 mph
16" steel wheels,electric door mirrors, rear spoiler, electric front windows, air conditioning, trip computer, steering wheel audio controls, Ford Easy-Fuel, ESP, traction control, emergency brake assist, torque vectoring control, remote central locking, tyre pressure monitoring system, hill start assist, Ford MyKey. Thatcham Cat 1 alarm, body coloured door handles, radio/CD player with 4.2" TFT display, DAB, USB/Aux connectivitiy, Ford SYNC (Bluetooth and voice control), colour TFT instrument display, silver roof rails (estate).
Zetec Specification (additional to Style):
16" alloy wheels, Quickclear heated windscreen, electric/heated door mirrors, front fog lights, sports front seats, chrome exterior trim, driver seat lumbar adjustment, leather 3-spoke steering wheel, centre console with armrest, halogen headlamps.
Zetec S Specification (additional to Zetec):
17" alloy wheels, front styling kit with centre aero foil, upper and lower grilles in gloss black, honeycomb grille design, large rear spoiler and side skirts, rear integrated diffuser, sports pedals, sports suspension, sports front seats, red stitching, premium centre console, sliding armrest, keyless start, LED daytime running lights, LED rear lights.
Titanium Specification (additional to Zetec):
16" 10-spoke alloy wheels, SYNC 2 with 8" touchscreen, DAB, active city stop, auto lights/wipers, auto dimming rear view mirror, rear parking sensors, dual electronic temperature control, chrome front grille, cruise control, and keyless start.
Titanium X Specification (additional to Titanium):
17" 15-Spoke alloy wheels, active park assist, front/rear parking sensors, rear view camera, bi-xenon headlights, adaptive front lighting, headlight jetwash, LED daytime running lights, LED rear lights, power folding door mirrors, half leather seats, heated front seats, power operated driver seat, front and rear carpet mats, ambient interior lighting.
There are 11 colours in the range, including solids Race Red, Stealth and Frozen White, metallic Magnetic, Deep Impact Blue, Lunar Sky, Moondust Silver, Panther Black, and Tectonic Silver. Pearlescent colours include Tangerine Scream (ST-2 and ST-3 only) and Candy Red.
The only car to win four Euro NCAP safety awards
The Ford Focus is the first car to win four Advanced Safety Rewards from Euro NCAP, the independent safety body. These awards are specifically for new safety technologies. The winning features are Driver Alert, Forward Alert (incorporated in Adaptive Cruise Control), Active City Stop and Lane Keeping Aid.
Now find out about the range of features that make the Focus itself safer and can also help you drive more safely.
Entirely redesigned, the interior takes refinement in a Focus to the next level. Both style and quality are matched by substance as the layout puts every control, feature and smart stowage space intuitively to hand.
A lot of work has gone into making the cabin of the Ford Focus a good place to be. This includes a complete overhaul of the climate control system to minimize the amount of buttons and switches for a more minimal look and feel to the interior. Chrome steering wheel trims can be found on the Titanium and Titanium X models, With a windsor leather option available on the Titanium models. Also all models get air conditioning and a USB socket as standard.
With the redesign of the front grille, wrap around rear light clusters and spoiler combination the new ford focus is a perfect combination of form and function, it very easy on the eye. With optional 17" and 18" alloys to boot, you can make your new ford focus even more desirable. 19" black and silver alloys are available on the ST2 and ST3 models.
Ford’s advanced in-car connectivity system features a high-resolution, eight-inch colour touch screen and advanced voice control for easier access to audio, navigation, climate control and compatible mobile phones. SYNC 2’s navigation system also offers a split-screen display for the first time in Europe with detailed intersections, spoken street names, 3D highway junction and landmark views, plus the MICHELIN guide and MICHELIN Green Guide.
New driving technologies.
The new Focus is the first Ford to offer Perpendicular Parking, a new hands-free parking technology that helps drivers reverse into spaces alongside other cars. The current Focus introduced the parallel parking aid Active Park Assist that, at the push of a button, uses ultrasonic radar sensors to locate parking spaces and control the steering of the vehicle while the driver controls the throttle and brake. The addition of two new sensors to the rear of the new Focus enables Perpendicular Parking to operate in the same way.
The extra radar sensors also enable Ford to debut technologies that help drivers as they manoeuvre out of parking spaces.
Cross Traffic Alert or CTA warns drivers reversing out of a parking space of vehicles that may soon be crossing behind them.
Park-Out Assist helps drivers as they exit a parallel parking space. After the driver has chosen either the left or right hand side the system operates the steering while the driver operates the accelerator and brake.
Ford’s 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine featured in the Focus is named 2015 International Engine of the Year ‘Best Engine Under 1.0-litre’ for the fourth consecutive year.
Eighth International Engine of the Year award in four years. Which make it the only engine ever to win overall three times on the run.