The Ford Focus is a compact car that delivers impressive modern convenience, passenger comfort, and a sporty ride. Whether you decide on a sedan or hatchback model, you can always expect a reasonable price tag. From behind the wheel, you’ll enjoy sharp, responsive handling. The Focus also provides plenty of modern style, both inside and out. Inside, passengers enjoy spacious seating and plenty of support. Come in and test drive a Ford Focus today!
Used Ford Focus
The modern used Ford Focus is big on comfort, convenience, and safety. Inside, the cabin’s high quality materials set a stylish tone. Use the MyFord Touch interface for easy access to a variety of helpful apps. Voice-activated Sync technology lets you change infotainment settings without looking away from traffic. The rearview camera maximizes visibility as you back out of narrow spaces.
These cars are available as three well equipped trim models: the base S, mid-grade SE, and luxurious Titanium. You can also go green with the Focus Electric, which runs on a battery-powered electric motor. All models can be had as either a four-door hatchback or sedan.
Under the hood, the used Ford Focus provides impressive power. The 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine creates 160 horsepower and 146 pound-feet of torque for a swift ride. In the Focus, highway merging and passing is a snap. Even from a dead stop, you’ll be up to speed in no time. With the five-speed manual transmission, you’ve got excellent control over performance. Choose the six-speed dual-clutch automated transmission for a relaxing, responsive ride. Both transmissions offer impressive fuel economy, achieving up to 33 mpg combined. With the Focus Electric, you can cover up to 76 miles on a full battery. The battery-powered electric drive motor generates proficient power, with 143 horses. Fully recharge the battery in just four hours with the 240-volt charger.
Today, the second-generation used Ford Focus remains a great option for used buyers. It offered dependable performance and modern conveniences. It was available as either a coupe or sedan until 2011, when the coupe was discontinued. Under the hood, its 2.0-liter inline-4 generated 140 horses – plenty of power for highway merging and passing. With the voice-activated Sync system, it was easy and safe to alter infotainment settings.
When the Ford Focus first arrived, you could choose between the ZX3 two-door hatchback and ZXW wagon. The standard engine – a 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder – generated 110 horses for a quick, smooth ride. For greater power, the 2.0-liter Zetec engine created 130 horses. Used Ford Focus buyers should note a few changes throughout the first generation. From 2000 to 2004, antilock brakes and front-seat side airbags were optional. Beginning in 2001, stability control was offered for a few years. Come in and test drive the Focus today!