The Ford Focus is a multi-talented car. It’s economical and safe for family life, and it’s responsive and fun to drive when the road opens up. It’s also extremely practical, with a big boot and a spacious cabin, to keep up with your lifestyle. And perhaps best of all, it turns heads, with its elegant silhouette and strong stance. As you’ve probably gathered by now, we’re big fans, and we’re confident you will be too. You will love the way your Focus soaks up the bumpiest British roads; you will love the way your music sounds through the Sony sound system; and you will love the way your Ford Focus makes you feel. And beyond the heart, the Ford Focus makes sound sense with the head too, thanks to its ultra-low running costs, CO2 emissions as low as 98 g/km and its comfortable, well-built and well-kitted cabin.
The Ford Focus is one of the most striking hatchbacks on the market, with piercing headlights, sharp taillights, svelte bodywork creases, an elegant stance and LED daytime running lights, which are a standard feature on Titanium models.
The Ford Focus boasts one of the best-built cabins in the segment, with a soft-touch dashboard, chrome trims and a leather steering wheel. You can also add leather seats, or opt for Titanium X trim, which gets part-leather seats.
The Ford Focus sets the standard for interior space, with generous legroom and knee room in the back and deep door wells in the front. Visibility is also excellent all-round, to inspire confidence during all those tight manoeuvres.
If you’ll be using your Ford Focus to tow, you’ll be pleased to know that the 2.0 TDCi can tow up to 1,500kg, while the 1.0-litre EcoBoost engine can tow 1,200kg. That’s enough to pull a trailer, or a small caravan with ease.