Ford Focus – Review

The small family vehicle known as the Ford Focus was made by the Ford Motor Company. It has been sold all over the world, in nearly every country where there is a Ford motor market.

The Ford Focus was launched in Europe in the year 1998. Four years later, the car was launched in Australia. Since that time, the Ford Focus has emerged as the best-selling vehicle in the United Kingdom, following in the footsteps of its predecessor, the Ford Escort. In the years 2001 and 2002, the Ford Focus had the distinction of being the best-selling vehicle in the entire world.

In the year 2005, a new version of the Ford Focus was launched on the European continent.

Ford Focus

In Europe, the Ford Focus was released as a successor to the Ford Escort. In Japan, Australia, and New Zealand, the Ford Focus was intended as a successor to the Ford Laser.

The code name for the Ford Focus throughout its development at the Ford Motor Company was the CW170. For a brief period, the vehicle was known as the Ford Fusion among Ford contractors. The Ford Focus took its name from a Ghia concept vehicle that was first shown in the year 1991 at the Geneva Motor Show.

Ford Focus

Ford Focus Car Specifications

Brand Ford
Model Ford Focus 2dr coupe cabriolet
Edition 1.6 CC-1
Price (£) 17,495
Ncap Rating No Rating
Alarm standard
Driver Airbag standard
Immobiliser standard
Traction Control 250
Remote Locking standard
Cruise Control TBA
Body Type Open
Fuel Type Unleaded
Max Power BHP/RPM 99/5500
Max Tourque lb ft/RPM 111/4000
0 – 60 (mph) 13.5
Max Speed 113
Combined Mpg 39.8
Urban Mpg 30
Extra Urban Mpg 48.7
Insurance Group 8

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