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The Ford Focus was introduced to the European market in 1998 to replace the Escort as the flagship small family compact car of the Ford Motor Company. The Ford Focus offers all-round family comfort and reliability without compromising on efficiency and power. As of 2011 the Focus is in its third generation, with a restyle in 2014 bringing its design up to date as the Focus we know it as today. The Focus maximizes the use of every millimetre of its compact design, while state-of-the-art technology ensures a safe but sophisticated driving experience.
Available in five-door hatchback and estate configurations, the Focus also boasts a wide range of specifications, catering for all needs from the entry-level style through to the more luxurious Titanium X and sporty ST versions. An impressive range of petrol and diesel engine options give high-powered fuel efficient performance. Prior to the 2014 facelift, the Focus was equipped with a 1.6-litre TDCi diesel engine; the redesigned version features a slightly smaller capacity 1.5-litre engine with two outputs available, giving a slightly smoother ride. A 2-litre engine with outputs of 148bhp and 182bhp is also available, the latter of which is available on the ST models only.
Safety is integral to the design of the Focus, which holds a five-star Euro NCAP crash rating and is the first car to be awarded with four further Advanced Safety Rewards. The Focus is a sturdy and reliable model but also offers excellent driving experience, with the 2014 facelift tweaking the suspension and steering for enhanced handling. The Focus demonstrates all-round quality and value, while truly offering something for everyone.
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