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Fuel economy estimates vary significantly depending on the combination of engine and body style you choose.
The Focus Electric has a 107-kW electric motor mated to a single-speed automatic transmission. The Focus Electric has good off-the-line acceleration – helpful for driving around town – but getting up to highway speeds can be a challenge. The Focus SE sedan ...

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The Ford Focus seats five people
The two outboard seats of the Focus’ rear bench each have a full set of LATCH connectors for installing car seats. The middle seat is only equipped with a tether anchor, which can be paired with the lower anchors from the seats on either side, as long as yo...

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The Ford Focus is an adequate car
When the Focus was redesigned in 2012, driver assistance features were still expensive options that few cars in this segment offered and fewer buyers were interested in. Now, driver assistance features are on many shoppers’ wish lists, and many cars offer a...

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The Latest Generation Ford launched the third-generation Ford Focus worldwide
The Ford Focus is available as a four-door sedan or five-door hatchback with engines ranging from mild to wild. Even base models are fun to toss around on the streets. Ford launched the third-generation Ford Focus worldwide in 2012 in four-door sedan and ha...

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"Mature" is a good way to describe this updated third-generation Focus all the way around.
The majority of our drive route was on the relaxed side of challenging, with lots of pleasingly undulating farm and forest vistas but little in the way of sharp corners, let alone mountain attack stages. Thus, final word on handling will have to wait until ...

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Fuel econ figures ought to be similar to that of its Fiesta cousin, which nets 31 mpg city, 43 mpg highway.
Ford has yet to release fuel-economy estimates for this new 1.0L, but figures ought to be pretty similar to that of its smaller Fiesta cousin, which nets 31 miles per gallon city, 43 mpg highway and a combined rating of 36 mpg. Even allowing for some degrad...

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Gone is the model's polarizing mouth-breather look, binned in favor of the trapezoidal son-of-Aston grille treatment.
Regardless of what you make of the exterior changes, the interior rework is likely to be more welcome. The outgoing cabin featured a high-tech aesthetic, but it also felt cluttered and button-heavy. Not so with the new one, which features a sporty three-spo...

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Ford Focus First Drive
We can't go much further without noting the Focus' much-updated appearance. Gone is the 2014 model's polarizing mouth-breather look, binned in favor of the trapezoidal son-of-Aston grille treatment and narrower headlamp look that's spread throughout Ford's ...

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