Monday, August 9, 2010

Ford Focus is a family cars

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The Ford Focus is a family of small cars, offered in a wide range of body styles including a four-door sedan, wagon, coupe, and three- and five-door hatchbacks.

Learn about all ford focus series and ford focus models and share ideas with other ford focus owners tons of ford focus pictures,

Top alternatives to the Focus include the Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, Volkswagen Golf/Jetta, Hyundai Elantra, and Mazda's Protégé and Mazda3.

The Focus was originally introduced for 2000, replacing the Ford Escort (and also the Ford Contour sedan, which was then discontinued).

Some models were offered with a 2.3-liter engine.

A 2005 model-year refresh simplified the lineup in many ways and brought crisper front-end styling; the engine lineup changed to 136-hp (2.0-liter) and 151-hp (2.3-liter) versions of Ford's more modern Duratec engine

For 2008 the Focus lineup was refreshed more thoroughly, with an extensively redone interior, more refinement, and expanded safety features.

Ford offered electronic stability control early on for the Focus, but then discontinued it in 2004.

The only serious performance model in the Focus' history has been the SVT Focus. Worshipped by pocket-rocket fans, the SVT Focus offered a higher-output, 170-horsepower four, stronger Getrag six-speed gearbox, plus better brakes, a more vocal exhaust, and a greatly enhanced, stiffer suspension that altogether made the Focus a blast to drive.

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