A Ford Focus is a great choice for people looking for a simple and economy car. Averaging between 51 and 61 miles per gallon, the Ford Focus ranks among the best in its class in terms of fuel economy. For a compact car, the Focus has quite a lot of room, both in the cabin and in the trunk. It can seat up to 5 adults, so it is a great choice for small groups and families, the latter more so because the back seat can become cramped on longer trips with few rest stops. The trunk offers an impressive 362 liters of cargo space, which is enough room for 3 large suitcases and a few smaller bags. By folding the back seats down, travelers can gain even more space for their luggage. More on Ford.com
Introduced in Europe during 1998, the subcompact Ford Focus launched in North America as a replacement to the Escort for the 2000 model year. The striking design of the first-generation Ford Focus was provided to the United States as a 3-door hatchback, 4-door sedan and a wagon. Despite some uneven reliability during the first years, the shapely Focus eventually settled into the Ford line-up as a valuable economy car. Powered by one of two four-cylinder engine options, the early Ford Focus offered special Sony Limited Edition, Street Edition and Kona Edition models as an effort to promote the vehicle’s personality. In 2001, an STV version of the Ford Focus was made available with a 170-horsepower engine and a serious performance character. A five-door hatchback Focus was made available to North American buyers in 2002.
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