2013 Ford Focus Sedan Review – Specifications and Price

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2013 Ford Focus is a compact car available in sedan and four-door hatchback body style.

Ford Focus, which proves itself that it is not all that small cars must be as a tool-like the others. All-New 2011 Ford Focus is one of the most popular compacts on the market! People find this slick new Ford with the exterior of the tense and limited capabilities. Ford chose to make only two significant changes to the compact five-seat to a five-speed manual adding of 2013 with a top model and carry out the higher performance for new models and an intoxicating performance ST.

Fortunately, Ford Focus completely revamped last year, brought about much better interior, fuel economy is higher and new features. Thus, the 2013 Ford Focus stands out as one of the best small cars You can buy. Because all the boxes checked in here, like Focus features eye-catching styling, sedan or hatchback body style, comfortable cabin and good-trimmed, performance, fuel economy and the wealth of comfort features available. Add in a variety of trim levels including variant of all-electric and high-performance and it’s easy to see why this is one of our favorite little car.

The Focus of this new offer about the same interior space with two of his closest competitor, the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla, while giving some back seat room for the Chevrolet Cruze. Unlike some other compacts, the Focus comes with a one-piece folding back seat with typical standard 60/40 split version optional. The optional leather seats are standard, as are heated front seats. The Sedan offers a little more than 13 cubic feet of cargo space, hatchback almost 24 cubic feet with seats and 44 cubic feet with it folded. Focus offers a Park Assist is optional, you can identify where parallel parking and maneuver the car into place with little or no input drivers.

Attractive and quiet Interior, and ingredients that are best in class. However, the layout of the gauges and controls are a little tricky even on a lower level of trim. Optional MyFord Touch system, with a large screen and two screens measure-a smaller cluster, provides some neat customization possibilities. Be sure to try it on a test drive. At least, though, technology such as Touch, Sync, MyFord radio HD and available parking system automatically set Focus apart from the Pack.

2013 Focus provides model styling and aggressive than the European model in contrast to the previous model and it looks calmer, not a few-much to distinguish it from the field of competitors. Three outsized lower grille openings gave the front end a strong character, while the folds along the sides provide design direction without excessive flow. Rear tail lights look as though they’ve been pouring into shape. The side mirrors have integrated turn signals and options including a rear spoiler and moonroof.

Ford Focus could produce 145 pound-feet of torque and 160 horsepower with the engine, a 2.0L four-cylinder engine, direct-injected, which finished in a duo with as both a six-speed PowerShift dual-clutch automatic and manual five speed gearbox. Fuel economy is the emphasis on Focus, which restored the EPA-estimated fuel economy of 27 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway and 21 mpg combined with an automatic transmission. Adding Fuel Economy package super cause the figures to 28/40 mpg city/highway.

Nevertheless, new brands are being prepared for 2013Focus is a variation of the high-performance ST, which makes it able to get 60 mph in just 6.3 seconds, and a top speed of 155 mph. There is also a non automatic Pack 240-hp turbocharged EcoBooster, with all four of the six-speed manual, which will attract all the focus driving enthusiast.

Although the performance Focus ST is a bit of a rush, there are things that can still make a guess, a surprisingly good engineering. You can choose the manual gearbox, as the rest of the line up Focus, to get one of the best experience of driving a small car. Reving the engine to make it to the active side is required, but is considered to be smooth with good linkage. PowerShift helps revs up for anytime you need it with a dual-clutch transmission Auto General. PowerShift may be somewhat difficult for use at low speeds, and sometimes have a sports mode that supports you to control the filter itself.

With the suspension that runs smoothly, 2013 Focus gives us deft best in class, which was even better than the Mazda3. Ford Focus electric power steering system do extremely well with a nice heft, and guarantee you accurate control. Standard safety features include stability and traction control, ABS with brake assist emergency braking, and six airbags. Ford introduced the new generation front airbags with revised forms and vent designed to hold occupants of the front seat in a place that is better than the previous version.

Prices for the 2013 Ford Focus starting MSRP at $16,200 and go all the way up to $24,995.