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Ford Focus 2.0 TDCi 185 ST-3 5dr Shortlist +19
£17,990

Year 2016

Mileage 10,625

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Diesel

Ford Focus 1.0 EcoBoost 125 Titanium Navigation 5d Shortlist +19
£14,650

Year 2016

Mileage 8,921

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Ford Focus 1.5 TDCi 120 Zetec Edition 5dr Shortlist +18
£13,875

Year 2017

Mileage 3,433

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Diesel

Ford Focus 2.0T ST-3 5dr Shortlist +19
£15,476

Year 2014

Mileage 19,452

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Ford Focus 1.5 TDCi 120 ST-Line Navigation 5dr Shortlist +19
£13,834

Year 2016

Mileage 5,682

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Diesel

Ford Focus RS 2.3 EcoBoost 5dr Shortlist +19
£25,990

Year 2016

Mileage 10,598

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

Ford Focus 1.6 125 Zetec 5dr Powershift Shortlist +8
£6,999

Year 2012

Mileage 56,000

Transmission Automatic

Fuel type Petrol

Ford Focus 1.5 TDCi 120 Titanium X Shortlist +19
£14,991

Year 2016

Mileage 12,543

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Diesel

Ford Focus 2.0 TDCi 185 ST-3 5dr Shortlist +19
£21,490

Year 2017

Mileage 1,663

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Diesel

Ford Focus 2.0T EcoBoost ST-2 5dr Shortlist +18
£18,690

Year 2016

Mileage 8,121

Transmission Manual

Fuel type Petrol

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Overview

The Ford Focus – first launched in 1998 – redefined and raised the standards in the family hatchback market. Years later, and its popularity shows no sign of waning. It’s a big hit with buyers, thanks to Ford’s ability to judge what many people want – a car that’s fun to drive. Lively, agile and responsive, it’s a superb driving experience.

What you need to know about the Ford Focus

Now in its third generation, the Focus is still head and shoulders above the competition when it comes to handling. The ride and handling could put much sportier cars to shame. Engine and tech options are also impressive. The same thing can be said for most engines in the Focus – they strike a great balance between drive and running costs.

On top of a range of trims and specifications, there are two body styles. Choose from either a five-door hatchback or the Focus Estate, in either entry-level Style trim, popular Zetec, or the Titanium and Titanium X – the more upmarket specs. If you’re after something a bit sportier, try the Focus ST hot hatch.

The power outputs of all Focus’ – especially the diesels – means you’ve got enough to make the most of the car’s engaging road style. The turbocharged petrols are frugal-yet-fun, and the diesels are big and brawny.

What to watch out for

The build quality and handling of the Focus easily make it a match for the class best. For us, the latest generation was a return to form for the big seller. But cramp passengers in the back might not enjoy the drive as much, especially as it’s not as refined as some rivals.

For the most part, the Focus is economical and practical. But some of the cheapest models can represent a false economy, so pick your model well.

Other options

Volkswagen Golf

Renault Megane

Mazda 3

SEAT Leon 

Expert opinion

Think the Golf dominates the small family hatchback market? This car convinces you otherwise. Ford have pulled off an impressive feat – balancing top notch driving experience with efficiency and comfort.

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