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The kids, the hip kids, they drive the cars with the hatchbacks and the datas. Right?.
The 2012 Polk global market registration data is in, and the Ford Focus has been named the world's best-selling passenger car, with the Ford F-Series pickup in third. The Ford Fiesta came in as the best-selling subcompact.
Worth the wait.
The Focus Electric actually trumped its gasoline-powered twin by scoring five stars in the frontal, side, and rollover crash testing, which results in an overall rating of five stars.
MyFord Mobile, Ford's smartphone app for theFord Focus Electric, will soon be available on the brand's plug-in hybrid models too.
The all-new 2013 Ford Focus ST has put Ford well into the hot-hatch game with their brightly shining and highly anticipated hot-hatchback star.
The Ford Focus is a main reason the company was so successful this year in the U.S., but it is also on course to become the best-selling global nameplate vehicle this year.
For its combination of practicality and fun, the 2013 Ford Focus ST is very, very hard to beat.
After a rigorous evaluation process, the editors of Car and Driver have chosen two Ford products for their annual list of “10Best” vehicles of the year: The Ford Focus and the Ford Mustang GT, which also scored bonus points with the publication for two of their hi-po variants, the Focus ST and Mustang Boss 302.
The 2013 Ford Focus is now the longest-lived domestic compact nameplate, having been around for more than a decade.
The 2013 Ford Focus in ST trim recently beat the Volkswagen GTI in our head-to-head comparison, and now the Focus has another feather in its cap: earning a five-star Overall Vehicle Score from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's New Car
The 2013 Ford Focus has earned top marks from NHTSA, scoring a five-star rating in its New Car Assessment Program (NCAP).
The 2013 Ford Focus ST gets a new device called a "Sound Symposer" that can manipulate the sound of the engine.
Whether or not you consider the exciting new ST performance model, the 2013 Ford Focus lineup is evidence that small cars don't have to feel so appliance-like.
Enthusiasts who think that the 2.0-liter engine from the 2013 Ford Focus would be a fine fit for their car projects will be able to buy one from Ford Racing's crate-engine program.
After driving thousands of miles in more than 200 new vehicles in the past year, and rating each one independently, High Gear's Media editors have chosen a winner. The CarConnection's Best Car To Busy 2013 is the 2013 Ford Focus.
American enthusiasts have been waiting with bated breath for an SVT Focus replacement ever since it left the scene back in 2004. The wait is almost over. Now we finally have the full details on the 2013 Ford Focus ST, which debuted today in production trim at the 2011 Frankfurt motor show
The production version of the Ford Focus ST — and an unexpected Ford Focus ST Wagon for Europe — debuted on Monday at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show.
For a nation built on speed, America lacks a U.S.A.-made small sports car that could bring the sexy back to its Corolla-stuffed freeways. Next year, Ford wants to bring sexy back with this: the production version of the 2013 Ford Focus ST.
Ford surprised no one unveiling its long-anticipated Focus ST in production trim for the Frankfurt motor show. But the company caught just about everybody off guard with debut of the new Focus ST-R race car.
European automakers have long subscribed to the idea that a well-packaged car doesn’t need to be large in size. Ripping a page out of that playbook, Ford has brought the compact, Euro-sweetened 2013 Focus to America, offering head-turning looks, sporty handling and a healthy standard equipment list in an efficient and affordable package.
With its outstanding fuel economy,† Fusion Hybrid was an obvious choice for Kelley Blue Book’s kbb.com 2011 Top 10 Green Cars. But the driving dynamics, comfort and available SYNC® technology features were truly what won them over. While “packing the latest and most potent gas/electric package in Ford history,” according to Kelley Blue Book’s kbb.com editors, it “balances impressive performance with excellent creature comforts and mileage marks that simply blow most other mid-size hybrid sedans into the weeds.”
Redesigned with an emphasis on fuel economy, one Focus version is expected to get 40 mpg. The Focus also has a sportier look than the old version and plenty of technology in the cabin for twentysomethings.
Even though it can be debated that the 2011 Hyundai Elantra may have stole the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show, the 2013 Ford Focus was still there ready to impress.
Ford’s daddy of all Focuses — the 247-horsepower Focus ST hatchback — hits dealerships in 2013, long after milder and more mpg-focused variants of the redesigned car have made their entrance.
This January Ford CEO Alan Mulally will take the stage as one of the keynote speakers of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It'll be the fourth time Mulally has headlined CES, and this time he'll have one of The Blue Oval's most anticipated new products in his corner. The 2013 Focus has been named the official car of 2011 CES, an honor that will give the forthcoming C-Segment blockbuster the spotlight right in time for its launch.
Just a few weeks ago, the Paris motor show was looking as if it might become the Paris Electric Car Show. Several manufacturers announced EVs that would debut at the show.
Edmunds' Inside Line
An all-news Focus ST will debut at the Paris auto show on September 30. It will be a thinly disguised concept version of the eventual production car. And the very good news is that this time we won't be left out.
The Blue Oval has just revealed the next generation 2013 Ford Focus Wagon, one day before the car's official debut at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show.
Edmunds' AutoObserver.com, March 2010
There aren't that many true concept vehicles slated for the Geneva motor show this week. The few that are unveiled are bookended by a heavy presence in two sectors: small cars and luxury models.
For many years lucky Europeans got the 'good' version of the Ford Focus, but starting in 2011, American car buyers will finally get to buy the real thing.
CarandDriver.com, January 2010
One of Alan Mulally's objectives since becoming CEO at Ford in 2006 has been to develop products on a worldwide basis. This sounds familiar, if only because another Ford CEO, Alex Trotman, did the same thing back in the 1990s. This approach resulted in products such as the Contour (not a rip-roaring success) and the original Focus (which was).
CarandDriver.com, January 2010
The current U.S. Ford Focus is a disappointment to those who know how good the car was when it went on sale in 1999, as well as anyone who has driven the second-generation European-market Focus. While the rest of the world got a sharper, better handling, and more luxurious Focus for 2005, we merely got a heavy refresh of a car that was, in effect, already six years old. (It originally went on sale in Europe in 1998.) We then got an ugly refresh of that refresh for 2008.
The Ford Focus that rose from beneath the stage in Cobo Arena at the Detroit show's first press conference might be the most significant car to wear the Blue Oval in a long time.
It has been only a few days since the unveiling of the all-new 2013 Ford Focus, but already the car has won its first award. According to the team at AutoWeek, the 2013 Ford Focus is the "Most Significant" vehicle of the Detroit Auto Show.
The U.S. Focus is dead. Next year, Ford obliterates the heaviest complaint levied at its lineup. Next year, Ford gives us a European Focus.
"We're confident Focus will become the biggest-selling name plate in the world," says design director Martin Smith.
The company that ushered in the SUV Age hopes to make compacts cool and remake its image along the way. Ford unveiled the 2013 Focus today at the North American International Auto Show. CEO Alan Mulally is betting the slick compact will help Ford shake its reputation for building SUVs like the Explorer and make the company a leader in the growing small-car segment.
As we begin 2010, it looks like the compact C-segment is shaping up to be one of the most highly competitive segments in the auto industry. The Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, VW Golf and Jetta, along with the new Chevrolet Cruze are fighting for the hearts, minds and dollars of the masses. And then there's the Ford Focus.
This is the all-new 2013 Ford Focus. From our perspective it's one of the greatest automotive comeback stories in a long time. After too many indifferent refreshes it's finally, and awesomely, everything enthusiasts have been begging Ford to build.
A Ford vehicle billed as the company's first "world car" made its debut at the opening of a defiantly optimistic Detroit motor show, as America's battered car industry insisted it was rising from the ashes of its worst crisis since the second world war.
Edmunds' Inside Line
DETROIT - The next-generation Ford Focus will make its world debut this week at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show and will go on sale simultaneously in North America and Europe in early 2011, with launches in Asia, Africa and South America to follow. Ford also plans to introduce a battery-electric version of the new Focus in 2011.
Ford is in the middle of a domestic renaissance, being the only U.S.-based automaker to gain market share in the tumultuous industry downturn. Ford succeeded with just a few new products - none as big a volume seller as the compact Focus, which gets a complete overhaul for the 2013 model year.
Edmunds' Inside Line
Ford announced today that the redesigned 2013 Ford Focus will use a direct-injected, 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine. This is not the Focus pictured here, obviously, but the eventual Focus production car should end up looking a lot like the C-Max (which uses the same platform architecture) introduced in Frankfurt.
At a time when the most tired of tired Detroit mantras -- "they don't build what anyone wants to buy" -- is akin to holy writ, when magazine covers herald the "Extinction of the car giants," when books are titled "The End of Detroit," Ford Motor Co. is proving once again just how wrong conventional wisdom can be.
Edmunds' Inside Line
DEARBORN, Michigan - Ford announced on Wednesday that it is hooking up with rally driver Ken Block in its ongoing drive to promote the 2011 Ford Fiesta and the 2013 Ford Focus.
Ford's unveiling of its new 2013 Focus at the 2010 Detroit auto show has the Web talking today. The Dearborn automaker revealed the new model, which will be built at Michigan Assembly in Wayne, in Cobo Arena earlier this morning. An all-electric Focus will enter production in 2011.
The man who oversees Ford's global family of C-segment cars has given a tantalizing glimpse of the Focus of the future.
The next-generation Ford Focus will be a true world car, with a single-vehicle architecture and design language for all markets. The car will be built on Ford's highly flexible C346 architecture, which may also underpin a production version of the Lincoln Concept C.
In a recent press release, Ford announced that the next-generation Ford Focus will be coming in late 2010, as a 2011 model.
The wait for an all-new Ford Focus in North America will soon be over as Ford has announced that it will debut the car at the Detroit Auto Show in January. The Detroit festivities will mark the global debut of the new global Focus that will be sold here, Europe and the rest of the world.
This is a development mule for the next-generation Ford Focus, which is scheduled to go on sale in 2011.
The 2011 Ford Focus has been getting around, and our spy shooters recently caught up with it again in Europe, where it continues to undergo development testing. New in these most recent photos are the front bumper and deep-chinned grille that looks aggressive enough to be interesting.
Ford is redesigning its compact car with a renewed focus on "whole earth" appeal--in more ways than one. International style, high-efficiency powertrains, and green-tech engineering should make it a strong competitor from Boston to Beijing.
You're looking at next year's all-new Ford Focus, revealed at the Detroit motor show today. It was unveiled in four-and five-door form and will make its first European public appearance at the Geneva motor show in March. Sales will begin at the start of 2011.
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