2015 Ford Focus
The award-winning new 123-horsepower, 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine is projected to raise the competitive bar for fuel efficiency, while the new model comes with a standard rearview camera and available driver-assist technologies, including a lane-keeping system and Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with cross-traffic alert.
Also offered on the Focus is a 160-horsepower, 2.0-liter four-cylinder. EcoBoost technology combines smaller-displacement engines with turbocharging, direct injection, variable valve timing and proprietary Ford software to bring customers outstanding performance and efficiency. Ford EcoBoost engines can deliver significantly better fuel economy than larger-displacement gasoline engines with comparable output.
Focus arrives with a bold new look. It features a restyled hood, grille and trunk lid, available LED signature lighting for headlamps and tail lamps, and new rear lamp clusters. Inside, colors and materials have a clean, modern look, with satin chrome detailing, new seat trims and switches, and an available heated steering wheel. Storage is improved with a new center console incorporating adjustable cupholders and an easier-to-access glove box.
Standard on Focus for the first time, the rearview camera appears on either a 4.2-inch screen or the available 8-inch screen that comes with MyFord Touch-equipped cars. 2015 Focus drivers have access to powerful capabilities thanks to a host of new functions developers can integrate as they modify their apps to communicate with enhanced SYNC AppLink. Base model estimated mpg: TBD. Estimated starting prices, depending on style: $17,000 to $29,000. Some restrictions may apply. See dealer for full details.
Compiled by Motor Matters