For many people looking for a used or preowned Ford Focus, it can be difficult to determine how much you should pay. The highest price I have seen for one of these cars was $15k and I didn’t even test drive! It seems too good to be true, but like anything else, there are always deals to be had if you know where to look. My goal here is to help guide you through what I saw and what you should expect when shopping locally for your new or used Ford Focus. I will give you a high-level summary as well as more in-depth information below.
Pricing for your new or used Ford Focus begins at three thousand dollars and goes all the way up to six thousand dollars for all the different trim levels. How much is the total sale price of the Ford Focus when you add up all of the trim levels, options, extras, and options? Depending on auto listings on internet sites for your area, the median list price for the new or used Ford Focus is $14k, which is actually slightly higher than average for this class.
As you can see from the listing price, the price varies greatly when compared to other vehicles in the same segment. The main selling points for your Focus include its low price, powerful engine, powerful transmission, roomy interior, superior gas mileage, strong body, and great safety features. All of these are true for the base trim models, but the top trims of the Ford Focus offer additional features like power-adjustable driver seats, front airbags, front seat side airbags, dual-tone colored front headlamps, projector headlights with hi-beam, fog lights, recessed lower grill, and chrome door handles/spokes. There are also several high performance trim packages available for your Focus, like the Shelby GT, which includes a Shelby GT Engine, Cosmetics upgrade, Custom Tuff Package, and Big Block Engine.
While many Ford Focus owners love their compact cars for their fuel economy, others enjoy their ride simply for its looks. Many Ford Focus buyers have purchased a vehicle simply for its looks, and if they are not careful, end up wasting money on parts that just don’t fit, or worse yet, on an entirely new Focus. That is why it is important to shop for a good fit with the right Ford Focus all-wheel drive trim. There are several available features in this trim that make the Focus a great choice for anyone looking for a powerful vehicle, a stylish car, and a reliable vehicle.
Since the Focus was redesigned in 2021, it has received significant changes and improvements to its overall design and features. The all-new Focus has a new signature grille set off by its signature kidney bean exhaust; the front end of the vehicle now features a longer bumper that is flush with the bumper cover. This helps provide a sleeker look to the Ford Focus and also improves aerodynamics. Also available in the all-new Focus is a new signature wing, featuring the signature Ford logo. To further improve the all-around visibility of the Ford Focus, the fog light can be easily detachable from the bumper cover.
The all-new Focus has introduced two new vehicles from its lineup, the Ford Focus Coupe and the Ford Focus S trims. Both come with a host of standard features such as front and rear airbags, anti-lock brake system, power steering, tilt and telescopic elements, automatic transmission, and many more standard features. However, there are also some optional and customizable options available for purchase. For instance, the Ford Focus hatchback now has standard front and rear headlamps, available colors include black and silver, an update to the previous grey-and-white headlamps is also available, a new set of LED daytime running lights has been added, and a new dual zone warning light has been added for when you need to dim the headlights.
A new Ford Focus Sedan also makes an appearance in the all-new Focus lineup, the all-new Ford Focus Sedan includes a standard roof, a trim that covers the lower portion of the front seat, a non-trimmed trim for height control, a step-in tailgate, and a five-speak cassette for manual transmissions. Other optional extras include a center mount stopwatch, a leather wrapped dash, front and rear bumpers, and an optional roof mounted power sunshade. Ford Focus sedans also offer high-end style with options such as black suede upholstery, carbon fiber roofing, black interior door panels, and anodized aluminum mirror. If you are planning on purchasing a Focus, you should know what to look for in order to make sure that you are getting the best possible vehicle.
In the United States, the all-new Ford Focus continues to lead the industry with predicted reliability rating of 98%. The Focus is available with two different trunk styles, a folding hardtop or a soft top. When it comes to safety, the Ford Focus leads the compact car class with a predicted crash test rating of five stars. For more information on the all-new Ford Focus, be sure to visit your local Ford dealership.