What does Consumer Reports say about the Ford Focus?

What does Consumer Reports say about the Ford Focus?

Sporty handling, relatively low noise, and a well-done interior make the Focus feel more like a small sports sedan than a humdrum compact. Though not blazingly fast, the Focus does get good fuel economy: We recorded 29 mpg overall in our tests for both the four-cylinder and three-cylinder turbo.

How many miles will a Ford Focus last?

The lifespan of a Ford Focus is totally dependent on how well You are able to take care of it. If You take great care of it and do regular maintenance it can last anywhere froM200,000 miles to 400,000 miles or even longer. If You take not so great care of it maybe it will last 50,000 to 150,000 miles.

How many times has the 2004 Ford Focus been recalled?

Based on information received from our latest subscriber survey, our reliability history charts give you a rundown on how used vehicles are holding up in 17 potential trouble spots, ranging from the engine, transmission, and brakes to power equipment and the electrical system. The 2004 Ford Focus has been recalled 6 times by NHTSA. View Recalls

Is the 2007 Ford Focus SES a good car?

I bought the ’07 Ford Focus SES 5 door hatchback cetified with only 44,360 miles. I bough the car in February 2014. It is the best car I’ve ever owned. The car gets great gas mileage. I don’t drive the car during the winter months. It is rust free.

What are the different body styles of the Ford Focus?

Body styles included a sedan, a roomy wagon, and a hatchback. A sporty, crisp-handling SVT performance-oriented hatchback was offered from 2002 to 2004. Without its optional side airbags, the Focus received a Poor in the IIHS side-crash test, so you’ll want to avoid models without them.

Is the Ford Focus a good car to drive?

The original Focus was nimble and fun to drive, with quick and communicative steering and a comfortable ride. It had lots of interior room and easy access, but performance and fuel economy were only average.