Used 2015 Ford Focus for Sale
About the 2015 Ford Focus
The 2015 Ford Focus is a compact car that is offered in both sedan and hatchback body styles. Offering seating for up to five passengers, the 2015 Focus is available in four trim configurations and two different engines; several add-on packages are also up for grabs, with availability differing from trim to trim. The 2015 Ford Focus is a great choice not only for daily commutes, but for longer road trips as well. Its relatively small size affords excellent handling and maneuverability, while its interior is welcoming and spacious. If you're shopping for a compact car that offers plenty of cargo and passenger space, the 2015 Ford Focus is worth checking out.
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Q: What engine does a 2015 Ford Focus have?
A: The 2015 Ford Focus comes standard with a 2.0L, four-cylinder engine at 160 horsepower on its S, SE, and Titanium trims. The 2015 Focus ST, however, comes with a turbocharged 2.0L, four-cylinder engine at 252 horsepower.
Q: Is the 2015 Ford Focus a hatchback or a sedan?
A: The 2015 Focus is available as a sedan or four-door hatchback in its S, SE, and Titanium trims. The 2015 Focus ST is available only in a hatchback body style with four doors.
Q: What is the last year Ford made the Focus?
A: The most recent model year release for the Ford Focus was in 2018. It was originally expected that there would be a late-2019 model year release, but Ford has since announced that the Focus is being discontinued in the United States.
2015 Ford Focus Trim Configurations
The 2015 Ford Focus is available in four trim configurations. The top-tier 2015 Focus ST is available only as a four-door hatchback, whereas the base S trim is only offered as a sedan. The SE and Titanium trims are available in both sedan and four-door hatchback designs.
Ford Focus S
• 15-inch wheels
• rearview camera
• voice controls
• 4.2-inch information display
• keyless entry
Ford Focus SE
• 16-inch alloy wheels
• rear air ventilation
• upgraded six-speaker sound system
• steering-wheel audio controls
• automatic headlights
Ford Focus Titanium
• keyless ignition/entry and remote start
• ambient cabin lighting
• satellite and HD radio
• heated front seats and mirrors
• rear parking sensors
Ford Focus ST
• 18-inch alloy wheels with performance tires
• limited-slip differential
• LED running lights
• standard foglights
• leather-wrapped steering wheel
Each trim on the 2015 Focus is also available with several package add-ons. The SE, for example, offers a 201A Package that includes such features as a rear spoiler, leather upholstery, and a six-way powered driver's seat. An SE Sport Package, on the other hand, includes features like rear disc brakes, paddle shifters, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
On the Titanium trim, a Titanium Technology Package adds features such as automatic headlights and blind-spot monitoring, while stand-alone add-on options include a sunroof, 18-inch wheels, and a navigation system.
The Ford Focus ST is offered with an ST2 equipment package, which adds an eight-inch touchscreen interface, 10-speaker sound system, and two-tone upholstery. An ST3 equipment package includes such add-ons as heated front sport seats, a heated steering wheel, ambient cabin lighting, and more.
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration's independent crash tests help you make informed decisions about vehicle safety. NHTSA's 5-Star Safety Ratings give consumers insights into how vehicles perform in crash tests, with more stars equaling higher safety ratings. Here are the ratings for the 2015 Ford Focus. Certain vehicles may have unrepaired safety recalls. Visit nhtsa.gov/recalls to look up a specific vehicle.
Reviews for 2015 Ford Focus
It's not a great car but not horrible
Very rough shifting, apparently because of the type of transmission At highway speeds the wind blows it around like a tin can The Ford Sync system is impossible to figure out, and the settings won't save Odd rattle that can't be found I think the MPG is wrong, there's no way I'm getting 38 MPG even on the highway
- Seat Comfort:
- Power: good acceleration, but the transmission is jerky
Love this car, no regrets
I have the SE model so it’s a 4 cylinder. Great on gas since I commute 100 miles daily. I haven’t faced any issues that stops me from getting to work and back. Meets all the needs I was looking for in a car. I would change a couple things but it’s just preference.
- Ride and Handling: Handling is very responsive and I was impressed how it maneuvers. There’s no slack when turning the wheel, acceleration goes when needed, and braking is on point with no hesitation.
- Styling: I like how the car looks and it’s by far the best looking Focus they have designed. Makes it look fast and desirable.
- Cabin Noise: For once I found a car that has less to no cabin noise. The only thing you hear is the wind passing over the car from the outside and silence on the inside. Sometimes you can’t hear outside noise in city driving, but very mild on the freeway. Noise on the freeway isn’t even bothersome.
- Power: Although I like this car a lot, I think they should have put a little more power in this thing. Even if it is a 4 cylinder, it wouldn’t hurt to add a turbo for some extra power.
- Seat Comfort: Seating was hard to adjust for the first 3 weeks. the seats are comfortable so that’s a plus but I’m almost 6ft and I have to push the seat back a bit so I can have clearance for my knee to not hit the steering column.
- Technology and Entertainment: One thing I notice is the SYNC system will freeze about once a month, then I would have to reset it. it’s not a pain to reset but this problem happens to all Fords that have it. You would think Ford would have fix that problem by now or go with something else for the stereo. However, after awhile it does stop freezing and goes away after a couple resets.
Great Price and Great Gas Mileage
Thankfully I bought this car before the massive post-Covid vehicle price spike! I bought it with only 35,000 miles on it, and for quite cheap due to the vehicle being a manual with a three-cyl turbo motor. Great car though!
- Fuel Economy: The small turbo-charged motor is excellent on gas, and doesn't skimp on the power to get up and go if necessary.
- Power: It has a short throw shifter and a very responsive clutch. Ford really did good on this one!
- Ride and Handling: Has a more sporty suspension, rather than a comfortable suspension; if you have speed humps or potholes near you, it will be jarring at times.
This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.