2013 Ford FocusMichael Wrye - Houston, TX05/23/2016
Overall great value for the money you're going to spend. There are a few cons being that the back seat doesn't have a lot of leg room, and the transmission is a bit touchy, seems to always be idling to try to find the right gear to get the best mileage and take off is a bit slow. Pros for the car are its sleek design, the sync technology is awesome, but hard to get to know how to use. The hatchback is great for cargo space and the gas mileage is awesome.
Buy an ST you won't regret it!
2013 Ford FocusMax Ivankovich - Tucson, AZ05/24/2016
This car is for those who want a fun vehicle but want to retain some of the more adult features. Great gas mileage, has a great ride for a "performance" vehicle. Can carry 4 full grown adults comfortably and still have room for one more if you want to push the leg room.
Great buy on a whim!!
2010 Ford FocusGlen Boone - Roseboro, NC08/22/2015
Had car since Memorial Day 2010. I have 140,000 miles on it. Love my manual transmission. Had one issue with coil pack under warranty and one after 120,000. Good power if you know how to drive a stick. Can fit three in the back or a 9 month old grandson and my daughter.
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