Ford has announced the prices for the latest generation of its Focus family of models. The entry level will not change in price from this year, while other models will see only very moderate price increases.
Ford has been known for making high-quality, practical and affordable cars for more years than most of us have been alive, and that strong ethos is continued in the marque’s latest announcement.
The entry level Ford Focus Studio variant will maintain its £13,995 price tag, despite its facelift planned for later this year, Ford has revealed.
Meanwhile, the new Style version will start from £16,795, just £395 more than the Edge model it replaces. The sportier Zetec S version will now retail from £20,045, which is just £400 more than the current edition costs. The popular Focus Zetec will see an £895 increase to £18,295, although half of this increase in price is attributable to the fact that the Zetec will benefit from a higher-powered engine than previous editions.
The luxurious Titanium and Titanium X models will see a reduction in price by £100 each, saving motorists money.
A wide range of new engines will feature in the new Focus, including a new 1.5-litre diesel engine offering a 10 percent improvement in fuel economy over the current version, and a fall in CO2 emissions to just 98g/km.
Ford has yet to specify what physical changes will be made to the models, but it is likely that price increases will mean more equipment is included as standard on the Focus models.
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