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We presently have 8,377 Ford Focus car adverts displayed on our site. A typical Ford Focus will be advertised at approximately £9,692 however if you are looking for something less expensive you will find they start from £175. You can choose differing Focus styles such as 4x4, estate, hatchback, people carrier, . For the best bargaining power our recommendation is to go for a 2016 number plate that hasnít driven over 9,118 miles.
2001(51) | 97k miles | Manual | 1800cc | Petrol | Hatchback
Features include central locking, cloth seat trim, airbag, body coloured bumpers, alarm, remote central locking, rear wiper, radio/cd, immobiliser, hpi clear, folding rear seats, full size spare wheel, cloth, electric
D N P Autos, Chadwell Heath, Essex
0203 733 4343 local rates
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good value focus petrol in silver. really good condition The 1.8 Zetec engine is nippy in town, and pulls along nicely on the motorway. It does worry me that there are so many 1.4 and 1.6s on the road - they must really struggle. The gearbox is fantastic too: nice and tight, even at this age. Han. .Read more
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Model reviewed: Ford Focus estate (2009)
agile, comfortable, economical, reliable and sporty family estate with very low running costs! Drives and handles very well with a huge boot, great mpg, high spec (titanium model), low CO2 emissions, many safety features too! Keen drivers will find its handling both fun and sporty! Nervous driver. .Read more
Launched in 1998, the Focus piloted Ford into the modern era. Your best bet for a used Focus is a Mk2 from 2006-2011. Ford facelifted it in 2008 and there are so many around that prices, even for a late one, are very keen. The Focus was available with lots of engines; Ford put some fine diesels in it, and thatís where the smart money goes.
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By looking at the cars that are currently for sale on the DesperateSeller.co.uk website on 27 February 2017, we are able to provide you with a guide to average pricing points for used Ford Focus cars in the UK. These prices are based on when the car was first manufactured.
Diesel na Petrol
ave: £21,726 high: £36,795 low: £9,250
4x4 Estate Hatchback People Carrier
ave: £14,904 high: £37,500 low: £9,000
Coupe Estate Hatchback People Carrier
ave: £12,076 high: £21,995 low: £7,495
Estate Hatchback People Carrier
ave: £9,837 high: £19,998 low: £5,999
ave: £8,582 high: £17,995 low: £4,979
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Our Top 5 Ford Focus gadgets
At last car gadgets arenít just for those lucky enough to have a new S Class. Itís the S Class that is traditionally the place where every new car related technology is spawn. However, times are changing and we can now see high-tech gadgetry found in more everyday cars like the Ford Focus.
In fact, we believe the Ford Focus has pushed the boundaries somewhat. Weíve put together a list of what we think are the five best gadgets you can now find with the Ford Focus.
1. It parks itself!
The only car I knew that could drive itself was the famous Pontiac Trans Am see in the adventure TV series Knight Rider. Even though Glen A Larsonís vision of self driving cars was thought provoking at the time, it seems that this ideology wasnít too far away. In fact, roll forward thirty years and your Ford Focus can actually park itself! Switch a small button, drive up to a space and itíll do the rest using its sensors to size up the space. If it thinks it can get in then itíll do it there and then Ė excellent!
2. Protect your doors.
They say that the best ideas are always simple ones. This couldnít be more said for the Focusís rubber door edge protector. So, how does it work? Letís say youíre in a tight parking bay and thereís another car jammed right beside you. When you open the door a padded rubber door edge protector pops out. At just 60mm it acts as a cushion between the doorís edge and any other object that might be in the way. How did manufacturers not think of this before!
3. Lane departure warning
The Focus has a clever camera which scans the road ahead as youíre driving. It pays particular attention to the white lines in the road and can therefore detect if you happen to drift over to another lane. If the system finds that you have done this then your steering wheel will vibrate or even readdress the steering completely to bring you back into your lane. Now this is a serious bit of kit and it does cost. In fact itís part of the Focusís £1,050 Driver Assistance Pack so itís not cheap and doesnít come as standard. However, we feel itís well worth adding if you have the budget.
4. Road sign recognition.
Ford like to call this gadget their ďTraffic Sign Recognition SystemĒ. Itís basically a system which uses a forward facing camera thatís mounted just behind the rear-view mirror. The camera will actually look for oncoming road signs and then display them to you on a colour screen inside the car. For example, if your currently travelling 30mph in a 20mph zone then the camera could spot a 20mph sign and alert you about it. We think this is one of the most invaluable features as even the most experienced drivers can miss important signs.
5. Torque vectoring
Ok, what on earth is ďtorqueĒ, what is ďvectoringĒ and what do both of them mean when you put the words together? Good question! Ok, torque vectoring systems are used to divide the power between the two driven wheels to help maximise traction and therefore increase performance. The Focus can manipulate the output to each wheel through a set of electronically controlled gears. What this does is allow more power to be sent to the outside wheel and therefore help rotate the vehicle through a bends or corners. What this results in is a far superior driving experience.
There you have it, our five top Ford Focus gadgets. Thereís considerable more gadgets loaded into the Ford Focus including Low Speed Safety System which helps you to avoid crashing in town and Driver Alert which tells you whether you should stop for a break! However, our top 5 picks are the ones we feel really stand out and will make your overall driving experience a much better one. Click here to check out our range of Ford Focus cars.
The essential guide on what to look for when buying a Ford Focus
For Ford Focus cars with roughly 60,000 miles on the clock, especially the Zetec models, you need to look out for worn timing belts. Even Focuses with 35,000 miles on the clock will still need to be looked at. Ideally make sure the belts and pulleys have been changed especially for 1.8 diesel models.
Itís worth looking through the carís service history to see if there has been any work of this nature as this is a good sign things arenít too well under the bonnet. Focuses are known for their engines cutting out intermittently. However, this issue is usually related to the alternator which can be easily remedied.
If youíre lucky to be in the market for a newer diesel models then watch for filter issues. Diesel filters can get clogged when the car is used primarily on short journeys. When test driving the car keep a careful watch for any warning lights. This can indicate below-par engine performance. Underperforming engines immediately shows signs that the car is long overdue a visit to the local garage.
If youíve already purchased your Focus then itís worth getting it looked at by your local garage. Get them to give it the once over and get them to pay particular attention to the engines Electronic Control Unit.
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