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Encyclopedia > Ford Focus

Ford Focus is the name of a series of compact/small family cars made by the Ford Motor Company and sold in most Ford markets worldwide. As with other Ford models, different versions of the car are sold in North America and in other markets. For details on particular models, see:

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Ford Focus Forums, News, Articles, Message Board Discussions (0 words)
For the new 2008 Focus, Ford’s design team drew inspiration from the highly successful Fusion, borrowing that car’s prominent chrome-bar grille design, flared wheel arches and sweeping, crisp lines to create a small car that stands out with a sporty stance.
On all models, the “Focus” name is brightly spelled out in bold italic letters on the decklid, scuff plates and instrument panel.
The 2008 Ford Focus is one of the first Ford Motor Company vehicles to feature Sync, a cutting-edge way to use cell phones and media players inside a vehicle.
Ford Focus Overview - Edmunds.com (760 words)
Introduced for the 2000 model year, the Ford Focus was designed to be a "world car," meaning that it has been sold around the world in the same basic form as the car sold in the United States.
The main downside to a Ford Focus purchase from the new-car buyer standpoint is that the car is getting rather aged in terms of features and refinement when compared to newer competition in this price range.
Focus models sold from 2000-'03 came with either an anemic SOHC, 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine rated for 110 horsepower or a preferable DOHC 2.0-liter engine called the Zetec that was good for 130 hp.
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