What's the used Ford Focus like?
Ford has a reputation for making great-handling cars and this Focus continues that good name. There's plenty of grip, and a decent suspension set up means you'll experience little body roll. The ride isn't quite as good as a VW Golf's, but it is hard to fault its smoothness.
The car's interior is modern, yet functional, with a fantastic driving position and decent front- and rear headroom. Rear legroom isn't so great, but will be perfectly adequate for most adults.
This version of the Focus is narrower and longer than the previous car, but the boot is still a decent size, easy to access, and offers a useful 316 litres of space with the rear seats up.
Standard equipment is impressive. DAB radio and Bluetooth is standard across the range, while Titanium and Titanium X trims add such kit as an upgraded stereo, dual-zone climate control, cruise control and hill-start assist.