The Ford Focus Estate stands out as the best-handling family wagon, complemented by a decent ride, generous passenger space and a large boot possessed of some handy design features. Just bear in mind that the interior feels distinctly low rent and the seating isn't as versatile as some of its rivals'.get the best price
Trim: Titanium X
Adds 17in alloy wheels, privacy glass, part-leather seat trim and six-way electric driver’s seat adjustment to Titanium, but also makes the Focus Estate rather pricey.
Engine: 1.5 EcoBlue 120
If you're a company car driver rather than a private buyer, this 118bhp diesel is the engine that make sense. Not only does it attract small tax bills, but there's a good spread of shove once you get past its momentary low-end lag.
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