What Car? says...
If you fit a bigger display to a smartphone, buyers will queue round the block to get one – and it seems the same trick is being used on the Ford Focus Estate. The latest version does everything the previous car did, but now you get an eyeball-pleasing 13.2in screen.
Of course, big infotainment screens are not necessarily the main reason people choose to buy an estate car. That's likely to be the bigger load area they offer for carrying stuff around (your new widescreen TV, for example).
That’s what we’ll be exploring over the next few pages of this review, where we'll rate its performance, handling, running costs, practicality and more. We’ll also help you digest the engine and trim options, and tell you which combination of the two makes the most sense.
|RRP price range||£24,660 - £37,710|
|Number of trims (see all)||11|
|Number of engines (see all)||4|
|Available fuel types (which is best for you?)||petrol, diesel|
|MPG range across all versions||36.2 - 67.3|
|Available doors options||5|
|Warranty||3 years / 60000 miles|
|Company car tax at 20% (min/max)||£1,297 / £2,717|
|Company car tax at 40% (min/max)||£2,594 / £5,433|