The Ford Focus stands out as the best driver’s car in the class, complemented by a fine ride and decent practicalityread the full model review
Entry-level model gets some decent kit, including 16in alloy wheels, electric windows, driver’s side lumbar adjustment, air-con, a DAB radio, automatic emergency braking and lane assist. It only has a 4.2in infotainment screen, though, and we’d suggest bumping up to Zetec for a few more luxuries.
Engine:1.5 EcoBlue 95
Diesels will still be popular with fleet buyers and the Focus’s range starts with this 94bhp unit. We have yet to try it, but we will update you once we have.