What's the used Ford Focus hatchback like?
With the introduction of the second-generation Focus, Ford’s family hatchback matured into a car with less divisive styling, a more conventional interior and greater space.
Despite its less dramatic lines, the Focus held onto its position as the most appealing car to drive in this hotly contested marketplace.
True, the trade-off is a slightly busy low-speed ride, but the Focus never actually feels uncomfortable.
Space is good for all passengers, the driving position in particular offering plentiful adjustment to allow all shapes and sizes of driver to get comfortable. However, while the boot is well shaped, it’s a little on the small side.