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Ford Focus

  • tickGreat ride and handling balance
  • tickSome cracking engines
  • tickGood reliability record
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Ford Focus Hatchback (2018 - )

The Ford Focus has traditionally been the keen driver’s choice in the family hatchback sector, and the latest car follows that theme, with a seriously polished driving experience that’s as comfortable as it is engaging. It also does a very solid job in every other area, making it a fabulous all-rounder. Don’t buy your next family hatch without giving this a look first.
Our verdict

Is the Ford Focus a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Ford Focus running costs

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Ford Focus safety

How well it assists you to stay safe.

Ford Focus features

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Ford Focus reliability

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Ford Focus interior

Driver and passenger space, materials, boot size etc.

Ford Focus performance

How it feels to drive across the engine range.

Our expert review

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This is a really key area with cars like the Focus, and as a result, the margins of difference are pretty slim. When judged on price, efficiency and resale values, the Focus is just about bang on with the Seat Leon, so it should cost roughly the same to own over a typical three-year period.

The Volkswagen Golf is pricier to buy and not as clean as the Ford, but the VW’s superior resale values will even out that difference. And, while neither the Hyundai i30 or Vauxhall Astra are as efficient as the Ford, both cost a little less to buy. However, these differences are by no means deal-breaking, and if you decide on the Focus, you’ll be getting decent value for money, whichever version you buy.
This is a really key area with cars like the Focus, and as a result, the margins of difference are pretty slim. When judged on price, efficiency and resale values, the Focus is just about bang on with the Seat Leon, so it should cost roughly the same to own over a typical three-year period.

The Volkswagen Golf is pricier to buy and not as clean as the Ford, but the VW’s superior resale values will even out that difference. And, while neither the Hyundai i30 or Vauxhall Astra are as efficient as the Ford, both cost a little less to buy. However, these differences are by no means deal-breaking, and if you decide on the Focus, you’ll be getting decent value for money, whichever version you buy.

Ford Focus buying and leasing deals

With 463 new and 11,311 used Ford Focus cars available on Auto Trader, we have the largest range of cars for sale across the UK.

BRAND NEW DEALS

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NEW & USED CARS

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LEASING DEALS

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Price range

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Most popular trims on Auto Trader

EcoBoost
£1,999 to £66,499
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T
£4,400 to £66,499
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£450 to £19,700
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£385 to £20,926
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£450 to £24,095
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ST-Line
£6,850 to £24,995
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