The 2011 Ford Focus offers tremendous value by delivering an EPA rating of up to 35 mpg highway while bringing premium content into the compact sedan market.
Safety and security are at the forefront of Focus for 2011. All models feature standard four-wheel ABS and, working in conjunction with ABS, standard AdvanceTrac with ESC using sophisticated sensors to help keep the car under control.
Remote Keyless Entry is now standard on all models, along with power locks and a remote trunk release.
Setting Focus apart from other small cars is industry-exclusive Ford SYNC technology, which is a fully integrated voice-activated communications and entertainment system allowing customers to control their Bluetooth-enabled cellphones and digital media players through simple voice commands.
Focus SE is equipped with a host of standard features, including power windows and mirrors, SIRIUS satellite radio and painted alloy wheels. Buyers of the SE sedan can deck out their rides with an eye-catching appearance package consisting of: machined-face premium alloy wheels, decklid spoiler and fog lamps.
Owners opting for the Focus SES also get a distinctive look and feel provided by standard 17-inch premium painted wheels with low-profile tires and a performance-tuned suspension. SES features a unique Euro-look fascia and dark chrome on the grille, headlamp and taillamp trim.
Focus is powered by a 2.0-liter Duratec I-4 engine that delivers 140 horsepower. The Focus coupe has been dropped for model year 2011.
Base model estimated mpg: 24/35
Estimated starting price: $16,640
Compiled by Motor Matters

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