Used Ford Focus cars for sale

We currently have 37 in stock

Our stock of used Ford Focus come in a range of gearbox and fuel type options and are currently located at the below sites

Fuel Type

If you remember the Ford Escort, you might remember how terrible it was by the mid 1990s. Ford’s mid-size hatchback needed a fresh start, and that’s just what the Focus gave it back in 1998 – sharp to look at, sharp to drive, the Focus certainly lived up to its name. Ever since that return to form, the Focus has been a regular in Britain’s top-ten best-selling cars, and has never strayed too far from the Mk1’s successful recipe.

Now in its fourth-generation (since 2018), you’ll also find the newest examples of the previous generation on Motorpoint forecourts. All offer great value for money, efficient petrol and diesel engines and a lively driving experience.

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Engines

The 2011-2018 Focus introduced a broad range of petrol and diesel engines. Later mainstream petrol models come with either 1.0-litre or 1.5-litre Ecoboost engines, while the TDCi diesels stretch from 1.5-litre to 2.0-litre capacities. The ST is your first step on the Focus hot hatch ladder, but this is not your old-school hot hatch with either a 2.0-litre petrol or diesel engine, and hatchback or even estate bodystyles. Six-speed automatic gearboxes are also available.

The Focus RS is top of the tree with a 2.3-litre Ecoboost petrol engine, four-wheel drive, manual transmission and even a drift mode! The Focus Electric is out there somewhere, but sold in tiny numbers.

The RS isn’t being invited back for the latest generation, with the ST instead inheriting its (de-tuned) 2.3-litre Ecoboost engine (or again the turbodiesel). That leaves the 1.0-litre as the only other petrol Ecoboost engine, though it is offered with the option of mild-hybrid (MHEV) technology for a circa 10% mpg boost, and actually these little Ecoboost motors strike a great balance between healthy performance and fantastic economy. The diesels carry Ecoblue branding, but again it’s a choice of 1.5 or 2.0-litre engines – with around 60mpg, they’re well worth a look.

Bodystyles

The third-generation 2011-2018 Focus is available as both a five-door hatchback and estate bodystyle (the saloon, three-door hatch and coupe-convertible of the previous model were all discontinued). The latest 2018-on Focus offers the same choices, but the Active trim level introduces more of a rugged crossover feel with a slightly raised ride height and extra body cladding.

Trim Levels

Even the entry-level 2011-2018 Focus gets air-conditioning and DAB radio, but stretching to Zetec trim is tempting thanks to its alloys and Sync infotainment system (see more in Technology section below). Titanium trim adds dual-zone climate control and parking sensors, while Titanium X adds introduces kit including part-leather seats that are heated for front passengers. ST-Line combines much of the flair of the sportier Focus ST with more frugal engines and lower running costs.

The latest Focus range starts with Zetec and moves up through Titanium Edition, Titanium X Edition, ST-Line Edition and ST-Line X Edition. Even Zetec gets a heated windscreen, front and rear parking sensors and 16-inch alloys, and a host of technology (see section below). Other highlights include 17-inch alloys and sports seats for the Titanium X, while ST-Line models again bring much of the style, equipment and driving experience (thanks to uprated suspension) of the sporty ST models with more affordable running costs.

Active and Active X are reserved for the crossover style models, which are marked out by their 30mm higher ride height and extra body cladding – the Active X gets 18-inch alloys, heated sports seats and a six-way adjustable driver’s seat among other toys.

Technology

If you’re always hunting for USB sockets, you’ll want the Zetec trim as a minimum for your 2011-2018 Focus. That’s the entry-point for the Sync 3 touchscreen infotainment system with voice control and Apple CarPlay/Android Auto. The good news is Titanium is only one step above the entry-level, so it’s really quite affordable. The far more luxurious Titanium X brings other handy toys including rear-view camera and parking assistance.

The latest Focus raises the technology bar considerably courtesy of the Sync 3 infotainment with 8-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto and 2x USB ports as standard. You’ll need at least Titanium X spec for the super-modern 12.3-inch digital instrument binnacle.

Other key options include head-up display (standard on ST), blind-spot information system with cross-traffic alert, and the wide-view rear camera that’s standard on the ST and bundled with the desirable Convenience Pack on other models.

 

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