Ford Focus Vignale variants
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Figures are based on a 20% deposit

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Total cash price £18,799. Borrowing £15,039 with a £3,760 deposit at a representative APR of 9.9%.

49 monthly payments
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Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

While it’s essentially the range-topping Focus, there are still a few engine and trim options for the Vignale. Keep reading to learn more so you can choose the best version for you.

Ford Focus Vignale buying guide

What Ford Focus Vignale trim levels are there?

Vignale can be thought of as the Focus’s range-topping trim level so you’ll only find a single trim level. There are a handful of optional extras, however, including a wireless charging pad for your smartphone, blind-spot monitoring, cross-traffic alert with braking, a powered bootlid on estate models, and the Driver Assistance Pack, which includes adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist and automatic high beams.

Among Focus Vignale models, you’ll also find some in Active X form. This option pack brings some chunky SUV styling touches to the Focus including more black plastic cladding on the body kit, slightly raised suspension and roof rails.

Ford Focus Vignale interior and technology

Most of the attention from the Focus’s Vignale treatment has been spent in the cabin. All versions feature leather seats and uniquely textured and patterned interior trim pieces to lift the ambience above that of a regular Focus.

All Focus Vignale models feature Ford’s Sync infotainment system. It’s generally pretty good, with logical menus and a clear, fuss-free layout. Ford also wins points for including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard or, if you’d prefer, you can use the system’s built-in sat nav.

Passenger space is fairly generous for a hatchback. Adults – even tall ones – can sit in each of the four outer seats, and the centre rear seat is just about wide enough to fit five in for short trips. Parents won’t struggle too much when seating kids in the back, but you might want to weigh up the Ford Puma or Ford Kuga SUVs if you’d prefer more headroom. Boot space is on par with the rest of the class with the Focus Vignale Estate being the more obvious choice if you need a lot of cargo room.

Ford Focus Vignale FAQs

You’ll find two different body styles of Focus Vignale, just as you will in the regular Focus. The first is the familiar five-door, five-seat hatchback but, if you need more space, consider the Focus Vignale Estate, which brings a much larger load area.

If you’re weighing up whether to buy a Focus Vignale, you might want to cross shop it against cars such as the Volkswagen Golf, Vauxhall Astra, Peugeot 308, Skoda Octavia and SEAT Leon.

Both hatchback and estate versions of the Focus Vignale measure in within a few millimetres of their respective rivals, with the hatchback being slightly less than 4.4 metres long and the estate coming up a little less than 4.7 metres long.

Space in the Focus has been substantially improved for the most recent generation. Four adults can sit comfortably with enough head and legroom in all positions, and you can realistically squeeze a fifth across the back row for shorter drives. Boot space is acceptable for the class, with the hatchback able to easily swallow a large suitcase and some soft bags, while the estate is a better choice if you need to carry bikes or other bulky items.

The Vignale models are only offered with the cream of the Focus’s engine crop. Your decision between petrol and diesel should mainly be guided by your driving needs – if you tend to cover high milages, the diesels will be a better bet, while the more affordable petrols will make a better choice if you do more urban and suburban driving. Thanks to the addition of a mild-hybrid system on more recent petrol models, there’s even less of an economy penalty for choosing one of these models.