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Ford Focus review – still a good family hatchback?

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Finance representative example (PCP)

Total cash price £14,599. Borrowing £11,679 with a £2,920 deposit at a representative APR of 12.9%.

49 monthly payments
£225.32
Fixed interest rate
12.9%
Total amount payable
£18,911.29
Cost of credit
£4,312.29
Optional final payment
£5,176.00
Annual mileage limit
6000 miles

Ford Focus hatchback FAQs

We've not seen any horror stories about reliability of the latest-generation Ford Focus. Users report it's mechanically solid, and any problems that do occur tend to be minor electrical glitches that are easily sorted out.

Absolutely – the Focus might be slightly down on bootspace and back-seat space compared to, say, the more expensive VW Golf – but it's a small deficit and made up for by fun handling. There's something about the way the Focus drives that isn't matched by any of its rivals, and it has a strong engine choice, good reliability and a large dealer network.

Yes, most mountain bikes and road bikes will fit in the boot of a Focus hatchback once you've folded the rear seats flat. You'll likely want to remove the front wheel of your bike to make the job easier, however.

The Focus hatchback has a 358-litre boot – if you need a bigger boot then check out the Ford Focus estate.

A Ford Focus's back seats are spacious enough for tall adults to not feel squished – our 6'3" test subject (he's called Tim) can sit behind his own driving position without his knees touching the front seat, and there's enough headroom for comfort unless you lean unnaturally far back. Three abreast is tight, however.