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FORD FOCUS

Visionary. Ingenious. Remarkable. Every car bears his signature.

Unlock extra content online. Use an appropriate app on your smartphone or tablet to scan the QR codes in this brochure.

The world s best-selling name plate just got even better.
The new Focus has a sleek exterior, an elegant new grille, and new state-of-the-art headlights and rear lights. Sit inside and you ll appreciate the enhanced instrument panel and a new-design steering wheel. But it is the new technology such as a parking system that gets you in and out of tight spaces that ensures the most technologically advanced car in its class stays that way. Control Blade independent rear suspension The Ford Focus offers you an addictive driving experience. A key element is the Control Blade independent rear suspension that absorbs both horizontal and vertical rear-wheel movement and provides passive rear wheel steering for increased cornering stability.

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EcoBoost.The story of LESS FUEL

MORE POWER.
With its turbocharger, direct injection and diamond-like coating on the piston rings, the Ford EcoBoost engine produces the same performance as a larger engine, but with superior fuel economy and lower emissions. The new Ford Focus gives you a choice of three EcoBoost engine sizes:
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The 1.0-litre EcoBoost The 1.5-litre EcoBoost The 2.0-litre EcoBoost

three times winner of International Engine of the Year. all the power and performance of the 1.6-litre ultimate power, available in the exciting Focus ST.

EcoBoost it replaces, but with even fewer emissions and better fuel economy.


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ECOnetic and Electric. Engineered for economy.
The new Focus ECOnetic combines low running costs with the great driving dynamics that Focus is famous for. Offering outstanding economy, the ECOnetic TDCi diesel engine will be available from Spring 2015. The Ford Focus Electric provides exceptional levels of power and ef ciency. Delivering a smooth and whisper quiet performance, the 100% electric vehicle produces zero CO2 emissions with all the driving pleasure you expect from a Focus. Please see our separate Focus Electric brochure for more details.

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Active Braking uses sensors to monitor the road ahead. When it detects a possible collision at high speed it sends you a warning message on the instrument panel. If you don t react, the system applies the brakes automatically. At lower speeds, when stopping distances are typically shorter, Active City Stop is used to monitor the road ahead. If the system detects a potential collision the brakes are applied automatically to help avoid or minimise an impact.

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Ford SYNC 2 with Voice Control and Touchscreen lets you select music, control navigation, adjust climate control* make and receive hands-free , calls and choose contacts from your phone list with remarkably simple voice commands. It will even read out your incoming text messages. You can also do all that through the 8" highresolution colour touchscreen. *Voice adjustment of climate control is only available with DEATC (Dual Electronic Automatic Temperature Control)

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Active Park Assist helps you nd a space.
Active Park Assist can steer you into parallel or perpendicular parking spaces just 20% longer or wider than the car. Simply push a button and the sensors of this innovative system locate a suitable space as you drive past. Then it automatically steers you in, while all you do is operate the accelerator, brake and gears (following on-screen instructions and audible signals).

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Park-Out Assist works like Active Park Assist in reverse, helping you manoeuvre out of a parallel space. The system steers while you keep control of accelerator, brake and gears. When the system has cleared the space, it gives you a Take control of steering message through the cluster.

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Find extra pleasure in the small details.

Driver Alert
Designed to inform you if the system detects driving behaviour that indicates a drop in alertness levels. Initially, a warning icon is displayed in the instrument cluster, asking you to take a rest. If driving alertness further declines, the message is repeated and combined with a chime.

Rear-view camera
Select reverse gear and the rear-view camera comes on automatically in the navigation display, allowing you to see objects behind your car. Special guidance graphics indicate the width and centre line of the car, based on the steering angle, for safer and easier manoeuvring.

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Lane Keeping Alert and Lane Keeping Aid
Lane Keeping Alert is designed to recognise when you approach the road markings without using the indicator, and alerts you with vibrations through the steering wheel. Lane Keeping Aid is designed to apply steering torque back towards the lane you were in to help you recognise that corrective action is required.
Operates at speeds over 40 mph on multi-lane roads with clearly visible lane markings.

MyKey®
This innovative feature lets you tailor and limit car settings like top speed and audio volume to suit individual users.

Heated steering wheel
Keeps your hands warm and exible on even the coldest of days.

LED daytime running lights
Offers increased visibility to other road users. They are also more energy ef cient than dipped headlights due to the latest LED technology.

Adaptive Cruise Control
Combines cruise control and distance control. Simply enter the desired speed and distance from the vehicle in front, and Adaptive Cruise Control will automatically maintain the set distance if traf c conditions do not allow travel at the desired cruising speed.

Traf c Sign Recognition
Designed to automatically read standard format road-speed signs and display the last posted speed limit in the driver s instrument cluster. Also available with optional Satellite Navigation for enhanced traf c sign recognition. (See page 45 for details.)

Paddle gearshift
Available on automatics, a paddle tted to each side of the steering column allows you to select gears with a ick of your ngers.

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Pure exhilaration!
The thrilling Ford Focus ST gives you an addictive driving experience. Choose from two powerful engines: the 250 PS 2.0-litre EcoBoost or the 185 PS 2.0-litre Duratorq TDCi. The ST s unique styling includes 18" ST wheels, a full body kit and Recaro sports front seats.
Image shows optional 19" alloy wheels.

250 PS. 345 Nm

0-62mph 6.5s

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Focus bodystyles.
5-DOOR
Model shown is a Focus Titanium X in Deep Impact Blue metallic paint (option) with 18" 5x2-spoke alloy wheels (option).

ESTATE
Model shown is a Focus Titanium X in Tectonic Silver metallic paint (option) with Appearnce Pack 2 (Privacy glass and 18" 8-spoke alloy wheels) (option).

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Focus series

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16" 5x2-spoke alloy wheels Locking wheel nuts Electrically-operated door mirrors with body colour housings Body colour rear spoiler (5-door) Electronic Stability Control (ESC) with Traction Control and Emergency Brake Assist (EBA) Ford Easy-Fuel capless refuelling Ford Intelligent Protection System (IPS) Torque Vectoring Control Hill Start Assist Remote control central locking Tyre Pressure Monitoring System

16" 5-spoke Design steel wheels Electrically-operated and heated door mirrors with body colour housings Thatcham Category 1 alarm Body colour door handles Chrome- nish roof rails (Estate only)

16" 5x2-spoke alloy wheels Quickclear heated windscreen and washer jets Chrome window trim and nish on upper door line Black headlight bezel Front fog lights

17" 5-spoke alloy wheels Body coloured front styling kit with centre aero foil Upper and lower grilles in high gloss black honeycomb design Body coloured large rear spoiler and side skirts Rear bumper with integral body coloured diffuser and honeycomb mesh in high gloss black Sports-tuned suspension Dedicated LED day running lights Rear lights with LED technology

16" 10-spoke alloy wheel Front fog lights with chrome applique Active City Stop Rear parking distance sensors Automatic headlights Rain-sensing wipers

17" 15-spoke alloy wheels Electrically-operated, heated and powerfolding door mirrors with body colour housings Adaptive Lighting with bi-xenon headlights and dynamic curve light Dedicated LED day running lights Active Park Assist -including perpendicular park assist and park-out assist Rear lights with LED technology

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Bodystyles: 5-door and Estate Engines Petrol: Diesel:
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1.0 EcoBoost (100 PS) 1.6 Ti-VCT (105/125 PS) 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (95/120 PS) 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS)

1.0 EcoBoost (100/125 PS) 1.6 Ti-VCT (125 PS) 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (120 PS) 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (115 PS)

Bodystyles: 5-door and Estate Engines Petrol: Diesel: 1.0 EcoBoost (125 PS) 1.5 EcoBoost (150 PS) 1.6 Ti-VCT (125 PS) 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (120 PS) 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (115 PS)

Bodystyles: 5-door Engines Petrol:

1.0 EcoBoost (100/125 PS) 1.5 EcoBoost (150 PS) 1.6 Ti-VCT (125 PS) 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (120 PS) 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (115 PS) 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS)

Bodystyles: 5-door and Estate Engines Petrol: Diesel:

1.0 EcoBoost (100/125 PS) 1.5 EcoBoost (182 PS) 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (120 PS) 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS)

1.6 Ti-VCT (85PS)

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Driver, front passenger, side and curtain airbags * Manual air conditioning Trip/fuel computer Electrically-operated front windows with one-touch lowering on the driver's side MyKey®



Stereo radio/CD with DAB, 4.2" colour display, SYNC with Voice Control (includes Emergency Assistance), six speakers and USB connectivity Leather-trimmed 3-spoke steering wheel

Bright nish inner door levers Leather-trimmed gearshift knob Driver and passenger seat back map pocket



Centre console with driver s armrest, open stowage, CD storage, and 12-volt powerpoint Sports-style front seats Driver s seat with adjustable lumbar support

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*Front passenger s airbag deactivation is available as a Dealer tted option.

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Stainless steel sport pedals with rubber inserts Ford Power Starter Button

Premium centre console with armrest, stowage compartments, 12-volt front and rear power sockets, and leather-trimmed handbrake Sports-style front seats with red stitching



Premium centre console with armrest, stowage compartments, 12-volt front and rear power sockets, and leather-trimmed handbrake Dual-zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (DEATC) air conditioning



8" TFT Touchscreen DAB Radio/CD/SD with enhanced Voice Control (includes Emergency Assistance) Ford Power Starter Button Auto-dimming rear-view mirror LED courtesy lights

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Heated front seats Rear-view parking camera Partial leather-trimmed Charcoal Black seats Multi-colour ambient LED lighting Driver s 4-way power height and fore/aft seat adjust Passenger's manual lumbar support and seat height adjustment Front and rear velour carpet mats

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Panther Black Metallic body colour*

We chose Deep Impact Blue. What will you choose?
The Focus owes its beautiful and durable exterior to a special multi-stage
Moondust Silver Metallic body colour*

Frozen White Solid body colour*

painting process. From the wax-injected steel body sections to the protective top coat, new materials and application processes ensure your Focus will retain its good looks for many years to come.

Magnetic Metallic body colour*

Candy Red Special metallic body colour*

Race Red Solid body colour

Lunar Sky Metallic body colour*

Deep Impact Blue Metallic body colour*

Tectonic Silver Metallic body colour*

*Frozen White and metallic body colours are options at extra cost. The Ford Focus is covered by the Ford Perforation Warranty for 12 years from the date of rst registration. Subject to terms and conditions. Note The car images used are to illustrate body colours only and may not re ect current speci cation or product availability in certain markets. Colours and trims reproduced within this brochure may vary from the actual colours, due to the limitations of printing processes used.

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A feel for comfort.
The look and feel of interior materials plays a large part in appreciating the overall driving experience. That s why great care has been taken in designing and crafting the trims for the new Focus. 1 4

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Twist in Dark Charcoal Black for Studio/Style View in Charcoal Black for Zetec View in Charcoal Black (with red stitching) for Zetec S Groove/Lux in Charcoal Black for Titanium Capretto/Groove (partial leather) in Charcoal Black for Titanium X Basket Weave/Capretto (full leather) in Charcoal Black* for Titanium/Titanium X

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Wheels

17" 5-spoke alloy wheel. (Standard on Zetec S)

16" 10x2-spoke Luster Nickel- nish alloy 18" 8-spoke Y design alloy wheel. wheel. (Accessory) (Part of Appearance Pack 2)

18" 5x2-spoke alloy wheel. (Option on Titanium X - from early 2015) Titanium X i f i f i i i j i j i i i i j i i f f j i
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Wheels Design steel 16" 5-spoke (215/55 tyres)* Alloy 16"x7", 5x2-spoke (205/55 tyres)* Alloy 16"x7", 5x2-spoke (205/55 tyres)* Alloy 16"x7", 5x2-spoke (215/55 tyres with 2.0TDCi and 205/55 tyres with all other engines)* Alloy 17"x7", 15-spoke (215/50 tyres)* Alloy 17"x7", 5-spoke (215/50 tyres)* Alloy 18"x8", 8-spoke Y design (235/40 tyres)* (not available with 1.0 EcoBoost 100PS) Alloy 18"x8", 5x2-spoke (235/40 tyres)* (not available with 1.0 EcoBoost 100PS) [From early 2015] Spare Mini steel Spare Full-size 16" steel Locking wheel nuts (only with alloy wheels) i i i i

i = Standard, j = Optional, at extra cost, f = Part of an option pack at extra cost. *The wheel you choose will be tted with the tyre size noted, but no choice of tyre brand is available. Note: The 18" wheels and tyres available on Ford Focus are designed to deliver more sporting driving characteristics and a rmer ride quality

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Obsessively driven During its development, we test drove the Ford Focus the equivalent of 87 times around the globe. It s a car you can rely on, right down to the smallest ball bearing.

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Exterior design features Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with Cross Traffic Alert (includes power-foldable door mirrors with approach lights) Bright-finish on upper door line Door mirrors Body colour housing, electrically-operated, integrated side indicator Door mirrors Body colour housing, heated, electrically-operated, integrated side indicator Door mirrors Body colour housing, heated, electrically-operated, power-foldable, integrated side indicator, approach lights Front lower grille Self colour Front lower grille High-gloss black Front upper grille Self colour with chrome surround Front upper grille Self colour with chrome surround and finish bar Front upper grille High-gloss black with chrome surround Front fog lights City Country Motorway Rear privacy glass Rear spoiler Body colour (5-door only) Rear spoiler Body colour, large Roof rails Silver-finish (Estate only) Retractable tow bar with electric release button in luggage compartment (including 13-pin electrical kit, Permanent Power Supply, Trailer Sway Control) Zetec S Full body styling kit i = Standard, j = Optional, at extra cost, f = Part of an option pack at extra cost.

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To help you see more and be more visible to other drivers, the Ford Focus combines adaptive bi-xenon lights, which are more than twice as powerful as conventional lights, with the latest camera technology and LED daytime running lights.

Auto High Beam When oncoming traf c is detected, the headlights dip automatically, then revert to high beam when the vehicle has passed. Static cornering headlight To help you see further, the lights illuminate the inside of a corner when you turn the steering wheel beyond 30 degrees into the direction of turn.

Optimal light patterns Sensors detect your driving conditions and automatically adapt the light beam pattern to offer maximum illumination.

6% more aerodynamic
Active Grille Shutter Mounted in the grille aperture ahead of the radiator, Ford's Active Grille Shutter features motorised horizontal vanes which can rotate through 90 degrees to block the air ow, and when fully closed can reduce aerodynamic drag by up to six per cent.
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Exterior convenience features Door edge protectors Front and rear Active Park Assist including perpendicular park assist and park-out assist Ford Easy-Fuel capless refuelling system Headlights Dedicated LED day running (includes rear lights with LED technology) Headlights Automatic on/off (includes automatic wipers with rain sensor, headlight courtesy delay) Headlights Bi-Xenon Adaptive Lighting with dynamic curve light, automatic height levelling and jet wash (includes dedicated LED day running lights, static cornering lights, and variable dimming of instrument cluster) Parking distance sensors Rear Wipers Standard with 6-speed interval settings Wipers Automatic, with rain sensor (includes automatic headlights, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, headlight courtesy delay) Quickclear heated windscreen, with heated windscreen washer jets i j i j/f i f i j/f i f i i i i i i i i j j f i f f j f i i f j f i f i j i i i i i i

Option packs Appearance Pack 1 17" 5x2-spoke alloy wheels, privacy glass and LED day running lights Appearance Pack 2 18" 8-spoke alloy wheels and rear privacy glass Convenience Pack Active Park Assist including perpendicular & parallel park assist and park-out assist, electric/heated power-foldable door mirrors, and electrically-operated front and rear windows with one-touch lowering/closing (not available with 1.6 Ti-VCT engines) Driver Assistance Pack Lane Keeping Alert, Lane departure warning, Lane Keeping Aid, Traffic Sign Recognition, Driver Alert and Auto high beam (includes auto headlamps, auto wipers, auto dimming rear view mirror on Zetec/Zetec S) j j j j j j j j j j i j

Front and rear door edge protectors. When the car door is opened, a concealed protective ap instantly moves into position and provides a buffer that protects paint and bodywork.

Demist in seconds
Quickclear heated windscreen Push a button and a heated element built into the windscreen clears the glass in seconds. It will also defrost an icy windscreen reducing the need for ice scrapers.

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Interior convenience features Ford Power Starter Button Cruise control (includes Speed Limiter) Adaptive Cruise Control (includes Distance Alert and Distance Indication) (not available with 1.6 Duratorq TDCi engines) Centre console Regular, with open stowage bins, additional 12 V power point Centre console Mid with armrest, open stowage bins, CD storage, additional 12 V front and rear power points Centre console Premium with sliding armrest, covered stowage bins, CD storage, additional 12 V front and rear power points Courtesy light For front and rear passengers, overhead halogen light, in load compartment Courtesy light LED lights for front and rear passengers, overhead light, in load compartment Courtesy light Ambient LED courtesy lighting (single colour), footwell area, inner door levers, door map pockets, front and rear map-reading lights Courtesy light Ambient LED courtesy lighting (multi-colour), footwell area, inner door levers, door map pockets, front and rear map-reading lights MyKey® Rear-view mirror Auto-dimming Rear-view parking camera Sunroof Electric tilt/slide (5 door only) Trip/fuel computer Windows Electrically-operated front with one-touch lowering/closing on driver's side Windows Electrically-operated front and rear with one-touch lowering/closing on driver's side, global closing i = Standard, j = Optional, at extra cost, f = Part of an option pack, at extra cost.

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i = Standard, j = Optional, at extra cost, f = Part of an option pack, at extra cost. *Ford Emergency Assistance operates in over 30 European countries. This feature works when paired with a compatible connected mobile phone that is with you when an airbag is deployed (excludes knee airbags) or a sensor that registers a crash and deactivates the fuel pump. Text function and Emergency Assistance not supported by all European languages. Compatible mobile phone required. See your local Ford website for latest information.

Fast changes
Ford PowerShift Ford PowerShift 6-speed automatic transmission cleverly selects the next appropriate gear at exactly the right moment, delivering lightning-fast gear changes with no disruption to the ow of power. Sport pedal set Add a sporty and stylish appearance with the addition of these stainless steel sport pedals with rubber inserts. (Standard on Zetec S)

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Audio and communication systems Radio/CD, 3.5" starburst display, integrated control panel, 6 speakers, USB connectivity port with iPod® functionality, remote audio controls Radio/CD with DAB, 4.2" colour display extended integrated control panel, SYNC with Voice Control and AppLink (includes Emergency Assistance*), 6 speakers, USB connectivity port with iPod® functionality, external AUX connection for external music devices, remote audio controls Radio/CD/SD with DAB, 8" TFT Touchscreen display, SYNC 2 with Voice Control and Touchscreen (includes Emergency Assistance*), Bluetooth® and Voice Control and audible text messaging, USB and Privacy Mode, external AUX connection for external music devices, remote audio controls, 6 speakers, SD memory card slot for data (e.g. music) exchange. Radio/CD/SD-navigation system with DAB, 8" TFT Touchscreen display, SYNC 2 with Voice Control and Touchscreen (includes Emergency Assistance*), 3D navigation, Bluetooth® and Voice Control and audible text messaging, USB and Privacy Mode, external AUX connection for external music devices, remote audio controls, 6 speakers, SD memory card slot for data (e.g. music) exchange; navigation data on SD card Radio/CD/SD-navigation system with DAB, 8" TFT Touchscreen display, SYNC 2 with Voice Control and Touchscreen (includes Emergency Assistance*), 3D navigation, Bluetooth® and Voice Control and audible text messaging, USB and Privacy Mode, external AUX connection for external music devices, remote audio, 10 Sony-branded speakers (includes sub woofer), SD memory card slot for data (e.g. music) exchange; navigation data on SD card

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Traf c Sign Recognition The front camera is designed to automatically read standard format road-speed and traf c signs, and display them in the instrument cluster. It acts as a reminder of current road restrictions, and is automatically updated when a new limit comes into view. The signs can be either alongside the road as permanent or temporary signs or above it as overhead gantries. If there are two speed limits in force such as dry and wet weather limits these are both displayed in the instrument cluster.

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Ford SYNC with AppLink* lets you play music, make and receive hands-free calls and even control apps on your smartphone all with simple voice commands. And the Ford Emergency Assistance* feature is designed to assist occupants to place an emergency call and provide the emergency services with vehicle location information in their own language.
*Compatible mobile phone required. You can browse a list of AppLink-compatible apps from your regional Ford website, or via the Ford App Catalog available in iOS and Android stores. SYNC AppLink and Emergency Assistance are not supported by all European languages.

Satellite Navigation The instrument cluster displays the current speed and warning sign. Traf c Sign Recognition is enhanced in the new Focus by using a combination of the front camera and the optional Satellite Navigation database. The front camera system is always required; when the customer chooses optional Sat Nav this functionality is added to the system. It allows the Traf c Sign Recognition System to not only identify construction zones and variable speed signs (such as those found on motorways), but also detect urban areas and show standard urban speeds. Roads through areas without adequate signage can also be identi ed by the Sat Nav and the appropriate speed is shown in cluster.

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Climate control Air conditioning Manual control Air conditioning Dual-zone Electronic Automatic Temperature Control (DEATC) i i i i i i

Seats Front seats Comfort-style Front seats Sports-style Front seat Driver's manual lumbar support adjustment Front seat Driver's manual height and fore/aft adjustment Front seat Driver's power height and fore/aft adjustment Front seat Passenger's manual lumbar support adjustment Front seat Passenger's manual fore/aft adjustment Front seat Passenger's manual height and fore/aft adjustment Front seats Heated cushion and seatback Seats Partial leather-trimmed Charcoal Black sport-style front seats (V-Shape) with 3-D-effect fabric "Groove" inserts; premium leather trimmed backrest, cushion and inner bolsters; vinyl trimmed side facings, headrests, 1st row backrest, front centre armrest and doorpanels Seats Leather-trimmed Charcoal Black sport-style front seats (V-Shape) with premium embosssed 3-D-effect leather "Basket Weave" trimmed backrest, cushion inserts and inner bolsters, premium "Capretto" leather on backrest, cushion, upper bolster, rear centre armrest, vinyl trimmed side facings, headrests, front centre armrest, 1st row backrest and doorpanels (includes power driver seat, driver/passenger heated seats) Rear seat 60:40 split back and cushion Rear seat Folding centre armrest, with two integrated cup holders Loadspace Auxiliary power socket (Estate only) Easy-stow tonneau cover (Estate only) i = Standard, j = Optional, at extra cost, f = Part of an option pack, at extra cost.

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New centre console storage This handy new feature has a sliding cover containing a storage space with a removable trinket tray, 12-volt power point, AUX and USB connectivity for SYNC 1 and 2. (Standard on Zetec S, Titanium and Titanium X.) Cupholder The new cupholder has adjustable sliders to grip cups. It can also be used as storage when sliders are in forward or rear position, and the movable oor allows it to hold a 1-litre bottle. (Standard on Zetec S, Titanium and Titanium X)

Door opener Map pocket Submarine Footwell

Multi-colour ambient lighting is standard on Titanium X with a choice of seven colours. Orange ambient lighting is standard on Titanium.

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Steering Hydraulic power-assisted steering (HPAS) (1.6 Ti-VCT (85 PS), (105 PS) engines, and (125 PS) engine with PowerShift transmission) Electric power-assisted steering (EPAS) (not available on 1.6 Ti-VCT (105 PS) engines, and 1.6 Ti-VCT (125 PS) engine with PowerShift transmission) Suspension Front Independent with MacPherson struts and anti-roll bar, rear Independent Control Blade multi-link system and anti-roll bar Suspension Sports Technology Ford Eco Mode driver information system Auto-Start-Stop system (not available on 1.6 T-VCT (85 PS), (105 PS) or (125 PS) engines) i = Standard, j = Optional, at extra cost,

Safety and driver assistance i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i Intelligent Protection System (IPS)1) Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)1) with Electronic Brake-Force Distribution (EBD)1) Enhanced Electronic Stability Control (ESC)1) with Traction Control1), Emergency Brake Assist (EBA)1), Hill Start Assist (HSA)2) and Trailer Sway Control1) (not available with ECOnetic engine) Hill Start Assist2) Emergency Brake Warning2) Automatic flashing of brake lights under heavy braking i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i

i = Standard, j = Optional, at extra cost, f = Part of an option pack, at extra cost, 1)Safety feature, 2)Driver assistance feature. ◆ Note: A child seat should never be placed in the front passenger seat when the Ford vehicle is equipped with an operational front passenger's airbag. The safest place for children is properly restrained on the rear seat.

Intelligent Protection System
Awarded the NCAP 5-star rating, Ford Focus s advanced Intelligent Protection System (IPS) uses a range of sophisticated technologies that are designed to help keep you protected, including an ultra-high strength steel safety cage, an anti-lock braking system with electronic brake-force distribution, and front and curtain airbags.
The Ford Focus IPS includes:
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Driver s and front passenger s airbagsu* Driver's and front passenger's side impact airbags Side curtain airbags for front and rear seats Collapsible steering column and pedals for optimised protection of driver's legs and feet Robust computer-optimised body structure with ultra-rigid safety cell and crumple zones Pre-tensioners, load-limiting retractors and height-adjustable mounts on front seat belts Anti-submarining seat bases Anti-lock brakes (ABS) with electronic brake-force distribution (EBD) and Emergency Brake Assist (EBA) and Hill Start Assist Emergency Brake Warning Torque Vectoring Control iISOFIX compatible with outer rear seats

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*Front passenger s airbag deactivation is available as a Dealer tted option. u A rear-facing child seat should never be placed in the front passenger seat when the Ford vehicle is equipped with an operational front passenger s airbag. The safest place for children is properly restrained on the rear seat. 48

Titanium X

Titanium

Titanium

Zetec S

Zetec S

Studio

Studio

Mechanical features

Safety equipment

Zetec

Zetec

Style

Style

360o protection
The new Focus uses sensors to monitor the road all around you.
1. Adaptive Cruise Control Helps maintain a preset gap between your Ford Focus and the vehicle ahead. If the vehicle in front slows down, the system decelerates. When the gap widens, your Ford Focus returns to the desired speed. 2. Active City Stop Designed to sense potential low-speed collisions and apply the brakes if you don t react in time. 3. Pre-Collision Assist Active at all speeds, Pre-Collision Assist is designed to help you when it detects an imminent impact with a vehicle ahead. First it gives you a visual and audible warning, then, if required, applies the brakes. 4. Blind Spot Information System As another vehicle - car, van or lorry - enters your blind spot, the system alerts you with a discreet warning light built into the driver s and passenger s door mirrors. 5. Cross Traf c Alert As you pull out from a perpendicular space, Cross Traf c Alert scans left and right. If a vehicle or other hazard is detected, a visual and audible alert gives a warning. 6. Lane Keeping Alert and Lane Keeping Aid Designed to recognise when you approach lane markings without using the indicator, Lane Keeping Alert warns you with vibrations through the steering wheel. If the system detects that an unintentional lane change is likely to occur, Lane Keeping Aid is designed to apply a steering torque back towards the lane you were in. 7. Rear-view camera Select reverse gear and the rear-view camera comes on automatically in the navigation display, allowing you to see objects behind your car. For safer and easier manoeuvring, special guidance graphics indicate the width and centre line of the car.

Airbags Driver and front passenger's◆1) Airbags Front side impact1) Airbags Front and rear side curtain1) Active City Stop1) Tyre Pressure Monitoring1) Seats ISOFIX mounting provision for child seat1) Security Remote central/double locking Perimeter and volume-sensing alarm Thatcham Category 1 perimeter and volume-sensing alarm Ford KeyFree System with Ford Power Starter Button (includes power-foldable door mirrors and 2 remote keys) (fully keyless vehicle)

i i i i i i i

i i i j i i i i

i i i j/f i i i i

i i i j/f i i i i

i i i i i i i i j

i i i i i i i i j

i = Standard, j = Optional, at extra cost, f = Part of an option pack, at extra cost, 1)Safety feature, 2)Driver assistance feature. ◆ Note: A child seat should never be placed in the front passenger seat when the Ford vehicle is equipped with an operational front passenger's airbag. The safest place for children is properly restrained on the rear seat.

Distance Alert A radar hidden behind the grille determines the distance and time to the vehicle in front. A series of coloured alerts represents the time to the vehicle in front.

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Titanium X
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Titanium

Zetec S

Studio

Safety equipment

Zetec

Style

Fuel, performance and emissions
The fuel economy gures quoted in the table below are achieved by following strict EU governed test procedures and are speci cally designed to enable customers to compare vehicles from all manufacturers on a like-for-like basis. Fuel consumption is directly affected by the length of the journey; number of passengers and amount of luggage carried; individual driving style; road and traf c conditions; weather conditions; vehicle age, mileage, condition and standard of maintenance; use of vehicle features such as air conditioning; and any modi cations to the vehicle such as the addition of a roof rack. Your fuel economy will vary based on these and other factors and, for these reasons, many drivers may not achieve the EU fuel economy gures (below) in day-to-day driving, although the vehicle is technically capable of doing so. Fuel consumption MPG (L/100 km)øø Maximum Power PS (kW) CO2 emissions (g/km)øø Transmission Extra Urban Torque Nm Euro Stage Combined Performanceø

Fuel, performance and emissions
The fuel economy gures quoted in the table below are achieved by following strict EU governed test procedures and are speci cally designed to enable customers to compare vehicles from all manufacturers on a like-for-like basis. Fuel consumption is directly affected by the length of the journey; number of passengers and amount of luggage carried; individual driving style; road and traf c conditions; weather conditions; vehicle age, mileage, condition and standard of maintenance; use of vehicle features such as air conditioning; and any modi cations to the vehicle such as the addition of a roof rack. Your fuel economy will vary based on these and other factors and, for these reasons, many drivers may not achieve the EU fuel economy gures (below) in day-to-day driving, although the vehicle is technically capable of doing so. Fuel consumption MPG (L/100 km)øø Maximum Power PS (kW) CO2 emissions (g/km)øø Transmission Extra Urban 31-62 mph* (secs) Torque Nm Euro Stage Combined Performanceø 31-62 mph* (secs) 10.4 9.2 10.9 9.9 8.1 N/A
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Max. speed (mph)

Max. speed (mph) 112 120 112 120 130 129

0-62 mph (secs)

Technical Data 5-door 1.6 Ti-VCT (85 PS) 1.6 Ti-VCT (105 PS) 1.6 Ti-VCT (125 PS) 1.0 EcoBoost (100 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.0 EcoBoost (125 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.5 EcoBoost (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.5 EcoBoost (182 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop)

Technical Data 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (120 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (115 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) ø øø

Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI

M5 M5 DPS6 (PowerShift) M5 M6 M6 M6

85 (63) 105 (77) 125 (92) 100 (74) 125 (92) 150 (110) 182 (134)

141 150 159 170 170 240 240

136 136 146 105 108 127 127

34.0 (8.3) 34.0 (8.3) 32.5 (8.7) 49.6 (5.7) 49.6 (5.7) 40.4 (7.0) 40.4 (7.0)

61.4 (4.6) 61.4 (4.6) 57.7 (4.9) 72.4 (3.9) 68.9 (4.1) 61.4 (4.6) 61.4 (4.6)

47.9 (5.9) 47.9 (5.9) 44.8 (6.3) 61.4 (4.7) 60.1 (4.7) 51.4 (5.5) 51.4 (5.5)

106 116 120 115 120 130 138

14.9 12.3 11.7 12.5 11.0 8.9 8.6

17.0 16.6 N/A 12.8 11.8 8.2 8.0

Stage VI + DPF Stage VI + DPF Stage V + DPF Stage V + DPF Stage VI + DPF Stage VI + DPF

M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 MPS6 (PowerShift)

95 (70) 120 (88) 95 (70) 115 (85) 150 (110) 150 (110)

250 270 230 270 370 370

98 98 109 109 105 115

65.7 (4.3) 65.7 (4.3) 55.4 (5.1) 55.4 (5.1) 60.1 (4.7) 54.3 (5.2)

83.1 (3.4) 83.1 (3.4) 76.4 (3.7) 76.4 (3.7) 76.4 (3.7) 70.6 (4.4)

74.3 (3.8) 74.3 (3.8) 67.3 (4.2) 67.3 (4.2) 70.6 (4.0) 64.2 (4.4)

*In 4th gear. Ford test gures. The declared Fuel Consumptions and CO2 emissions are measured according to the technical requirements and speci cations of the European Regulations (EC) 715/2007 and (EC) 692/2008 as last amended. Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are speci ed for a vehicle variant and not for a single car. The applied standard test procedure enables comparisons between different vehicle types and different manufacturers. In addition to the fuel ef ciency of a car, driving behaviour as well as other non-technical factors play a role in determining a car's fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. CO2 is the main greenhouse gas responsible for global warming. A guide on fuel economy and CO2 emissions which contain data for all new passenger car models is available at any point of sale free of charge or can be downloaded from http://carfueldata.dft.gov.uk/. DPF = diesel particulate lter.

Same power with more fuel ef ciency and lower emissions
New 1.5-litre diesel engine Available from Spring 2015, the new ECOnetic TDCi diesel engine will provide an exceptional balance of power and economy.

10% reduction in fuel consumption
When your Ford Focus is idling at a standstill, Auto-Start-Stop automatically shuts down the engine to save fuel. When you want to drive off, the engine immediately restarts. The system can reduce fuel consumption by up to 5% in mixed driving conditions and 10% in an urban environment.

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0-62 mph (secs) 12.0 10.5 12.5 10.8 8.8 8.7

Urban

Urban

The fuel economy gures quoted in the table below are achieved by following strict EU governed test procedures and are speci cally designed to enable customers to compare vehicles from all manufacturers on a like-for-like basis. Fuel consumption is directly affected by the length of the journey; number of passengers and amount of luggage carried; individual driving style; road and traf c conditions; weather conditions; vehicle age, mileage, condition and standard of maintenance; use of vehicle features such as air conditioning; and any modi cations to the vehicle such as the addition of a roof rack. Your fuel economy will vary based on these and other factors and, for these reasons, many drivers may not achieve the EU fuel economy gures (below) in day-to-day driving, although the vehicle is technically capable of doing so. Fuel consumption MPG (L/100 km)øø Maximum Power PS (kW) CO2 emissions (g/km)øø Transmission Extra Urban Torque Nm Euro Stage Combined Performanceø 31-62 mph* (secs) Max. speed (mph) 0-62 mph (secs)

5-door 1.6 Ti-VCT (85 PS), 5-speed manual 1.6 Ti-VCT (105 PS), 5-speed manual 1.6 Ti-VCT (125 PS), PowerShift 6-speed auto 1.0 EcoBoost (100 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 5-speed manual 1.0 EcoBoost (125 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 EcoBoost (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 EcoBoost (182 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (120 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (115 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), PowerShift 6-speed auto Estate 1.6 Ti-VCT (105 PS), 5-speed manual 1.6 Ti-VCT (125 PS), PowerShift 6-speed auto 1.0 EcoBoost (100 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 5-speed manual 1.0 EcoBoost (125 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 EcoBoost (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 EcoBoost (182 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (120 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 5-speed manual 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (115 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), PowerShift 6-speed auto
E = Exceeds security requirement for model concerned and group rating has been reduced. Insurance ratings are issued by the Association of British Insurers and are shown above on the 1-50 rating scale.

7E 11E 13E 11E 13E 11E 14E 14E 19E 11E 15E 11E 15E 15E 15E 22E 22E 11E 13E 11E 13E 11E 14E 14E 19E 11E 15E 11E 15E 15E 15E 22E 22E 22E 22E 16E 16E 16E 16E 13E 13E 12E 14E 19E 22E 12E 14E 22E 22E 16E 16E 16E 16E 13E 13E 12E 14E 19E 22E 12E 14E

Technical Data Estate 1.6 Ti-VCT (105 PS) 1.6 Ti-VCT (125 PS) 1.0 EcoBoost (100 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.0 EcoBoost (125 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.5 EcoBoost (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.5 EcoBoost (182 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (120 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (115 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop) 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop)

Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI + DPF Stage VI + DPF Stage V + DPF Stage V + DPF Stage VI + DPF Stage VI + DPF

M5 DPS6 (PowerShift) M5 M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 M6 MPS6 (PowerShift)

105 (77) 125 (92) 100 (74) 125 (92) 150 (110) 182 (134) 95 (70) 120 (88) 95 (70) 115 (85) 150 (110) 150 (110)

150 159 170 170 240 240 250 270 230 270 370 370

139 146 109 110 128 128 98 98 109 109 105 115

Urban

33.6 (8.4) 32.5 (8.7) 47.9 (5.9) 47.9 (5.9) 39.8 (7.1) 39.8 (7.1) 65.7 (4.3) 65.7 (4.3) 55.4 (5.1) 55.4 (5.1) 60.1 (4.7) 54.3 (5.2)

60.1 (4.7) 57.7 (4.9) 67.3 (4.2) 67.3 (4.2) 60.1 (4.7) 60.1 (4.7) 83.1 (3.4) 83.1 (3.4) 76.4 (3.7) 76.4 (3.7) 76.4 (3.7) 70.6 (4.4)

47.1 (6.0) 44.8 (6.3) 58.9 (4.8) 58.9 (4.8) 50.4 (5.6) 50.4 (5.6) 74.3 (3.8) 74.3 (3.8) 67.3 (4.2) 67.3 (4.2) 70.6 (4.0) 64.2 (4.4)

116 120 115 120 130 138 112 120 112 120 130 129

12.5 11.9 12.7 11.2 9.1 8.8 12.2 10.7 12.5 10.8 9.0 8.9

16.8 N/A 13.0 12.0 8.4 8.2 10.6 9.4 10.9 9.9 8.3 N/A

*In 4th gear. øFord test gures. øøThe declared Fuel Consumptions and CO2 emissions are measured according to the technical requirements and speci cations of the European Regulations (EC) 715/2007 and (EC) 692/2008 as last amended. Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are speci ed for a vehicle variant and not for a single car. The applied standard test procedure enables comparisons between different vehicle types and different manufacturers. In addition to the fuel ef ciency of a car, driving behaviour as well as other non-technical factors play a role in determining a car's fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. CO2 is the main greenhouse gas responsible for global warming. A guide on fuel economy and CO2 emissions which contain data for all new passenger car models is available at any point of sale free of charge or can be downloaded from http://carfueldata.dft.gov.uk/. DPF = diesel particulate lter.

EcoBoost = more power + better fuel economy
As well as generating more power compared to conventional engines, EcoBoost power units improve fuel ef ciency and CO2 emissions by as much as 20 per cent.

Clever features that save time and hassle
Capless refuelling with Ford Easy-Fuel No dirty fuel caps to touch. Plus Ford Easy-Fuel with its unique safeguard ensures nobody accidentally lls up with the wrong fuel.

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Titanium X

Titanium

Zetec S

Studio

Fuel, performance and emissions

Insurance Groups

Zetec

Style

Max. Towable Mass (unbraked) (kg)

5-door 1.6 Ti-VCT (85 PS), 5-speed manual 1.6 Ti-VCT (105 PS), 5-speed manual 1.6 Ti-VCT (125 PS), PowerShift 6-speed auto 1.0 EcoBoost (100 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 5-speed manual 1.0 EcoBoost (125 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 EcoBoost (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 EcoBoost (182 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (120 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (115 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), PowerShift 6-speed auto Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI + DPF Stage VI + DPF Stage V + DPF Stage V + DPF Stage VI + DPF Stage VI + DPF 1264 1264 1310 1276 1280 1325 1325 1338 1343 1332 1336 1415 1455 1825 1825 1825 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 2050 2050 2525 2525 2825 2900 3100 3400 3400 3100 3100 3100 3100 3550 3550 700 700 1000 1000 1200 1500 1500 1200 1200 1200 1200 1500 1500 630 630 655 635 640 660 660 665 670 665 665 705 725

Estate 1.6 Ti-VCT (105 PS), 5-speed manual 1.6 Ti-VCT (125 PS), PowerShift 6-speed auto 1.0 EcoBoost (100 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 5-speed manual 1.0 EcoBoost (125 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 EcoBoost (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 EcoBoost (182 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.5 Duratorq TDCi (120 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (95 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 1.6 Duratorq TDCi (115 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), 6-speed manual 2.0 Duratorq TDCi (150 PS) (with Auto-Start-Stop), PowerShift 6-speed auto Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI Stage VI + DPF Stage VI + DPF Stage V + DPF Stage V + DPF Stage VI + DPF Stage VI + DPF 1300 1334 1313 1316 1350 1350 1362 1368 1355 1361 1460 1471 1825 1825 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 1900 2050 2050 2525 2825 2900 3100 3400 3400 3100 3100 3100 3100 3850 3850 700 1000 1000 1200 1500 1500 1200 1200 1200 1200 1800 1800 650 665 655 655 675 675 680 680 675 680 730 735

# Represents the lightest kerbweight assuming driver at 75kg, full uid levels and 90% fuel levels, subject to manufacturing tolerances and options, etc., tted. Towing limits quoted represent the maximum towing ability of the vehicle at its Gross Vehicle Mass to restart on a 12 per cent gradient at sea level. The performance and economy of all models will be reduced when used for towing. Nose weight limit is a maximum of 75kg on all models. Gross Train Mass includes trailer weight.

Thule®+ roof box A range of different size roof boxes are available. Shown here is the Thule® Dynamic 800. (Accessory) Lockable roof base carrier Base for all shown attachments. (Accessory) Thule®+ ski/snowboard carrier Elegant, fully-lockable ski carrier suitable for up to six pairs of skis. (Accessory) ClimAir®+ wind de ector Reduces turbulence and noise for a more enjoyable drive with the windows down, even during light rain. (Accessory) For more accessories for your Focus visit www.ford-accessories.co.uk. For a range of Ford branded items from clothing to lifestyle products and model cars
+Item covered by third party supplier s warranty. Please see back cover for details.

visit www.fordlifestylecollection.com.

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Max. Towable Mass (unbraked) (kg)
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Max. Towable Mass (braked) (kg)

Max. Towable Mass (braked) (kg)

Gross Vehicle Mass (kg)

Gross Vehicle Mass (kg)

Weights and loads
Kerbweight (kg)# Euro Stage

Weights and loads
Kerbweight (kg)# Euro Stage

Gross Train Mass (kg)

Gross Train Mass (kg)

Titanium X

5-door

Model Seat facing trim and colour Seat bolster trim and colour Instrument panel colour: Upper Instrument panel colour: Lower Solid body colours Frozen White* Race Red Metallic body colours* Panther Black Deep Impact Blue Moondust Silver Magnetic Tectonic Silver Lunar Sky

Titanium

Zetec S

Studio

Zetec

Style

Overall length (mm) Twist in Dark Charcoal Black Freedom in Charcoal Black Charcoal Black Charcoal Black j i j j Twist in Dark Charcoal Black Freedom in Charcoal Black Charcoal Black Charcoal Black j i j j j j View in Charcoal Black Boost in Charcoal Black Charcoal Black Charcoal Black j i j j j j j View in Charcoal Black (with red stitching) Boost in Charcoal Black (with red stitching) Charcoal Black Charcoal Black j i j j j j j Groove/Lux in Charcoal Black Lux in Charcoal Black Charcoal Black Charcoal Black j i j j j j j j j j j j Basket Weave/Capretto in Charcoal Black*2) Capretto in Charcoal Black*2) Charcoal Black Charcoal Black j j j j j j j j j Capretto/Groove in Charcoal Black*1) Capretto/Lux in Charcoal Black*1) Charcoal Black Charcoal Black j i j j j j j j j Basket Weave/Capretto in Charcoal Black*2) Capretto in Charcoal Black*2) Charcoal Black Charcoal Black j j j j j j j j j Overall width with/without mirrors (mm) Overall width with folded-back mirrors (mm) Overall height without/with roof rails (unladen) (mm) Minimum distance between wheel arches (in luggage compartment) Turning circle kerb to kerb (m) Luggage capacity (litres) 5-seat mode (laden to package tray) (with mini spare) 5-seat mode (laden to package tray) (with full-size spare) 2-seat mode (laden to roof) (with tyre repair kit) 2-seat mode (laden to roof) (with mini spare) 2-seat mode (laden to roof) (with full-size spare) Fuel tank capacity (litres) Petrol Diesel
Measured in accordance with ISO 3832. Dimensions may vary dependent on the model and equipment tted. *60 litres for 2.0 Duratorq TDCi engines.

4360 2010/1823 1858 1469 / N/A 1029 11.0 316 277 1262 1215 1176 55 53/60*

Special metallic body colour* Candy Red i = Standard, j = Option at extra cost, = Not available.1)Charcoal Black sport-style front seats with "Groove" fabric inserts; premium leather-trimmed backrest, cushion and inner bolsters, 2)Leather-trimmed Charcoal Black sport-style front seats with premium leather "Basket Weave" trimmed backrest, cushion inserts and inner bolsters; premium "Capretto" leather on backrest, cushion, upper bolster, rear centre armrest. *Frozen White solid body colour, metallic body colours and leather trim are options at extra cost.

5-door

Estate

1469mm

1823mm

4360mm

1492mm

1823mm

4560mm

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Estate 4560 2010/1823 1858 N/A /1492 1149 11.0 476 N/A 1516 1502 N/A 55 53/60*

Colours and trims

Dimensions

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Series seat trims.
The look and feel of interior materials plays a large part in appreciating the overall driving experience. That s why great care has been taken in designing and crafting the trims for the new Focus.

1

3

5

1

2

4

6

1. Studio/Edge Twist in Dark Charcoal Black 2. Zetec View in Charcoal Black

3. Zetec S View in Charcoal Black (with red stitching) 4. Titanium Groove/Lux in Charcoal Black

5. Titanium X Capretto/Groove (partial leather) in Charcoal Black* 6. Titanium/Titanium X (option) Basket Weave/Capretto (full leather) in Charcoal Black*

* Option at extra cost.

A feel for comfort.
The look and feel of interior materials plays a large part in appreciating the overall driving experience. That s why great care has been taken in designing and crafting the trims for the new Focus.

Titanium/Titanium X (option)
Basket Weave/Capretto in Charcoal Black. Available as an option at extra cost.

16" 11-spoke 'Aero' wheel cover (ECOnetic and low emmision 1.0L EcoBoost)

16" 5-spoke 'Design' wheel cover (Style)

16" 5-spoke alloy wheel (Accessory)

16" 5x2-spoke alloy wheel (Accessory)

16" 5x2-spoke alloy wheel (Studio)

17" 15-spoke allow wheel (Accessory)

18" 5-spoke alloy wheel (Accessory)

18" 5-spoke Y alloy wheel (Option and Accessory: by early 2015)

18" 7-spoke allow wheel (Accessory)

18" 8-spoke Y-design alloy wheel (Appearance Pack 2 and Accessory)

16" 7x2-spoke alloy wheel (Accessory)

16" 10-spoke alloy wheel (Titanium)

16" 10x2-spoke, Premium luster-nickel alloy wheel (Accessory)

16" 10x2-spoke alloy wheel (Accessory)

17" 5x2-spoke alloy wheel (Zetec S and Appearance Pack 2)

18" 8-spoke Y-design alloy wheel (Accessory) (Panther Black/machined)

19" 5x2 spoke alloy wheel (Accessory)

17" 5x2-spoke alloy wheel (Accessory)

17" 5x2-spoke alloy wheel (Accessory)

17" 10x2-spoke, alloy wheel (Accessory)

17" 10x2-spoke alloy wheel (Accessory)

17" 15-spoke alloy wheel (Titanium X)

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The Government fuel gures do not express or imply any guarantee of the fuel consumption of any particular vehicle. The vehicles themselves have not been tested and there are inevitably differences between individual vehicles of the same model. In addition, a vehicle may incorporate particular modi cations. Furthermore, the driver's style and road and traf c conditions, as well as the extent to which the vehicle has been driven and the standard of maintenance, will affect its fuel consumption. Insurance groups are only as recommended by the Association of British Insurers. You should always consult your insurance adviser for con rmation.

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