The Ford Focus is a four door five passenger compact global car that is available in hatchback and sedan forms.  Powered by a gas sipping 2.0 Liter Ti-VCT direct injected four cylinder engine making a total of 160 HP and 146 lb-ft of torque that gets an estimated 27 MPG in the city and as much as 37 MPG on the highway.  The American automaker sells the fuel efficient Focus in 7 trims total, starting with: the S, SE and SEL Sedan before getting into the top of the line Titanium four door while the five door, counting the hatch, options start with the SE and SEL as well as a Titanium option.

The $16,500 S Sedan is as standard a Focus can get, equipped with a traditional 5 speed manual gearbox wearing 15 inch steel shoes dressed up with a set of wheel covers; while the $17,500 SE Sedan gets upgraded with a set of 16 inch covers and Ford’s programmable MyKey.  The Focus SE 5-Door is similarly equipped, with the addition of a 60/40 split rear seat making loading large items through the hatch a bit easier for $18,300.

The Focus SEL Sedan gets a six speed PowerShift semi automatic transmission a set of 16 inch rims and SYNC for $20,500 and in hatchback form for $21,300 while the available SEL Premium Package adds six way adjustable power leather seats, rain sensing wipers, 17 inch rims and a little extra storage in the form of a rear armrest.

The $22,200 top of the line Ford Focus Titanium Sedan comes standard with 17 inch sport wheels, MyFord Touch and a HD Radio; while an available Titanium Premium Package, similar to that on the SEL adds a bit of luxury, the option Titanium Handling Package upgrades the ride with a sport tuned suspension, low profile summer rubber and a set of stylish 18 inch alloys.  Also available for the $22,700 Titanium 5-Door.

A list of similar cars to the Focus include the 2012 Honda Civic, 2012 Chevrolet Cruze and 2012 Toyota Corolla.

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