2012 Ford Focus: Video Road Test and Review
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.
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