2018 Ford Focus Econetic Redesign Review

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2018 Ford Focus Econetic Redesign Review

2018 Ford Focus Econetic Redesign Review welcome to our web fordtrend.com here we provide various information about the latest ford cars such as: Review, Redesign, Specification, Rumor, Concept, Interior, Exterior, Price, Release Date and Pictures. We hope that the information we provide can help you and make our website become one of your sources in finding the latest car information. Happy  nice day! The next generation of Ford Focus is spied on the testing of more in advance on its unveiling in the spring of 2018, with the last test mule wearing a colored camouflage. The test mule also nu the hashtag #TimeToFocus, which will probably be the slogan of the campaign for its official version. This is the first time we have seen the new front grille, which looks bigger than the previous generation. The latest espionage plans show a straight bar front grille, differing from the hexagonal grid spotted on a focus field test mule at Nurburgring last month.

The new LED head and rear lights are also prominent on the last Test car, in addition to the angular front fog lamps under the headlights. Of all Ford models, perhaps no offer as much variety as focus, a compact that comes in two body styles and six trims and can be had with five distinct powertrains. As Focus is almost certain to redesigned soon-this design goes back to 2012-it comes back for 2018 without changes to these varied offers.

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2018 Ford Focus Econetic Specifications

Focus is available as a sedan and tailgate. An entry-level S pad is Sedan only, while SE, salt and titanium come anyway. A pair of St and RS dubbed performance models are sold only as tailgates, as is the focus powered by electric battery.

The engine choices start with a 2.0 L four-cylinder engine making 160 hp and 146 lb-ft of torque that comes standard in S, SE, sel and titanium models. The sedan can be optional with a Turbo of 1.0 L with three cylinders good for 123 hp and 125 lb-ft. The St models use a turbo of 2.0 L EcoBoost four cylinders with a value of 252 HP and 270 lb-ft, and the RS gets its 350 hp and 350 lb-ft of a 2.3 L Turbo 4. The electric Focus motor is 143 hp and 184 lb-ft.

Transmissions are a five-speed manual in the S & SE, a six-speed manual in the SE sedan with the 1.0 L engine and a six-speed automatic option in these cars and standard salt and titanium models. Both models St and RS get a six-speed manual, the RS also getting the AWD standard. The electric focus puts its power on the road through an automatic transmission at a single speed.

2018 Ford Focus Econetic Redesign

Notice how the fog light inserts sit farther from the grate, and how does the bumper have these weird stains on either side of the grate? Add this to the seam in the hood and you have a good indication that this focus is actually sitting on a wider track than the current model. By moving on the sides, the overall design is the same, but look at the crease that crosses the roof width, and down the rear quarter panels-even the rear corner glass seems to be “thrown in there.” The rear wheels sit farther back from the wheel wells, and the rear fascia looks roughly the same, except for the seam patched just in the middle.

All these seams tell me that parts of the body are welded together with extensions in the middle of the fascias and hood. I suspect that this body was intentionally expanded to accommodate a wider platform underneath. That said, it seems that the next focus could be a little longer and wider. This body is probably a debase used to test new bases or a new chassis design. In this way Ford can test new mechanics without releasing even a hint of changes in the body of the Next-Gen accent. Well done, Ford. Well done.

Notice how the fog light inserts sit farther from the grate, and how does the bumper have these weird stains on either side of the grate? Add this to the seam in the hood and you have a good indication that this focus is actually sitting on a wider track than the current model. By moving on the sides, the overall design is the same, but look at the crease that crosses the roof width, and down the rear quarter panels-even the rear corner glass seems to be “thrown in there.” The rear wheels sit farther back from the wheel wells, and the rear fascia looks roughly the same, except for the seam patched just in the middle.

All these seams tell me that parts of the body are welded together with extensions in the middle of the fascias and hood. I suspect that this body was intentionally expanded to accommodate a wider platform underneath. That said, it seems that the next focus could be a little longer and wider. This body is probably a debase used to test new bases or a new chassis design. In this way Ford can test new mechanics without releasing even a hint of changes in the body of the Next-Gen accent. Well done, Ford. Well done.

2018 Ford Focus Econetic Engine

While Ford gave the focus of the current generation as light updates since its introduction 2012, it still looks good and drives well. Its biggest deficits are a sung interior and the small trunk of the sedan.

The S sedan is a price leader, so we consider the SE to be the real starting point for this car, where the standard kit includes air conditioning, keyless input, six-way Driver and four-way front passenger seat settings, 16-inch aluminum wheels and A backup camera.

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2018 Ford Focus Econetic Redesign Review

Ford will allow you to option your focus with things like Active Park Assist, the heated steering wheel and the front and away seats, but visible by their absence is the lack of advanced security features. The lack of track departure warning with management assistance is a strange thing, too, considering the active parking system is putting up the hardware to make this functionality possible.

The fuel consumption estimates for the 1.0 L models are 7.9/5.9 L/100km (city/highway) with the Stickshift, and 8.5/6.2 with the automatic. 2.0 L cars are rated 9.5/6.9 with five-speed manual and 8.9/6.1 with automatic. St’s 2.0 L Turbo is rated at 10.5/7.8, and the RS estimates are 12.2/9.0. Electric focus consumes electric at a rate of 2.0 per 100 km in driving city and 2.5 on highway.

  • From $17,578 MSRP
  • 7.6 Fuel Economy
  • City/HWY combined 160 hp @6500 rpm
  • Number of seats 5
  • Drivetrain Front Wheel Drive
  • Body style Sedan