Used Ford Focus 2007 Petrol for Sale

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Clean Car, WE HAVE IT FULLY SERVICED , New Timing Belt , 4 New Tyres , New 2 Year NCT . THIS IS AN IRISH CAR FINANCE ARRANGED IN 2 HOURS.

Central Locking, CD Player, Electric Windows, ABS Brakes, Airbag, Alloy Wheels, Electric Mirrors, Fog Lamps, Immobiliser, Power Steering, Rear Spoiler, Multi-function steering wheel, Metallic Paint, Multiple Air Bags, Brand New Tyres, New Timing Belt, Remote Central Locking, Folding rear seats

Price POA
Body Type Hatchback
Doors
Owners 0
Gearbox Manual
Mileage 200,752 Km
Fuel Petrol
MPG 47.32
TAX €385
Boot Size Big
Tax Expiry -
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
NCT Expiryup to 10/2018
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
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Key Facts

Make

Ford

Model
Focus
Variant
Freedom 1.4
Trim
Freedom
Car Category
Other
First Launched
2005
End of production
2011
Engine (L)
1.4
Gearbox Type
Manual
Gears
5 speed manual
Fuel type
Petrol
Body Type
Hatchback
Price New
€19,965
Driver Review Rating
3

Running Costs

Tax
€385
Tax Band
D
L/100km Combined
5.5
Average km/L
18.1
Fuel Tank Capacity (L)
55
Fuel Tank Range
998 km
Cost of filling a tank
€72.27
Average Cost Per 200 km
€14.48
CO2 emmissions
157 g/km

Performance

Brake Horsepower
80 bhp
Max Power kW
60
Displacement - CC (Engine)
1388
Engine Cylinders
4
Engine Position
Front, transversely
Number of valves
4
Driven Wheels
Front
Top speed
164 (km/h)
Acceleration(0-100 km/h)
14.4 s
L/100km Urban
8.70 L
L/100km Extra Urban
5.40 L

Space & Practicality

Body Type
Hatchback
Doors
3
Seats
5
Boot capacity
1247 L

Safety

Euroncap Star Rating
5

Dimensions

Boot capacity
1247 L
Wheels
Front wheel drive
Tyre size front
195/65 R15 mm
Rim size
6JX15 mm
Length
4342 mm
Width
1840 mm
Height
1497 mm
Wheel Base
2640 mm
Front Track (mm)
1497
Rear Track (mm)
1531
Kerb weight
1154 KG
Max trailer Weight (Kg)
1690

Technical Information

Engine Configuration
Inline
Engine Type
Front, transversely
Fuel Delivery
Multi-point injection
Front Suspension
The depreciated rack
Rear Suspension
Transverse stabilizer
Front Brakes
Ventilated discs
Rear Brakes
Drum
Steering
Steering rack
Power
80 bhp

Sharp, fun, solid.

Sparse, glum, everywhere.

Our Rating 3.8/5
  • Performance
  • Style & Design
  • Ride & Handling
  • Interior
  • Refinement
  • Safety & Security
  • Space & Practicality
  • Running Costs
  • Equipment
  • Engine Specs

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Ford Focus ( 2005)

75/100
our score
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Pros
  • Styling & Design

    Mature

  • Engine Specifications

    Broad range

  • Performance

    Respectable

  • Ride & Handling

    Suberb

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    Well made

  • Space & Practicality

    Roomy

  • Safety

    5 NCAP Stars

  • Value & Running Costs

    Sound investment

  • Quality & Refinement

    Solid, quiet ride

  • Equipment

    Basics covered

  • Summary

    Sharp, fun, solid.

Cons
  • Styling & Design

    Bland

  • Engine Specifications

    Automatics

  • Performance

    Not amazing

  • Ride & Handling

    No complaints

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    Dreary low down

  • Space & Practicality

    Nothing clever

  • Safety

    Stingy spec

  • Value & Running Costs

    It’s no Golf

  • Quality & Refinement

    Cheap plastics

  • Equipment

    Nothing more

  • Summary

    Sparse, glum, everywhere.

Style & Design
7/10

The second-generation Focus is a more mature design than the original, but that’s not to say it looks any better. Oddly, this time around the saloon and estate are better looking than the hatch. The ST has proper hot-hatch add-ons while the Coupe Cabrio is also pretty, but a little big-bottomed.

Performance
7/10

All models perform well, even the 1.4, considering it is the entry-level model, (0-100km/h in 14.1 seconds), but the 1.6 (11.9) and 1.6 TDCi (12.6) would be better choices if you can afford them. The 2.5 Turbo in the ST is as hot as a hot hatch can get, with a 0-100 time of just 6.8 seconds.

Ride & Handling
10/10

Even the most basic Focus rides with surprising maturity and handles with aplomb. Steering feel, strong brakes, a slick gearbox - it’s all here. The ST takes turns the handling wick up to 12, while even the Coupe Cabrio handles well, depite the lack of rigidity.

Interior & Ergonomics
7/10

The dashboard is less haphazard than the original model, and made of nicer materials. Everything falls easily to hand and it couldn’t be simpler to use. Storage areas low down are less impressive and basic models tend to look stripped out.

Quality & Refinement
8/10

While some of the plastic is soft-feel stuff, below your eyeline it becomes cheap and scratchy. Mechanically, the Focus seems very robust, riding well and soaking up bumps impressively, but there is some road noise through the sporty suspension.

Safety
7/10

Despite the 5-star NCAP, the Focus does without ISOFIX child seat mounts and stability control on most models. There’s no speed warning chime or rear seat belt warning either. It’s solid and tough, but doesn’t drive the safety issue home.

Space & Practicality
8/10

It’s hard to imagine that a small family would need more space than you get in a Focus. The rear is big enough for adults, the doors open wide, and the boot is vast. There’s even decent space for knick-knacks, but base models lack proper centre console.

Value & Running Costs
7/10

The Focus should prove cheap to run and insure and easy to sell on, provided you buy one in a nice colour with alloy wheels and air-conditioning. The 1.6 diesel will be especially desirable used, while a five-door ST will be expensive to own but easy to shift afterwards. Consider the cheap FFV too.

Equipment
6/10

You get the feeling that Ford puts in as little as it can possibly get away with. You need to spend some money if you want a centre console, rear electric windows, a trip computer or cruise control. Even top ST model feels a little sparse.

Engine Specifications
8/10

The Focus boasts an impressive engine range. The 80bhp 1.4 lacks punch, but it likes to rev. The 100bhp 1.6 is a little livelier, but the 90bhp 1.6 TDCi is the best real-world engine. The 2.5 Turbo is fantastic, but the automatics are old-school four-speeds and only available with one engine.

Girls generally don't smile at blokes for no reason, but I seem to be lapping up all kinds of admiring looks and wry smiles today. It can't be my clean-cut good looks because I've been parking in front of a computer for three days and, frankly, I look like death warmed up. My beany's a delightful shade of snot green and I've just realised my T-shirt is on inside out. Oh, and there's a coleslaw stain down the front and my fly is open, too. They don't care though - they keep glancing provocatively in my direction and in come cases, nodding with that 'Oh, wow' look in their eyes. Either I'm suddenly sporting Clooney-esque sex appeal or the fairer sex is really taken with this new Focus Coupe Cabriolet.



I hope someone comes up with a proper, generic name for the coupe cabriolet soon. Do you know how many hours of my life I waste writing those words? Despite the clunky alliteration, Coupe Cabriolet is what Ford insists on calling its folding hardtop Focus - not Twin Top, as Opel rather saucily refers to its convertible Astra, nor CC, as employed by the French. Nope, it's Coupe Cabriolet, so deal with it. That's not the only awkward thing about Focus CoCa (that's my new name for it) - the rear overhang is also incredibly cumbersome. It's caused by the need to put that two-piece folding roof somewhere when it's not wanted but it positively ruins the taut, teutonic lines of the rest of the Focus body. It also eats into rear seat space, which means the CoCa is really a 2+2 instead of a fully-fledged four-seater. Opel, by comparison, used a complex three-piece roof to keep the Astra Twin Top's proportions tight and the detailing just so (though it's no more spacious inside) whereas Ford opted for a cheaper two-piece set up and the results speak for themselves. You might think it's less prone to problems (and you might well be right on a longterm basis) but during the week I drove the Focus it liked to let water through point where windscreen and roof meet and drop a big dollop of it on my right forearm from time to time. Lovely.

Despite the big bum and my soggy sleeve, I'm still quite enamored by the new Focus CoCa. The optional tan leather lifts the interior ambience and makes it feel expensive and classy. In Titanium specification there are handsome 17-inch wheels and painted black, as our test car was, the chrome highlights really jump out making the CoCa seem like a very upmarket machine indeed. Powered by a 2.0-litre engine, there's reasonably go, too, while the handling is better than just about any cabrio I've driven this year bar the 207 CC, impressively rigid and sure-footed with the roof off and positely carlike when it's in place.

The Focus CoCa is just one of those feelgood cars. There's something about it that exudes quality and class, depsite the bulbous behind. Or perhaps the prodigous posterior why women like it so much. With a rump like the Focus CoCa's, your own backside is never going look anything but microscopic. Does my ass look big in this? Impossible, darling. You look fabulous.

Engine: 2.0 litre 4-cylinder, 145 hp, 185 Nm
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Acceleration: 0–100 km/h: 10.3 seconds*
Top speed: 208 km/h*
Economy: 7.5 L/100 km*
CO2: 179 g/km*
Boot Capacity: 534 litres*
Weight: 1465 kg
Base Price: €38,140
Price as tested: €40,634
Verdict: Despite the awkward proportions, the Focus Coupe Cabriolet's fine detailing and excellent dynamics (for a cabrio) make it a winner. It ain't cheap, though.
4 Stars

*Roof up

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24 MAY
5/5

Lovely car

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