The 2013 Ford Focus has been developed by Ford engineers with a new dynamic style and kinetic design for the mid-size sedan classification. The aerodynamic body of the Focus has improved wind resistance primarily to more efficiency and less influence from wind elements. For 2013 Ford has designed the Focus with easy-to-find controls for the optional SYNC with MyFord Touch, combined with quality material such as the available leather trimmed seating, which comfort its occupants while cruising the roads.
On its interior, the 2013 Ford Focus feels more like a European sport sedan than a budget-priced hatchback. It was also designed with upgraded sport seats of the Titanium model, which is an even better support than the already notable base front seats. Whether deciding on purchasing the sedan or hatchback, you get back seat accommodations that are practically the same, with just enough legroom and headroom to fit even those over six feet. And with the comfortable leather upholstery, the occupants can get mid-size comfort they are wishing for.
The 2013 Ford Focus is powered by a 2 The 2.0-liter direct-injected four-cylinder engine that powers most of the lineup produces 160 horsepower and 146 pound-feet of torque; it’s paired with either a five-speed manual gearbox or six-speed PowerShift dual-clutch automatic. But what’s new for 2013 is a high-performance Focus ST variant that can get to 60 mph in just 6.3 seconds and to a top speed of 155 mph. Packing a 240-hp turbocharged EcoBoost four and a five-speed manual and with no automatic which makes this car very suitable for serious driving enthusiasts. There is also a Focus Electric plug-in vehicle powered by a 23-kWh lithium-ion battery and a 92-kW motor, producing 143 hp and 184 lb-ft torque.
The Focus goes all out with technology as well as lane departure prevention, active cruise control, forward collision warning, blind spot warning, and cross traffic alert. Focus also has torque vectoring control and available sport suspension that will greater handling on the road, especially the corners.
The 2013 Ford Focus’ features include an Active Park Assist, which helps its driver maneuver into a parallel-parking space, which optional in upper-level Focus models and is one of quite a lot segment-exclusive tech features of this car. The Focus also comes with MyFord Touch, with text-to-voice capability and WiFi capability.
Road Performance of the 2013 Ford Focus is simply dashing, it’s surprisingly, and a well-engineered vehicle. It comes with entirely different steering and suspension setup–with a quick, variable-ratio steering rack, a suspension lowered by 10 mm, and a rear suspension that progresses its mounting points outward, the Focus also feels greatly more like a performance car in ways other than acceleration sprints.
The 2013 Ford Focus handles as well or even better than one of its tight rival, the Mazda3, with a suspension so reliable over rough roads. Ford Focus’ electric power steering system offer nice weighting and it performs well, provided that specific control and giving much smooth driving on the road. The 2013 Ford Focus simply is an elegant car with athletic appeal that offers more for you.