The 2014 Ford Focus is known for great fuel economy and top of the line technology.
The 2014 Ford Focus hits our Massillon showroom as one of the most popular vehicles on the road. When you have high fuel economy, great technology, and a trophy case full of awards, it is so easy to see why all your friends are driving Fords.
The Focus remains relatively unchanged from last year’s model, but when you test drive for yourself, you’ll understand this car didn’t need changed. The styling of the 2014 Ford Focus revolutionized the industry when it debuted. The trapezoid style grille became the face of Ford, along with those thin headlights and kinetic styling.
And when you talk about any new Ford, you start with great technology and high MPG. With EPA Estimated Highway mileage reaching up to 37 MPG, the Focus will help you avoid the pump. Then with the Focus, technology is a major high point.
“We saw unprecedented growth in the United States this year, especially in the midsize and utility segments,” said Joe Hinrichs, Ford president of The Americas. “With the addition of 16 new products to our showroom, including Ford Mustang, our momentum continues.”
The 2014 Ford Focus is the best compact car you can buy. That’s according to Edmunds.com, who gave the Focus the high grades for having better technology and better style than any competitor.
“Edmunds.com has conducted multiple comparison tests with the Ford Focus and every time it has thoroughly thumped competitors that are otherwise impressive in their own right. Put simply, the Focus feels like a step above the rest. ”
The Focus, even at its base trim, looks like a high quality sports car inside and out. The hexagon grille that’s now the face of the Ford was first standard on the Focus. The inside seats are very stylish and everything about the Focus just makes it feel like the most modern vehicle on the road today.
The 2013 Ford Focus has been named an IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus.
The Ford Focus has earned the IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus rating, making it one of the best of the best for a car’s safety.
The Focus is just one of 6 small cars to earn this designation. Ford has some of the best vehicle technology today, but they use that technology for more than just entertainment. It’s no wonder the Focus has earned IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus Rating.
“Ford is committed to designing vehicles that help keep people safe,” said Steve Kenner, global director of Ford’s Automotive Safety Office. “We are constantly seeking innovative ways to help drivers avoid accidents and keep occupants safe when an incident does occur.”
The 2014 Ford Focus has been voted one of the best cars for the daily commute, according to MSN Autos.
We know the morning commute isn’t always fun. There’s potholes, snow, boring radio, traffic, and fights with your smartphone. Not to mention the gas prices that have you cursing every time to visit the pump.
Well many of these problems will be solved in the Focus.
The 2013 Ford Focus builds off the very popular redesign in 2012. You see a lot of these models on the road today. With their great fuel economy, wide range of features and the unmistakable styling, it only takes one test drive to see why all your friends are coming back to Ford.
When you talk about the Focus, you have to talk about its fuel economy. The Focus gets up to 37 MPG on the highway! At a time when gas prices are well above the $3 mark and sometimes approach that $4 mark, you’ll need a car like this 2013 Ford Focus. Ford is helping you stay away from the gas pump.
Next of course is that distinctive Ford Focus styling. Jaws dropped when the Ford Focus was introduced last year, and that unmistakable front grille, quality down the sides and rear of the Focus returns this year. That design was such a hit that Ford has carried it over to other popular redesigns, including the Ford Escape and Ford Fusion.
IIHS said that along with its traditional rankings, they wanted to let the consumer know which vehicles were the safest, thus creating the TSP+ award.
“Of the 29 models evaluated so far in our small overlap frontal crash test, these 13 cars offer the highest level of all-around crash protection,” says Adrian Lund, IIHS president. “We’re pleased to recognize them with our new Top Safety Pick+ award for 2013.”
Ford Focus helps the Ford Motor Company reach 2 Million
2012 was a good year for Ford. With the Ford Focus, Ford Fiesta, and the rest of the line up being as popular as they are, Ford was able to sell over 2 million cars in 2012.
Jim Farley, Ford’s executive vice president, Global Marketing, Sales and Service and Lincoln, says:
“In just three years, Ford Motor Company has transformed our global small car lineup and started winning over customers worldwide with vehicles that are not only fun-to-drive but also fuel-efficient – largely thanks to our award-winning EcoBoost engines.”