Ford Focus

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Since its arrival in the U.S. for the 2000 model year, the Ford Focus has been among the best cars in the compact segment with each successive generation improving over the previous model.


For 2000, the Ford Focus sedan, three-door hatchback, and wagon joined the automaker’s lineup alongside the long-running (1981-2002) Ford Escort compact before eventually replacing that model. Power for the original Ford Focus came from either a 110-hp 2.0-liter or 130-hp 2.0-liter ZETEC four-cylinder engine. A five-door hatchback was added for the 2002 model year, while a more powerful 151-hp 2.3-liter Duratec I-4 was added for 2004.

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