Ford extended our test session with their stylish two door and we have to admit that we are enjoying double stinting the Focus. As we drive the coupe around for a little longer we are starting to notice the small things, like the colorful bunch of LEDs throughout the interior, and the removable cup holder for easy cleaning. Although we are pining for a version where the driver can sit in a sport bucket that isn’t supported by an electronic platform and has a turbo strapped to the back of the engine, after all there’s plenty of room for it.
Unfortunately we had to make a trip to the gas station, but without paying too much attention, or money we filled up the tank for $30, not bad, but we’re still waiting for higher prices this summer.
This is a great entry-level ride, coming with features like leather, Sync and a set of really nice looking wheels. The Focus is a different vehicle all together when seen in the eyes of a European; these cars stand for value, sport and convenience. If only Ford could convince domestic consumers. The Ford engineers can try a little harder with the styling possibly a Ford Edge Sport treatment, but definitely on to something.