Ford today announced that the Station Wagon version of the 2008 Focus will join line-up in the spring of 2008. The prices range between £13,895 for the entry level and goes up to £19,445 for the range-topping load-lugger.
The 2008 Focus Station Wagon will be offered in five different trim levels: Studio, Style, Zetec, Titanium and ST.
The 2008 Focus comes with a choice of two engines. The standard engine is a 140-horsepower (up four horsepower from the previous model) 2.0-liter, Duratec 20 dual-overhead-cam (DOHC), inline 4-cylinder. The added power comes from an all-new air intake system and a new cooling system, both of which are designed to improve efficiency and reduce back-pressure in the exhaust.
There’s also a super-clean, 130-horsepower Duratec 20E engine that qualifies Focus as a Partial Zero Emissions Vehicle (PZEV). The 20E is cleaner than some hybrid gas-electric vehicles. The PZEV engine is required from dealers in California, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont and Maine. For orders from dealers in cross border states – Arizona, Connecticut, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Oregon, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island – PZEV Focus models are available as a limited option.