2001 Ford Focus
170,455 Miles
$4,500

Bremerton, WA
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2001 Ford Focus
207,172 Miles
$2,999

Corvallis, OR
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2001 Ford Focus
93,000 Miles
$4,099

Lakewood, WA
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2001 Ford Focus
169,450 Miles
$4,747

Woodburn, OR
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2001 Ford Focus
145,388 Miles
$3,993

Cheyenne, WY
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2001 Ford Focus
237,363 Miles
$2,995

Shelbyville, IN
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2001 Ford Focus
72,566 Miles
$4,571

Quakertown, PA
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2001 Ford Focus
102,957 Miles
$2,993

Washington, NJ
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2001 Ford Focus
193,815 Miles
$2,990

Cullman, AL
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2001 Ford Focus
153,243 Miles
$2,987

Beavercreek, OH
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2001 Ford Focus
$2,650

Lebanon, IN
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2001 Ford Focus
84,733 Miles
$4,995

Athens, GA
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2001 Ford Focus
100,967 Miles
$6,599

Portland, OR
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2001 Ford Focus
102,889 Miles
$4,999

Sterling, IL
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2001 Ford Focus
106,109 Miles
$1,895

Schererville, IN
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2001 Ford Focus
114,477 Miles
$2,998

San Mateo, CA
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2001 Ford Focus
161,797 Miles
$2,450

Lexington, KY
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2001 Ford Focus
132,396 Miles
$2,389

Chambersburg, PA
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2001 Ford Focus
56,041 Miles
$3,500

Zanesville, OH
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2001 Ford Focus
154,394 Miles
$2,250

North Vernon, IN
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2001 Ford Focus Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.5
2 Reviews
Overall
3.5
Value
3.5
Performance
2.5
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
3.5

2001 Ford Focus Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2001 Ford Focus - My Focus Still Running

Jeanne
Cleveland, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I own a 2001 Ford Focus. This car has been over 100,000 miles, and is still running. Sure it has had it's share of problems. It had to get a new transmission, the air conditioning quit for a short time, and the wipers have never had the speed I wanted. But, overall, I love my car. This car has a tremendous amount of mileage, but still runs great. The interior has held up well, as has the body. This car does not look like a 2001. Many parts of it are original, and they don't look their age. This car is in great shape, and I am hoping it will run for many more miles, I am sure not planning on giving it up. I bought it second hand in 2007, and it has not had any major problems except the transmission, which I mentioned earlier. It has not had to ferry kids, but it has ferried plenty of do... (more)
Story
I was coming back from the company's Christmas Party. I worked an hour north of where I lived, and it was somewhat late at night. I hadn't even looked at my gas tank, so as I got on the highway and started home, my gas light came on. I drove praying the car wouldn't run out of gas until I could find a exit with a gas station. It seemed like I drove forever, but finally I found an exit, and pul... (more)
Pros
Large trunk Large back seat Interior seats last
Cons
Transmission went Rear doors don't open far enough

2001 Ford Focus -

Jason
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.0
The 2001 Ford Fusion is a decent car with a comfortable and confident ride that makes it perfectly suited for everyday driving. The standard engine is lacking, but several turbocharged options are available that provide more power. The Fusion’s fuel economy, however, will likely be among the worst in the class, so be prepared to fill up more often than you would with other cars. The Fusion's interior is spacious and comfortable, and it has a bigger trunk than most of its rivals. While it's sparse on standard features, the Fusion's optional touchscreen infotainment system works well and features cool functions like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. High-quality materials adorn the cabin, especially in higher trims, but there are still some low-rent surfaces in most Fusion models.
Story
Being a practical car, I enjoy taking it on country drives. One day while driving to Outerbanks, we saw someone in need on the side of the road. I decided to help, and it turned out to be one of our local anchor men from TV. I was very excited and happy to be able to assist him. He even mentioned me on TV that day.
Pros
There is no predicted reliability data yet for the 2001 Ford Fusion, but the nearly identical 2017 model received an above-average score of 3.5 out of five from J.D. Power and Associates. Nearly all midsize cars earn an above-average rating for predicted reliability, and that holds true for the Fusion's top rivals. The 2001 Toyota Camry earns a perfect (and rare) score of five out of five, while the 2001 Honda Accord is still impressive at four out of five. Reliability is a little worse in the compact cars class, including the Ford Focus and its below-average 2.5 rating. Ford backs the Fus... (more)
Cons
Though the 2001 Ford Fusion is a solid car, it’s only average compared to its higher-ranked class rivals. The Fusion’s base engine lacks power; any one of several turbocharged options is a better bet. It’s a decent car, but you can do better.

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