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Ford Focus Frisco, CO OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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Keeps on going.
I purchased this vehicle used with quite a few miles on it. Luckily, it has lasted over two years now with very little repair. The inside is very roomy, and I like the comfortable seats. I mainly purchased the car for its ease of use with our child's car seat, and this car does meet that really well. The trunk is gigantic for a small car, and everything works as it should. The paint is fine and has very little damage despite being an older model. The electrical features are starting to go on the car, and those are very costly repairs. The front seats adjust back and forward quite a bit, and the seats also recline very far. Both headrests are removable which can come in very handy for loading large pieces of furniture. The sound system is original to the car and still works well. It includes a very old iPhone connected cable; but luckily, I have a very old iPhone to use with it! Otherwise, it would be an eyesore of a cable. The inside lights took me a bit to figure out as the dimmer switch is in an odd location. Overall, I am pretty happy with my purchase of this used car.
New Stanton, Pennsylvania
Great First Vehicle - That's About It
I've added about 30,000 miles to my car since I first got it over three years ago, and so far, I still enjoy zipping around in my little Focus. The car is tiny (I am 6' 3"), has no side airbags, and has minimal interior design. However, you pay for the engine in this car, not the interior or endless amount of useless features in today's vehicles. The 2.3 Duratec engine provides over 150 hp to the front wheels, and since the car only comes in a manual transmission, allows you to easily slip into the engines power band, and also allows you to keep the RPM's low to get better gas mileage. The car is not fast by any means, but it is quick. You can skirt through corners of backroads like a felon, as the front wheels screech for grip when you down shift into a sharp turn, or take off from a stoplight, and seamlessly shift through the vehicles 5-speed transmission in a breeze, the stock exhaust providing an urgent rumble audible whether you are sitting still or approaching 6K RPM's. The mesh style seats are meant to give a racing-style seat look to them, but they are also heated, which is a nice touch on the cold winter mornings of Pennsylvania. The heater also works wonders, but the air conditioner has much room for improvement, usually resulting in me rolling the windows down instead of the same air circulating the car at approx 5 degrees colder than if you had not turned the AC on full blast.
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