Learn About the 2018 Ford Focus in Spruce Grove
It’s a sedan, it’s a convenient hatchback, it’s the electric car of the future, and it’s all Ford. Zender Ford is welcoming the latest edition of the 2018 Ford Focus in Spruce Grove. Here’s what you’re looking for: the lowdown on the Ford Focus and why it’s worthy of your consideration…
Ford’s five-seater versatile compact car returns for 2018 with a couple updates: a new Sync 3 technology interface and a 6-speed transmission for the available 1.0L EcoBoost engine. The Focus performs as well under the hood as it does in a crash test, especially with the 252 horses riled up within the 2.0L turbocharged EcoBoost engine of the Ford Focus ST. And the Ford company continues to prove that it’s a leader and not a follower in the green electric car movement with its 2018 Ford Focus Electric. This model continues to surpass its previous performance specs, making it an even more attractive option for city driving in Spruce Grove.
Read on to learn more about one of the finest compact cars in the market today. Zender Ford keeps an up-to-date stock of all of the most popular Ford Focus models, including the Focus ST and pre-owned Focus hatchbacks. Our dealership is just a quick drive away from the nearby cities of Edmonton, Sherwood Park and St. Albert.
2018 Ford Focus Performance & Efficiency
Take your pick of 3 great engines available with the 2018 Ford Focus in Spruce Grove. The newest mill to power the Focus is the high-tech 1.0L EcoBoost out of the Ford Fiesta, offering 123 HP, 125 lb.-ft. of torque and 6.9L/100km combined fuel economy. If you want proven fuel efficiency, you can maximize your gas mileage with the 2.0L 4-cylinder base engine that produces a more-than-satisfactory 160 horsepower and 146 lb-ft of torque, but what really it nurses is gasoline. The 6-speed automatic transmission option uses a noteworthy 6.6L/100km on the highway and an equally admirable 9.2L/100km in the city. But for drivers who want a little more muscle attached to their pedal, the Focus ST hatchback adds nearly a hundred horses under the hood with its 2.0L turbocharged EcoBoost engine, pairing 270 lb-ft of torque with 252 horsepower. Choose wisely, no matter what you choose.
2018 Ford Focus Interior
The Ford Focus sedan offers the 373.8L of trunk space you would expect from this class of vehicle, but if you want your car to be versatile, the hatchback opens up to nearly 4 times this amount when its 60/40-split rear seats are folded down. But the main impression you’ll get from sitting inside the cabin of the new 2018 Ford Focus is that it is more a luxury car within reach of the average car shopper than an Econo model with a few bells and whistles. Pick and choose the features that are right for you: dual-zone climate control, Sony 10-speaker sound, sport seats and suspension, or a host of tech features such as active park assist or the rearview camera.
2018 Ford Focus Safety
It’s a compact car that’s dense with features that keep you and your passengers safe and out of harm’s way. Equipped with ABS, stability control, and front side and side curtain airbags, the new Ford Focus was a recipient of the IIHS Top Safety Pick last year and is expected to receive it once again. But collision avoidance and mitigation is only one aspect of this car’s approach to total safety: Ford’s MyKey technology allows owners to set limits for their teenage drivers, while the Ford Sync media system also pairs with your phone to dial 911 in the event of a severe collision, saving you and others minutes where minutes are most vital.
2018 Ford Focus Exterior
The newest “Focus group” rolling off the production line is a collection of cars that creates desire, rather than blindly catering to them. The compact car is available as both a sedan and hatchback, with the S, SE, and Titanium trim levels in order of ascending luxury, complementing the ST sport and Electric Focus models. With swooping curves married with geometric straight lines and accents, the car varies between 16–18-inch wheels, available heated mirrors and accessories, and automatic headlights that mean one less control to worry about. And this year’s cars stand out in some fresh new shades of red and blue metallic with the safe and familiar black, white, and shades of grey that the insurance companies tend to prefer.
2018 Ford Focus Electric
If you’d rather not be spending your money as the gas pump, you might want to take a look at the 2018 Ford Focus Electric instead, one of the quietest and most comfortable vehicle cabins you’ll experience on the market today. Using a 107 kW electric drive motor, the equivalent of around 143 horsepower, the Focus Electric uses the equivalent of 1.7L/100km in the city, and 2.0 on the highway (166/141 MPGe, respectively). Your carbon footprint won’t be the only think shrinking. With a 240V home charging station, the wait time to fully recharge the new Focus has dropped down to a more than reasonable 4 hours, as estimated by Ford.
Ford Focus Parts & Accessories
Whether you drive the Titanium, ST, or Electric version of the Ford Focus, you’ll want to keep it in good health and perfectly suited for your lifestyle by picking out the right Ford Focus OEM parts and accessories. You may not be looking for a Ford Focus trailer hitch, but our team of expert installers can help you find the right trunk linings, floor mats, Focus tires, wheels, rims, exhaust tipswhatever you are searching for. For your convenience, you can order parts online.