posted 4 years ago

New Ford Focus ST Hatchback on sale now

The new Ford Focus ST develops 250PS, yet remains capable of returning 39.2mpg

The new Ford Focus 250 ST is now on sale priced from £21,995, this new hatchback from Ford is powered by an advance direct injection 2.0 litre all alloy turbocharged four cylinder Eco Boost engine.

There are three trim options offered; ST-1, ST-2 and ST-3, the ST-1 comes with cloth Recaro seats, keyless start, 18 inch alloy wheels, DAB radio and Bluetooth as standard. The Ford Focus ST-2 has part leather seats, dual zone climate control, Quickclear heated windscreen, ST floor mates, automatic lights and wipers and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, this version is priced from £23,495.

The top of the range Ford Focus ST-3 costs from £25,495 and gets electrically adjustable heated leather Recaro seats, keyless entry and bi-xenon headlamps as standard. There are additional sports styling options such as rado-grey alloys wheels, red brake callipers and illuminated scuff plates.

The new Ford Focus ST develops 250PS, yet remains capable of returning 39.2mpg and CO2 emissions of 169g/km which is a 20% improvement on its predecessor. It is available in both hatchback and estate bodystyles, proving that practicality need not compromise style or performance, with a high level of comfort, safety and convenience features standard on both. The Focus ST Estate is priced from £23,095.


I'd like to see a 3 dr model. I'm not keen on the rear lights the way they come so far along the rear wing, but apart from that I like it, especially the alloys.....I've always liked this style, sorry Jim Bisset.

Well done Ford, the revised Focus ST still retains its wolf in sheeps clothing looks however, whilst Im assured that varying wheel options are available, I must agree with Jim Bissets comment re the 18" alloy wheels the continuing use of which needs to be re-considered as to join the "also ran" options list! In the meantime, I look forward to securing a road test in the upgraded model to check out the tec performance stats!

Ford seem to have an employee responsible for choosing their wheel designs who is completely lacking in taste. These inverted-Y designs that they've been using for some time now are the ugliest wheels known to man. Enough to stop me from buying a Ford!