25/34  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
8.5  Sec.
0-60 MPH
23.3  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Ford Focus?

How do you want to travel? Three Focus models let you skip the pump and save money on operating costs. Body styles let you choose between a four-door sedan and a five-door hatchback. In short, you can go greener, go faster, or just go best when you choose a member of the new Focus family.

2018 Ford Focus Interior

2018 Ford Trims and Features

The Focus family includes the S (sedan only), SE, SEL and Titanium editions. EVs come in one edition, similar to the Titanium. The RS hatchback comes in one well-appointed edition while the ST hatchback comes with a base, ST2, and ST3 edition. The driver's cockpit features blue instrument backlighting, a convenient cubby for your phone, and a tilt-telescopic steering wheel. Sync® touchscreens include Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™. You can get top-notch audio equipment such as a ten-speaker Sony on the SEL edition, and you won't miss a note since the Focus has the best noise insulation in its class, according to the reviewers at Edmunds. Leather upholstery dresses the Titanium and Electric editions. Ride quality is good with the class-leading suspension, according to the same Edmunds review. ST and RS cabins have RECARO® sport seats with bolstering for those tight curves. Focus sedans have 13.2 cu.ft.of trunk space. Both have folding seats to expand your cargo capacity.

2018 Ford Focus SideFord loves to offer choices, and the Focus is a great example of this emphasis on variety. The Focus makes a statement in its class with a 160 horsepower engine. This smart machine earns 38 mpg on the interstate. If you want to earn even more, there's a thrifty three-cylinder turbo. Active grille shutters improve the car's aerodynamics. An automatic stop-and-start system pauses fuel use as redlights. The greenest choice is the Focus EV. You can drive up to 76 miles on a single charge, and you still command 184 lb.-ft. of torque. The ST zooms with its 252-horsepower engine. Producing 270 lb.-ft. of torque, it benefits from a wide-mounted rear suspension, an electronic slip differential, and a lower chassis. If you want a collector's car, the RS hatchback generates 350 horsepower and 350 lb.-ft. of torque. It has all-wheel drive, a Quaife limited-slip front differential, trim-specific aerodynamic exterior features, and a special Drift mode for the track.

Ford Focus Safety

2018 Ford Focus RearAfter extensive crash testing, the Ford Focus earned a five-star safety rating. Torque vectoring control improves wheelspin and traction. An integrated blind spot mirror is standard. This inexpensive car surprises consumers by offering an Active Park Assist. When equipped, a Focus can park itself with minimal assistance from the driver. You can get crash avoidance technology including a blind spot monitor and a lane watch. These two systems stay busy, watching for danger and warning you with either visual or audible cues. Drivers are more likely to stay safe if they have these systems watching for trouble. Furthermore, the rear cross-traffic alert keeps electronic eyes out for dangers in the parking lot or anywhere you are engaged in a reverse maneuver.

You've got serious variety in the Focus family. Come find your match, take a test drive and learn more at Mall of Georgia Ford.

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