Entry-level Focus model available from 1 September
1 August 2011

Ford is set to launch a new £13,995 entry-level version of the Focus.

The Ford Focus Studio is a replacement for the Focus Sport, which was a previous-generation Focus sold alongside the new third-generation model. It will be launched in September and will be available for 61-plate customers.

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The standard equipment on the Focus Studio includes 16-inch sports-style alloy wheels, body-coloured rear spoiler, radio/CD player with USB connectivity, air-conditioning, electrically-operated body-coloured mirrors with integrated indicators, electrically operated front windows, cap-less refueling and ESP.

The Focus Studio will be available as a five-door hatchback only and comes equipped with an 84bhp 1.6–litre petrol engine. Three colour choices are offered: Panther Black, Moondust Silver and Frozen White.Niki Sorabjee

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