Toughened up Focus Station Wagon for Dutch market
28 July 2009

This is the Ford Focus X Road - a special edition that will only be available in the Netherlands.

The car is based on the Focus Station Wagon, but features a body kit to toughen up its looks. Just 300 Ford Focus X Roads will be made, with prices starting from 25,175 euros (£21,745).

It is only available with a 123bhp 1.8-litre engine that can run on petrol or bioethanol.

Changes include a new front and rear bumper design, new 17-inch alloys, protective trim on the wheel arches and sides plus aluminum underbody skid trays.

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