(Posted on Feb 20, 2018 at 09:54AM by Laurel Steele)
Are you in the market for a compact set of wheels that’s efficient and a pleasure to drive? Look no further than a used 2015 Ford Focus, which The Car Connection describes as athletic and nimble.
Pop the hood and you’ll be greeted by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with direction injection and variable valve timing. It produces a robust 160 hp and 146 of torque, which is more than enough kick to get you from Point A to Point B in a timely fashion. The Focus is matched to six-speed PowerShift dual-clutch automatic transmission, that performs well in any driving situation.
Many consumers will flock to this vehicle for its outstanding fuel-economy and for good reason. The EPA gave the 2015 Focus a rating of 26 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway. Ford claims that this exemplary mileage is due in part to newly improved aerodynamics and the speedy six-speed transmission.
The Focus boasts responsive steering and serpentine handling. You can weave through a crowded parking lot and pass semis on the highway with equal confidence.
What are you waiting for? Take this car for a test drive at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington today. Don’t forget to explore our complete pre-owned Focus inventory online now.
(Posted on Feb 13, 2018 at 01:31PM by Laurel Steele)
According to an Edmunds review, the 2017 Ford Focus RS offers a lot more than a monstrous 350 hp. Keep reading to see why you should consider a used model.
This hot hatch has performance features like special brakes and adjustable suspension settings. You also get four 19-inch alloy wheels, which rest on summer tires that are itching for adventure.
The interior of the Focus RS is ready for action with leather upholstery, which also covers the steering wheel. Up front, you get two Recaro sports seats, which comes with bolstering to hold you and your co-pilot firmly in place around sharp turns. The driver’s chair also is height adjustable, so your sitting position is just right.
Every thrill ride needs a soundtrack. That’s where the 10-speaker Sony stereo with HD and satellite radio comes in. The Focus RS includes the advanced SYNC 3 infotainment system, which you can navigate on an 8-inch touchscreen. Pair your smartphone to the car and you’ll have access to Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, depending on your brand affiliation.
Get inside this feisty hatchback at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington today. Don’t forget to explore our complete pre-owned Focus inventory online before your visit.
(Posted on Feb 5, 2018 at 03:00PM by Laurel Steele)
According to The Car Connection, the 2016 Ford Focus offers a spacious interior that’s more akin to a European sport sedan than a budget-friendly hatchback. We have to say we agree. Keep reading to see why you should consider a used model of this roomy vehicle.
For starters, all four people enjoy ample sprawl out space, with 38.3” for headroom and 55.6” for shoulders up front. In back, you'll find a comparable 38” and 53.6”, respectively. The driver and copilot each get a maximum 43.1 inches of legroom, while those in the rear are treated to a respectable 33.2 inches.
But the capacious interior doesn’t stop there. Pop the trunk and you’ll be greeted by an impressive 23.3 cubic-feet of cargo space. That’s more than sufficient to hold a fortnight’s worth of groceries or a pair of large suitcases for a road trip. If you need to transport larger items, fold down the rear seats and you’ll get a whopping 43.9 cu-ft to fill with medium sized furniture or whatever else needs to be moved.
Don’t take our word for it. Experience this spacious hatchback for yourself at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington. Check out our complete pre-owned Focus inventory online to see various engine options and configurations.
(Posted on Jan 29, 2018 at 12:47PM by Laurel Steele)
If you want the efficiency of a compact-car paired with the comfortable ride found in a sedan, consider a pre-owned 2017 Ford Focus for your next set of wheels.
This lively hatchback runs on a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, which cranks out 160 hp and 146 lb-ft of torque. The 6-speed PowerShift dual-clutch automatic transmission is capable and performs well in stop-and-go traffic and at higher speeds. Not surprisingly, the Focus boasts an impressive fuel economy of 27 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway.
The Car Connection has nothing but good things to say about this vehicle’s performance, praising its crisp and agile handling. The Focus’ suspension is firm, but absorbs bumps and potholes without batting an eye. People in back will enjoy the same nicely weighted ride as those up front.
The electric power steering system is communicative and won’t toss you and your passengers around the cabin, should you make a last-second turn. Regardless of whether you’re going 70 mph on the highway or navigating a crowded parking lot, you will always feel in control.
Take this compact car for a test drive at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington today. Don’t forget to explore our complete used Focus inventory online before your visit.
(Posted on Jan 22, 2018 at 02:45PM by Laurel Steele)
It can be hard to prioritize what’s most important to you when investing in a new car. Do you go for great fuel-economy or excellent driving manners? Choose a used 2014 Ford Focus and you’ll end up with both.
This compact superstar runs on a 2.0-liter four-cylinder, which produces an energetic 160 hp and 146 lb-ft of torque. The six-speed PowerShift automatic dual-clutch transmission delivers a knockout performance, changing gears imperceptibly, even if you’re pushing the Focus to the limits.
Whether you have a long commute during the workweek or prefer to spend your offtime taking lengthy road trips, this hatchback is eager to please. You can expect a fuel economy of 28 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway. With a 12.4 gallon tank, you can drive across the entire width of Washington without stopping for gas.
According to The Car Connection, the Ford Focus is athletic and nimble, wherever you’re driving. Electric power steering is evenly weighted and responsive, so you can weave through a congested traffic jam ease or into a precarious parking spot with aplomb.
Take this compact car for a test drive at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington today. Don’t forget to explore our complete used Focus inventory online.
(Posted on Jan 15, 2018 at 12:42PM by Laurel Steele)
According to The Car Connection, the 2015 Ford Focus Titanium is the perfect option for consumers who want a premium vehicle without the premium price. Read on to discover why you should consider a used model of this hatchback.
It’s not hard to imagine why this Ford has been referred to as an entry-luxury vehicle, when it comes with features like a top-notch navigation system on an intuitive 8-inch touchscreen. It’s also one of the only cars in its class to offer Active Park Assist, which helps you effortlessly maneuver into a parallel spot.
In regards to entertainment options, the Focus Titanium is ready to party. You can use the aforementioned LCD display to access HD and Sirius Satellite Radio, so you can crank up the jams on the upgraded Sony Audio System. If you’ve already got music picked out, pair your smartphone to the car and scan tracks right on the touchscreen.
This exceptional trim level tacks on some great driving features, like sports seats and a special springy suspension. Ford also threw in summer performance tires, so you can zoom around town with aplomb.
Take this hatchback for a test drive today at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington. You can also browse our complete used Focus inventory online, which includes the all-electric model.
(Posted on Jan 9, 2018 at 11:28AM by Laurel Steele)
Consider a used 2013 Ford Focus, if you want a car that delivers an top-notch performance.
This hatchback runs on a 2.0-liter direct-injected four-cylinder, which kicks out a fiery 160 hp and 146 lb-ft of torque. The engine is paired to a six-speed PowerShift dual-clutch automatic transmission. If you’re feeling adventurous, switch to the Sport mode, which is controlled with a small +/- button located on the shift knob.
Efficiency has always been a big selling point for the Focus and the 2013 model is no exception. The EPA gave this Ford a rating of 28 mpg in the city and 38 mpg on the highway. So whether you’re a commuter or run frequent errands around town, you know that you’re getting a good deal.
According to The Car Connection, the athletic and nimble Focus is one of the best handlers in its class. The suspension traverses smoothly over rough surfaces. Ford’s electric power steering system evenly weighs the vehicle, so sharp turns feel more like graceful spins to the vehicle’s occupants.
Find out if this hatchback is right for you at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington today. You can also browse our complete used Focus inventory online, which includes the lineup’s electric and performance models.
(Posted on Jan 3, 2018 at 07:57PM by Laurel Steele)
If you want a compact car that is a pleasure to drive and offers an outstanding fuel-economy, then a used 2016 Ford Focus Titanium is without a doubt the vehicle for you.
Choose the 1.0-liter EcoBoost three-cylinder and you’ll get a peppy 123 hp and 148 lb-ft of torque, which is more than enough zip to get from Point A to Point B in a timely fashion. The manual transmission for this powertrain also grants you an exemplary fuel economy. The EPA rated this iteration of the Focus at 30 mpg in the city and 42 mpg on the highway.
According to The Car Connection, this Ford is athletic and nimble, whatever the setting. The electric power steering system is well-weighted and responsive, without jerking you and your passengers around. Drivers will notice that the suspension is firm, but doesn’t allow bumps or uneven terrain to make their way inside the cabin.
What are you waiting for? Find out if this compact car is right for you at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington today. You can also browse our complete pre-owned Focus inventory online now, which includes both hatchbacks and sedans.
(Posted on Dec 25, 2017 at 10:30AM by Laurel Steele)
If you like getting up to no good, then consider a used 2017 Ford Focus RS. This performance car is sure to satiate your need for speed, as evidenced by it’s 4.6 second zero to 60 acceleration record. But that’s just the beginning of this sedan’s wonders.
Based on the melodic - and quite audible - growl that comes from beneath the hood, you would think that it houses on a monster. And you actually wouldn’t be far off. The Focus RS runs on a 2.3-liter four cylinder which wields a whopping 350 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque. Car and Driver says that the six-speed manual transmission paired with the all-wheel-drive traction, enables this sedan to catapult from stoplights with a true ferocity befitting its reputation.
The Focus RS offers four different driving modes: Normal, Sport, Track, and Drift. The last one is going to be your preference for when you’re ready for some tomfoolery. Selecting this setting will open the torque-vectoring rear axle, which allows more agility in corners. Basically, you’ll be doing exactly what the term implies: veering around turns with smoking tires. Definitely only try this in moderation and in a safe location.
Ready to have some fun? Come test drive a 2017 RS at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington today and check out the rest of our used Focus inventory.
(Posted on Dec 15, 2017 at 07:21AM by Laurel Steele)
If you want an efficient car that’s ready to combat the chilly Pacific Northwest winter, consider a used 2014 Ford Focus Electric. In addition to its 76-mile range, it also offers a host of cold weather features to keep you cozy.
The Focus Electric comes with the Winter Package, which includes heated mirrors so you don’t have to worry about your means of visibility frosting over. The seats in front can also be warmed, so that you and your copilot are nice and toasty, even on the most frigid mornings. Supposing your passengers have differing opinions on cabin temperature, the dual-zone automatic climate control will keep everyone comfortable.
This electric vehicle also boasts an amazing infotainment system. The MyFord Touch Package comes with an easy-to-navigate 8-inch touchscreen display, which is great for accessing traffic information and weather updates, both of which influence your driving experience during the winter months. According to Edmunds, you also get an impressive 10-speaker Sony stereo, which is perfect for blasting your favorite holiday playlists.
Get inside this winter-ready electric vehicle at Sound Ford in Seattle, Washington today. You can also see our complete used Focus inventory online which includes gas models as well.