2015 Ford Focus Sedan Review, Price and Release – Welcome to Neocarsuv.Com, we will provide the latest information about the Ford Focus Sedan Redesign. 2015 Ford Focus Sedan is one brand new car from Ford that will be release in 2014. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 Ford Focus Sedan.
Ford Focus retains its title as world’s best-selling vehicle nameplate for 2013, according to Ford analysis of the just-released full-year Polk new vehicle registration data from IHS Automotive. The news comes as a new Focus four-door sedan prepares to make its debut at the 2014 New York International Auto Show.
Registrations of the compact Focus were up 8.1 percent with 1,097,618 cars sold worldwide last year. That compares with global Focus sales of 1,014,965 in 2012.
Market gains for Focus continue to be driven by consumer demand in China. China registrations were up 50 percent in 2013 to 403,219 vehicles, up from 268,354 vehicles in 2012. China now is responsible for just more than one out of three Focus vehicles sold globally, based on Polk data.
The debut of the new Focus four-door sedan and the Focus Electric in New York follows the Geneva Motor Show debut in March 2014 of the Focus three- and five-door hatchback and wagon. A new version of the performance Focus ST will be shown later this year.
Ford has yet to release pricing for the 2015 Focus Sedan, but it shouldn’t be too far off from the $16,605 price of the base S Sedan and the $23,515 price for the Titanium Sedan.
The new Focus arrives with a bolder look. It features a restyled hood and grille, signature LED lighting for headlamps and taillamps, new rear lamp clusters and a restyled trunk lid. Four-door and five-door versions will be available in the United States.
Inside, colors and materials have a clean, modern look, with satin chrome detailing, new seat trims and switches, and an available heated steering wheel. A new center console incorporating adjustable cupholders improves storage capacity.
It’s a little bit of an understatement to say that the 2015 Ford Focus Sedan comes with an entirely new look because at its heart, the treatment is still largely the same. But it does come with some significant alterations that points to Ford’s aggressive strategy of incorporating mid-life upgrades to its models.
That’s why the 2015 Focus looks a little bit different, particularly in the front where a new hood, a new grille shape and a revised lower fascia make their debuts. The changes are really noticeable to the point where the Focus now looks more in line with its smaller brother, the Fiesta.
As for the rear section of the Focus Sedan, new features like the tail lamps and the two-piece trunk lid have been added, although much of the design from last year’s model remains virtually intact.
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The interior follows the exterior’s treatment, with Ford providing subtle but still meaningful improvements. The revamped center console looks a little cleaner than last year’s models, even if the overall configuration remains the same. The seats also look like they’ve had some work done on them, which could only mean that they ought to be a little more comfortable to sit on.
Other than these upgrades, as well as the reconfigured cup holders on the center stack and the improved Sync voice command system with connected apps, the interior of the 2015 Focus Sedan isn’t too different from last year’s model.
Ford’s award-winning 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine makes ts way into to the 2015 Focus Sedan, providing an efficient and steady powertrain that should continue to live up to its standing as the winner of the International Engine of the Year back in 2012 and 2013.
It’s not going to blow your socks off with its power because with a 100-horsepower output, there’s only so much it can really do. But it does offer excellent fuel economy and for a car its size, performance isn’t really as important as having a car that drivers can enjoy for long stretches at a time without worrying about finding the nearest gas station.
That’s the benefit Ford claims the EcoBoost technology has, allowing even the smaller-displacement engines to deliver significantly better fuel economy that the bigger displacement versions.
ford didn’t offer information on what other engines will make their way to the sedan, but I assume we will see the 2.0-liter four-cylinder from the 2014 model as the base engine. This engine makes 160 horsepower and 146 pound-feet of torque.