About Ford Focus
Creating a better car to replace the Ford Laser was no easy feat, but Ford succeeded to do so with the development of Ford Focus, a car created in 1998 that also replaced various Ford Escorts in Europe in 2012, Ford Focus beat the sales of the ever-popular Toyota Corolla. This type of Ford compact car has received recognitions in terms of volume of sales and quality. The word "Focus" was in danger of being replaced because one publisher ordered it to be avoided since it is already the title of one of his magazines. However, Ford won the dispute and began distributing the first Ford Focus cars starting in Europe and North America. The line of Focus first-generation cars includes a three-door hatchback, five-door hatchback, four-door sedan, and five-door wagon. The second generation, launched at the Paris Motor Show, was released as a three- and five-door hatchback and an estate. The year 2005 saw the release of a sports version of Focus, the MK.II, while 2008 saw the facelift of Ford Focus using the kinetic design philosophy of the company. The third generation Focus cars, or the Mk3s, are available in five-door hatchback and five-door estate models. These cars have enhanced materials, new entertainment innovations, and a redesigned cabin. Ford also released the all-electric model of Focus. The popularity of Ford Focus has further increased because of the Focus World Rally Car was launched to be involved in motorsports. Ford Focus cars come aplenty online, including parts and accessories. So, if you have made the decision of purchasing the car, the most convenient and easiest way to begin your search is by searching online.