Ford To Launch New Entry Level Focus Studio Ready For September Sales Rush

2011 Ford Focus Studio 1

Access to the all-new Ford Focus range becomes easier with the arrival of the all-new Focus Studio which goes on sale in September, as customers rush for new “61-plate” cars.

This latest addition extends the all-new Ford Focus range to five series, with prices from £13,995 for the Focus Studio to £24,000 the top-of-the-range Titanium X with six-speed Powershift automatic transmission and 163PS TDCi engine.

This newcomer replaces the popular Ford Focus Sport, a final special edition of the previous model which has been on sale since October 2010 and reached sales of 15,000.

Standard equipment on the all-new Focus Studio includes 16 inch sports-style alloy wheels, body-coloured rear spoiler, radio/CD player, USB connectivity, air-conditioning, electrically-operated body-coloured door mirrors with integrated turn indicators, electrically-operated front windows, Ford Easy Fuel ‘capless’ refuelling, and Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) with torque vectoring control.

The Studio will be offered as a five-door hatchback with 85PS 1.6 Ti-VCT powertrain, delivering a fuel efficient 47.9mpg.  CO2 figures have not yet been declared, neither have performance figures.  There will be three colour choices – Panther Black, Moondust Silver and Frozen White.


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