Choosing the right vehicle for your family can be a delicate balancing act, forcing you to weigh prices, amenities, safety and performance before selecting the best option. Fuel-efficient and budget-friendly four-door cars are often popular choices. One standout in this field is the Ford Focus, for sale at an attractive entry cost starting at just $16,310. If you’re looking for a new vehicle, read on to learn more about the 2013 Ford Focus and how it might benefit your family.
For the 2013 model year, the Ford Focus earned high ratings on a variety of industry ranking lists for affordability and value. Among the pros car reviewers noted, the Focus was praised for terrific handling, a stylish interior and a wide variety of options available to add onto the various trim levels. On the other side of the board, the few cons noted for this vehicle included having limited backseat legroom and an infotainment system that might be a bit more high tech than some consumers could easily learn to use.
When you’re looking for a Ford Focus for sale, you can choose between varieties that include sedans, hatchbacks and an electric model. The S trim, at the base level for Focus sedans, comes standard with a manual transmission, four-cylinder engine, MP3 player and mpg ratings of 26 for city driving and 36 on the highway. Going up one level to the SE trim, available both for sedans and hatchbacks, you can enjoy slightly better fuel economy, Bluetooth connectivity and an available navigation system.
The most expensive flex-fuel trim, the Titanium, is also available for both sedans and hatchbacks. This version boasts iPod hookups, satellite radio, an automatic transmission and improved fuel efficiency, with a price tag less than $10,000 more than the base model.
Alternative fuel vehicles are continuing to gain more fans, and Ford has responded with options for its customers. If you’re interested in driving a green vehicle and avoiding high gas prices, spending more up front to get an electric Ford Focus for sale from the 2013 line of vehicles might be a great option for you. At nearly double the price of the base model, the higher-end electric Ford Focus can offer 110 mpg ratings in the city and 99 mpg on the highway and comes standard with all of the amenities the Titanium offers.
The 2013 Ford Focus electric is an all-electric model as opposed to other electric vehicles that have secondary gas-powered capabilities. Reviewers note this vehicle’s performance doesn’t lag behind gas-powered cars in the same price and size categories, but note its range might not be as far as some other electric vehicles.
After weighing the pros and cons associated with the 2013 Ford Focus, your next step is to test drive the vehicle. Be sure to contact multiple dealerships to find the lowest price quote on a brand new Ford Focus with all the options you desire. If you decide the Focus is not the right car for you, learn more about the other exceptional models from Ford.