The all-new Ford Focus, powered by the same new three-cylinder turbo-petrol engine in the 2019 Ford Fiesta, is set to be available from November.
The 1.5-litre turbo triple offers 134kW/240Nm, with a compact turbo triple delivering a highly competitive blend of economy and performance. The 2019 Ford Focus line up boasts a wider model range and more standard equipment than ever before.
Featuring a contemporary new design, the 2019 Focus will include standard features such as autonomous emergency braking, an eight-speed automatic transmission, 8.0-inch touch-screen infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus SYNC 3 voice control. Other standard features include steering wheel mounted gear shift paddles and a new E-shifter dial that replaces a traditional gear knob.
The 2019 Ford Focus will be offered in three equipment grades, the entry-level Trend, the ST-Line and Titanium.
The entry-level Trend will feature 16-inch alloy wheels, front fog lights, automatic headlights, automatic windscreen wipers and a self-dimming interior mirror.
While the top trim level, the Focus Titanium, will add 18-inch alloy, adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go traffic mode, leather seat trim, a 675-Watt B&O stereo with 10 speakers, cyclist and night time pedestrian detection for the AEB, blind-spot detection and rear cross-traffic alert.
Two body styles have been confirmed for local launch in November – the five-door hatchback and wagon – while the four-door sedan and wagon-based Active crossover will be available from mid-2019. Pricing for the 2019 Ford Focus has yet to be announced.