Brand New 2021 Ford Focus Zetec Edition uk deals

Compare brand new 2021 Ford Focus Zetec Edition prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £1356 from our dealers. Our 2021 Ford Focus Zetec Edition deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Ford manufactures 10 model variants.

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Manual Petrol 1.0T EcoB 125 SS 5 1.0 125 126 £23375 Save £5383
Auto Petrol 1.0T EcoB 125 SS 5 1.0 125 139 £24845 Save £5715
Manual Petrol 1.0T EcoB MHEV 125 SS 5 1.0 125 118 £24095 Save £5550
Manual Diesel 1.5 EcoBlu 120 SS 5 1.5 120 112 £23845 Save £5492
Auto Diesel 1.5 EcoBlu 120 SS 5 1.5 120 122 £25335 Save £5839
Manual Petrol 1.0T EcoB 125 SS 5 1.0 125 124 £22215 Save £5112
Auto Petrol 1.0T EcoB 125 SS 5 1.0 125 137 £23685 Save £5445
Manual Petrol 1.0T EcoB MHEV 125 SS 5 1.0 125 116 £22935 Save £5280
Manual Diesel 1.5 EcoBlu 120 SS 5 1.5 120 111 £22615 Save £5206
Auto Diesel 1.5 EcoBlu 120 SS 5 1.5 120 121 £24045 Save £5539
Full length Ford Focus video review with market value analysis

It's actually quite hard to know where to start when trying to explain the Focus model range to an unfamiliar buyer. It is, after all, so vast. Still, we'll do our best. The simplest aspect is the availability of just two bodystyles, a five-door Hatch or, for a model-for-model premium of around £1,100, a smartly-styled Estate option.

Most of the mainstream Petrol variants offer the option of automatic transmission too. It's the under-the-bonnet issues though, that require Focus buyers to really know the ropes when it comes to the selection process.

Let me explain why. Ford's approach with new generation engine technology is to gradually introduce it, keeping older-tech powerplants in the range as price-leading models there to generate showroom footfall.

So, even though this improved third generation model was launched to showcase the freshly-developed 1.5-litre Petrol and Diesel engines that have slotted into the range above the sophisticated 1.0-litre EcoBoost Petrol unit most choose, the old-tech 1.6-litre Petrol and Diesel powerplants from the previous line-up were still very much a part of this updated Focus range at its launch in late 2014.

That approach allows customers to get themselves into this car at list pricing which can begin from as low as around £14,000, provided they can be satisfied with a Hatch bodystyle and the feeblest 85PS version of the old 1.6 Ti-VCT Petrol engine.

You get a choice of Hatch or Estate if you opt for this unit in pokier 105PS guise, but by that point, you'd be up towards the £17,000 list pricing point that really represents the proper starting point of the range.

All the main modern era Focus engine choices sit in the £17,000 to £21,000 bracket where most family hatchback segment sales are made. To be honest, buying this car with anything less is a bit like buying an ultra-high def LED TV and then using it to watch VHS videos on..

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