Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Ford Upgrades 2.0-liter Focus With Sports Kit, Leather Seats


Ford Philippines has announced an upgrade to its Ford Focus lineup, continuing to raise the bar with additional exterior and interior features that include a Sport styling kit and full leather interior.

“The upgrades that we’ve integrated into our Focus line up give the vehicle a more premium feel and refined look that best complements the lifestyle of our customers and enhances their driving experience,” said Prudz Castillo, AVP for marketing- cars, Ford Philippines.

Since its launch in the Philippines last 2012, the Ford Focus has set the standard in its segment with its smart technologies, outstanding fuel economy, expressive design, responsive performance, and high levels of craftsmanship and occupant safety.

Ford Philippines introduced additional upgrades to its acclaimed kinetic design for both the four-door sedan Titanium+ and five-door hatchback Sport+ models.


The 2.0-liter Ford Focus Titanium+ variant now sports 17” Alloy wheels and a Sport styling kit which includes a new rear  spoiler, body colored side skirts, and front & rear body colored bumper extensions.

The 2.0-liter Ford Focus Sport+ variant is now fully equipped with leather interior and a 6-way power driver seat, raising the bar even more with its dynamic quality and distinctive design that highlights its best-in-class driving experience.

The upgraded Focus is now available at all Ford dealerships nationwide at: P 1,228,000 for the 2.0L Focus Titanium+ Sedan and the 2.0L Focus Sport+ Hatchback; P 998,000 for the 1.6L Focus Trend Hatchback and Sedan; P 938,000 for the 1.6L Focus Ambiente Hatchback and Sedan; and P 859,000 for the 1.6L Focus Ambiente Sedan MT

6 comments:

  1. When will Ford PH bring the Escape to the country? Ford PH keeps posting images of it in their official Facebook page. The least Ford PH can do is answer the questions of the people viewing their posts or else the people commenting might switch to a Nissan X-Trail out of annoyance.

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    1. sabe daw this December

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  2. Hopefully Subaru AWD XV STI Edition will come soon! It's better and more sporty look than this Ford focus sport titanium hatchback.

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  3. Ford should have also brought the manual Titanium version. I test drove the automatic and it's not that smooth to drive especially on stop-and-go situations.
    It's a shame because I really liked the interior of the Titanium variant.

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    1. I'm starting to think that Ford's dual clutch transmission is a step backwards and should start having cvt or traditional torque converter transmissions for their vehicles in the future.

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  4. When will the new facelifted Focus come to the Philippines with the 1.5 liter Ecobbost or TDCI Engine?

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