Entry-level Ford Focus Studio arrives in time for 61-plate
The Ford Focus Studio will be priced at £13,995 on-the-road when it goes on sale in September, making it the cheapest all-new Focus model yet.
The Ford Focus range has become more affordable, following the launch of an all-new trim level, the Studio, priced at £13,995. Arriving in time for new '61-reg' number plate customers, the Studio replaces the outgoing Focus Sport MkII, which is now fully sold out.
Offered as a five door hatchback and powered by a 1.6-litre petrol engine capable of returning 47.9mpg, the Studio is available in Panther Black, Moondust Silver or Frozen White.
The entry-level model is fitted as standard with alloy wheels, a rear spoiler, CD player, USB port, air conditioning, electric door mirrors and electric front windows. Electronic stability and anti-skid control, plus Ford's Easy Fuel capless refueling system is also included.
A Ford spokesperson said: "With the high end of the new Focus range fully established, we are now making it easier for customers to get behind the wheel at the entry level – and this new Studio model is not only affordable but also well equipped, attractive and economical."
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