The 2007 model year Ford Focus and Focus C-MAX now offers customers even better value for money, with specification enhancements and reduced prices on many models.
The entry-level Focus Studio model has been reduced by £400 giving a lead-in on-the-road price of £10,995. LX has increased by £100 and gains as standard, body-coloured door handles, power heated mirrors, dual horn, and trip computer.
The already high-value Sport has been increased by £150 and is now also upgraded with body-coloured door handles, power heated mirrors, dual horn, and trip computer. Zetec model is deleted in the new 2007 model year line-up Zetec Climate is reduced by £150, while Ghia models now have a Sony CD system with MP3 connection, new exterior mirrors with side repeaters (same as Focus ST). Ghia price is increased by £225.
The generously equipped Titanium is reduced by £380 to offer improved value for money and benefits from new exterior mirrors with side repeaters and privacy glass.
The changes are part of Ford’s ongoing programme to offer value pricing on all models, and gives easy £500 price-walks between LX, Sport and Zetec Climate, and only £750 to Ghia/Titanium.
While the 2007 Focus C-MAX Studio model remains unchanged the LX adds the comfort seat system, trip computer, child observation mirror, sunglasses holder and driver armrest, with a price increase of £100. Zetec adds new interior trim, privacy glass, child observation mirror and sunglass holder with a £100 price increase. Focus C-MAX Ghia trim adds privacy glass with no price premium.
The 2007 model year also sees changes to the body-colour options on both Focus and Focus C-MAX with the addition of Frozen White, Ocean Blue and Verdigris.