The Ford Focus sedan comes with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and either a five-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automated manual. The car takes 12.4 gallons of E85 flex fuel, and the basic model gets about 26 miles per gallon in the city and 36 on the highway, for a range of 322 to 446 miles. The front-wheel drive car seats five people. The Focus also comes in hatchback and electric models.
The double overhead cam engine, which has 16 valves with variable timing, generates 160 horsepower at 6,500 revolutions per minute and 146 foot-pounds of torque at 4,450 rpm. The turning circle is 36 feet.
The car's width is 5 feet 11.8 inches, its height is 4 feet 9.7 inches and its length is 14 feet 10.5 inches. The wheelbase is 8 feet 8.3 inches. The interior of the S model measures 103.9 cubic feet, and cargo capacity is 13.2 cubic feet. The car's weight unloaded is 2,932 pounds. Front headroom is 38.3 inches, front hip room measures 53.9 inches and front leg room is 43.1 inches. Rear headroom measures 38 inches, rear hip room measures 52.7 inches and rear legroom is 33.2 inches.
The basic S model comes with power door locks and windows, a clock and a tachometer. The Titanium model, with an automated manual transmission, gets better fuel mileage and also has a trip computer, external temperature display and a compass.