The new Ford Focus has been awarded Fleet World's Safety Award for its high level of standard and optional equipment which helps keep occupants and other road users safe.
Fleet World Editor, Steve Moody, said: "Ford's new Focus is littered with safety aids that previously were only available on executive cars, ensuring that company car drivers will have their tiredness monitored, be warned of drifting out of lanes and never miss anything in their blind spot. On top of these systems, it comes with an automatic low-speed braking system, all for only £750, while standard items such as Bluetooth hands-free ensure this is one of the safest cars on the road today."
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