The all new Ford Focus estate has already seen 2000 confirmed orders. The Ford Focus estate accounts for 12.5 per cent of overall sales for the Ford Focus, and the all new model is expected to increase this to 18 per cent.
Mark Simpson, Ford Britain marketing director, said: "The all-new Ford Focus has been a big hit with UK customers looking online and visiting dealerships and our attractive Focus estate completes the line up for them. The new Focus estate's athletic looks gives the car its own unique personality and we believe will broaden its appeal."
The new Ford Focus estate features an optional Driver Assistant Pack (£750), including Active City Stop, Traffic Sign Recognition, Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Aid, Blind Sport Information System, Auto High Beam and Driver Alert.
Engine options for the Ford Focus estate include the 1.6 litre TDCi 115PS with Auto-Start-Stop and CO2 emissions of 109g/km, alongside the new 1.6 litre Ford EcoBoost 150PS turbo-charged petrol engine.
Compared to the five-door Ford Focus, the new Focus estate is 20cm longer and 10cm wider, with a maximum capacity of 1502 litres with the rear seats folded flat.
On the road prices start from £17,100 with £1000 additional standard equipment compared to the model it replaces, including Bluetooth and voice control, USB connectivity, Thatcham Category 1 alarm, DAB, aluminium roof rails, tonneau cover and torque vectoring control.
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