2016 Ford Focus SE Price: $12,922
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2016 Ford Focus FWD SE 4D Sedan Race Red 2.0L 4-Cylinder DGI DOHC Odometer is 2323 miles below market average! 36/26 Highway/City MPG 26/36mpg 5-Speed Manual Focus SE, 4D Sedan, 2.0L 4-Cylinder DGI DOHC, 5-Speed Manual, FWD, Race Red, Charcoal Black Cloth. Reviews:* Balanced ride and handling; quiet interior; attractive interior; abundant list of upscale and high-tech options.
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- Clearcoat Paint
- Variable intermittent wipers
- Black Grille w/Chrome Accents
- Body-Colored Door Handles
- Steel Spare Wheel
- Black Side Windows Trim and Black Front Windshield Trim
- Body-Colored Rear Bumper
- Fixed Rear Window w/Defroster
- Light Tinted Glass
- Trunk Rear Cargo Access
- Compact Spare Tire Mounted Inside Under Cargo
- Fully Galvanized Steel Panels
- Body-Colored Front Bumper
- Perimeter/Approach Lights
- Fully Automatic Aero-Composite Halogen Headlamps w/Delay-Off
- Wheels: 16 Painted Aluminum Alloy
- Body-Colored Power Side Mirrors w/Convex Spotter, Manual Folding and Turn Signal Indicator
- Tires: P215/55R16
- Air Filtration
- Front Map Lights
- Driver Foot Rest
- Manual air conditioning
- Outside Temp Gauge
- Glove box
- Trip Computer
- Cruise Control w/Steering Wheel Controls
- Fade-To-Off Interior Lighting
- Day-Night Rearview Mirror
- Manual tilt/telescoping steering column
- Front Center Armrest
- Urethane Gear Shift Knob
- Front Cupholder
- Delayed Accessory Power
- Integrated Roof Antenna
- Cargo Space Lights
- Full Cloth Headliner
- 4-Way Passenger Seat
- Rear Cupholder
- Power Door Locks w/Autolock Feature
- FOB Controls -inc: Trunk/Hatch/Tailgate
- Power 1st Row Windows w/Driver 1-Touch Down
- Cloth Door Trim Insert
- Remote Keyless Entry w/Integrated Key Transmitter, Illuminated Entry and Panic Button
- Gauges -inc: Speedometer, Odometer, Engine Coolant Temp, Tachometer, Trip Odometer and Trip Computer
- Power Rear Windows
- Radio w/Seek-Scan, Clock and Radio Data System
- 60-40 Folding Bench Front Facing Fold Forward Seatback Cloth Rear Seat
- Analog Display
- Systems Monitor
- HVAC -inc: Underseat Ducts
- Wireless Streaming
- Full Carpet Floor Covering -inc: Carpet Front And Rear Floor Mats
- Carpet Floor Trim
- 2 Seatback Storage Pockets
- 6-Way Driver Seat
- Cargo Area Concealed Storage
- Securilock Anti-Theft Ignition (pats) Engine Immobilizer
- Driver And Passenger Visor Vanity Mirrors w/Driver And Passenger Illumination
- Manual w/Tilt Front Head Restraints and Manual Adjustable Rear Head Restraints
- 1 LCD Monitor In The Front
- Instrument Panel Bin, Driver / Passenger And Rear Door Bins
- 2 12V DC Power Outlets
- Interior Trim -inc: Chrome Interior Accents
- Full Floor Console w/Covered Storage, Mini Overhead Console w/Storage and 2 12V DC Power Outlets
- Seats w/Cloth Back Material
- Smart Device Integration
- Cloth Front Bucket Seats -inc: 6-way manual driver (up/down, fore/aft, recline), 4-way manual passenger (fore/aft, recline) and removable adjustable headrests (2-way)
- Radio: AM/FM Single-CD/MP3-Capable -inc: 6 speakers and speed-sensitive volume control
- SYNC Communications & Entertainment System -inc: enhanced voice recognition, 911 Assist, 4.2 LCD Display in Center Stack, AppLink, and 1 smart charging USB port, Bluetooth, steering wheel controls, and auxiliary input jack
- Front-Wheel Drive
- Gas-Pressurized Shock Absorbers
- Single Stainless Steel Exhaust
- Strut Front Suspension w/Coil Springs
- Front And Rear Anti-Roll Bars
- Brake Actuated Limited Slip Differential
- Transmission: 5-Speed Manual
- Short And Long Arm Rear Suspension w/Coil Springs
- Electric Power-Assist Steering
- Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes w/4-Wheel ABS, Front Vented Discs and Brake Assist
- 3.82 Axle Ratio
- 590CCA Maintenance-Free Battery w/Run Down Protection
- 3990# Gvwr 827# Maximum Payload
- 12.4 Gal. Fuel Tank
- Rear Child Safety Locks
- Driver knee airbag
- Low Tire Pressure Warning
- Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
- Back-up camera
- Airbag Occupancy Sensor
- Outboard Front Lap And Shoulder Safety Belts -inc: Rear Center 3 Point, Height Adjusters and Pretensioners
- ABS And Driveline Traction Control
- Side Impact Beams
- Curtain 1st And 2nd Row Airbags
- Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Seat-Mounted Side Airbags
- Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Front Airbags
- Rear Parking Sensors
- Mykey System -inc: Top Speed Limiter, Audio Volume Limiter, Early Low Fuel Warning, Programmable Sound Chimes and Beltminder w/Audio Mute
- 911 Assist Emergency S.O.S
- Front Wheel Drive
- Power Steering
- Front Disc/Rear Drum Brakes
- Brake Assist
- Brake Actuated Limited Slip Differential
- Aluminum Wheels
- Tires - Front Performance
- Tires - Rear Performance
- Temporary Spare Tire
- Power Mirror(s)
- Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors
- Rear Defrost
- Intermittent Wipers
- Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers
- Automatic Headlights
- AM/FM Stereo
- CD Player
- MP3 Player
- Auxiliary Audio Input
- Pass-Through Rear Seat
- Rear Bench Seat
- Adjustable Steering Wheel
- Trip Computer
- Power Windows
- Keyless Entry
- Power Door Locks
- Cruise Control
- Cloth Seats
- Bucket Seats
- Driver Vanity Mirror
- Passenger Vanity Mirror
- Driver Illuminated Vanity Mirror
- Passenger Illuminated Visor Mirror
- Floor Mats
- Smart Device Integration
- Steering Wheel Audio Controls
- Bluetooth Connection
- Engine Immobilizer
- Traction Control
- Stability Control
- Front Side Air Bag
- Rear Parking Aid
- Tire Pressure Monitor
- Driver Air Bag
- Passenger Air Bag
- Front Head Air Bag
- Rear Head Air Bag
- Passenger Air Bag Sensor
- Knee Air Bag
- Child Safety Locks
- Back-Up Camera
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Se Sport Sedan w/ Auto 6 Speed4 4 out of 5.0As a 60+ year old car nut, former club racer & ASE Master Certified Mechanic, I believe that I can give useful buyer's information on this new revised Focus. First off, the car has been great with no major trouble issue after 20K miles of driving both heavy city traffic and freeway driving. On the freeway I am currently getting up to 42 mpg if I keep my speed down. The car has no squeeks, raddles, or any non-new car noises of any kind. With the 6-Speed Auto transmission, you must remember that it is a Manual with electronic auto shifting and not a fluid auto transmission. The reason for this is that mechanically the dry clutch does not fully disengage at stops when in drive. That was designed that way on purpose in order to mimick a fluid type automatic transmission "creep". The downside is that you have not only increase wear during long stops, but as and example my incident a while back as follows. One night out in town during stop and go hilly traffic, as I was trying to park in a space on a hill, the overheat transmission light came on and the transmission refuse to move. I had to put it into park and wait 10+ minutes to allow the clutch to cool down enough before putting it back into gear. Best advice is to put the transmission into neutral during long stop lights and stalled traffic to help prevent overheating. Also noted it helped to manually put the Sport shift gear selection into 1st gear when creeping up a hill behind multiple cars in order to reduce the clutch from having to become partually disengauged ( Normal ) during a possible upshift on slow speeds when you know that the car ahead is going to stop or slow down ( Equals wasted shift.). Otherwise the car handles very sporty and brakes excellent, a very driver's type of car on any type of roads. Very good interior and seats with ony grips of needing a little more rear foot room and the unable to fold the rear seats flat. I do like the trunk space of the sedan along with a usable spare donut tire ( Some more expensive cars do not have a spare tire!).
Expected mediocrity - got superb quality4 4 out of 5.0I rented this automatic SE focus last summer from a hertz with about 26K on it to do an extensive 4000 miles drive across America. I was not disappointed. Immediately, I noticed that it jerks a little bit shifting from 1st to 2nd gear or going from a dead stop to accelerating. According to some forums and the reviews on here, i'm not entirely alone on that. Other than that, no real shifting problems as it does great on the highway and low speed driving. For gas mileage, I was able to achieve as high as 51MPG doing 65MPH without A/C, 47MPG doing 70MPH without A/C, but on average highway speeds W/ AC about 44MPG. Stop and go traffic W/ AC was on average 34MPG. In comparison to the other competitor vehicles, I was really impressed with the gas mileage and how I was able to easily get over 430 miles on a 12.4 gallon tank - The same amount of miles I get pushing my '96 AT 2.2 accord with a 17 gallon tank. For a mid grade SE package to have 2 USB ports, 2 power accessory ports, an AUX input (in center console) AND a review backup camera is impressive for the price you pay. Above-average quality speakers and entertainment center. At 6'2 and 260 pounds, I honestly fit in better than I thought I would as well as getting in and out - way better than I do in that said-accord. Interior is what you'd imagine it would be for a domestic brand compact car...nothing special, but it is somewhat nicer than what I am used to. Handles great at all speeds although getting pushed by the wind of a semi is expected for a smaller car. Wind noise is average - again, it's a compact domestic brand vehicle. So would I buy this car? Absolutely. I was really looking into a Honda fit for my commuting and long travels, but I'm going to consider this car definitely. If you're like me and you're looking for something that gets very good gas mileage, handles well, has a sufficient enough power for the higher speeds, is easy to maneuver in, and you're not picky about things like interior quality and technology, then this '16 focus is definitely a considerable option - definitely this over a GM or Chrysler division product.
This car WILL surprise you!! I sure as hell was.4 4 out of 5.0My previous car to this 2016 Ford Focus was a 2007 Mustang. Getting in and out of the Mustang was always uncomfortable and I'm a fit 6' 210 lb guy. The Mustang in a nutshell.. terrible brakes, blind spots and couldn't get out of its own way believe it or not. One day the Mustang was in the shop and I rented a Ford Focus, which in length seemed smaller than the Mustang so I was almost going to change up to a larger car but I decided to stick with it. From the moment I got in the car I was completely surprised. It may appear to be a small car but it feels a whole lot larger once you get in. I slid right into the drivers seat easily. The material used on the cloth seats in this car is very comfortable as well as sturdy enough to stand a beating over time. Fired it up and ran through all the goodies on the dash before hitting the road. Cutting to the chase I was thoroughly impressed with the acceleration which is what rental cars are for right? ;) The dashboard presentation was clear and concise giving a tremendous amount of insight and feature control with a quick press of a button. Handling was spot on and Braking was above average. Trunk space larger than I expected and getting out of the car was as easy as sliding in. I returned the rental, picked up the Mustang and drove straight to my Ford dealer and purchased a Black 2016 Focus SE Sedan with the Sport package, Sirius radio, Fog lamps and a few other goodies. I don't have many miles on the car yet, just around 2700 and have been through 3 oil changes already during this break in period to eliminate the metal shavings that occur in new engines as they seat. I have just now begun to bring the RPM's up and I have to say this Focus' 2.0L 160HP 4 cyl has more kick than my Mustang 6 cyl did. The transmission has been perfect as this car was built after Ford resolved the transmission problem in this model. As expected the Gas mileage has been terrific. The reverse camera is a great feature although it can go blind if you're backing into a spot where the curbs are covered with snow. I found this car to be a pleasant surprise and I'm quite pleased with its pep, braking and comfort. And on top of it all its a good looking machine. I believe anyone, as long as you're not 6' 5" or better, that gives this car a test drive will be uniquely surprised just as I was. Diggin this ride!!!
Dirt cheap electric car4 4 out of 5.0Can't believe Ford was making this offer. The total 3-year-lease cost is less than $4500 after government rebate. So far I am very happy with it. Very quiet, good SONY sound system, comfortable ride. Touch screen responses quickly. Besides the tight back seat that everyone is talking about, there are only 2 small issues with the car. Front arm rest is way too far from the driver. It's useless for people under 6'6". And like 2012 Fusion I used to own, the windshield is very easy to frost up by the moisture.
4th Focus in 16 Years4 4 out of 5.0I have driven nothing but Ford Focus for 16 years now, and the 2016 Titanium is by far the best. Excellent interior/instrument panel, fuel economy, ride, handling, the list goes on. I have read reports regarding issues with the transmissions on the Focus, but I have no complaints at all. The salesman at the dealer told me the car will adjust to my driving style, which I find is true. Yes, it's a little odd when I do not press on the accelerator firmly, but when I do, it performs just fine for my tastes. Love the car!
Bought it for the Great Gas Mileage4 4 out of 5.0I'd previously owned two 2003 Focus hatchbacks with automatic transmissions that my sons drove. I'd always been impressed with their quick acceleration and solid handling. After reading reviews on this generation, I purchased a well-equipped model, but with the manual transmission (so as to avoid the issues so many others had complained about with the DCT). It easily delivers 2 out of 3 things I wanted - terrific fuel economy (30 MPG after 1300 miles, though my shorter trips as the weather is becoming cold it's getting me around 27 MPG), and very nimble handling. Other bonuses: it's fun to drive, the German manual tranny & clutch are the smoothest I've ever had, it's quiet, the interior is nicely appointed. Contrary to what some say, the back seat leg room seems adequate for my 5'11" teenager. Also, the storage space is fine, especially with the rear seats folded. The third thing? I can get "zippy" (my wife's word) acceleration, but only if I rev high in 1st & 2nd gears. I also drive an '07 Mustang GT, so I think I'm just having to deal with the adjustment. The older 2.3L 4-speed AOD models I've driven seemed to move very quickly, but they probably also lingered in the lower gears. My major complaint: There is NO elbow room. When I'm by myself (which is why I bought this - I no longer needed the SUV I was driving before), all is good. When there's a passenger in the car, there's just not enough space. Yes, I have broad shoulders, so this may not be a problem for you. While I shift, it seems I'm always jostling the passenger unless they're planted as far right as possible in their seat. Leather seats are a little sticky. Every day, at first application, the brakes grab hard. I'd also have liked an auto-dimming mirror, but on the whole, I'm very happy with my new purchase.
Awesome, versatile car4 4 out of 5.0I am very happy with my 2016 Ford Focus and have been since the day I bought it. As someone who commutes to school, work, and various other places in a given day, this car is perfect for someone who is looking for a great car for them to commute in; easy to get in and out of parking spots, a breeze to parallel park in, decent gas mileage, and all that jazz. My only complaint is that the button on the emergency break gets "weird" and gets stuck on the occasion, but that is it. The radio and bluetooth have cooperated with me and have not caused me any issues, and out of the 5 months I have had it, it has never needed to be taken into the shop (I drive a considerable amount every day). Also, I recommend this car to someone running on the shorter side- I am only about 5'3", so this car is easy to get in and out of from the drivers seat, but other taller family members of mine have required a bit more effort getting swiftly in and out of it despite adjusting the seat.
The perfect car4 4 out of 5.0Go to a place where the sales people know their product and are willing to take the time to explain the vehicle to you. This is the first time I purchased a Ford product and I had a good sales person who took the time to discuss the vehicle and show many of the things that make it a great vehicle. I find the rear view camera to be a great asset and the car is comfortable to ride in, but a little difficult to get into, but in time I am sure that I will adjust to it.
Great car for the price4 4 out of 5.0Used to drive a 2000 focus and I decided to buy the newest model. Great car for the money. Drives great. My only complaint is the lack of quality control. The door gaps and body lines. They do not line up well. I expected better from a new car.
Great Car!!!4 4 out of 5.0This is a very good car, I love the MPG I am getting. Very nice car!
Sporty drive in an economy car. Above the rest!4 4 out of 5.0The best features of this car are its attractive looks, driveability and availabiity of many trim levels, engines, tires and wheels allowing you to choose your own style. I love my SE with the sports and trim packages and the automatic. The controls are simple and logical, the backup camera is a a useful tool for in town parking and I am thoroughly enjoying the Sirius stereo and handy bluetooth compatibility. The car feels smooth and responsive and handles beautifully. It is a quiet as a Cadillac my friends say. Comfortable too especially in front. The rear seats are a bit small though. The car also doesn't seem to have great traction in the wet though. I have yet to experience the New England winter yet. I like having the paddle shifter for the automatic too, though I haven't used it much.I am not worried about reliability as it is a lease! Enjoyable and fun drive.More fun than the Subaru Impreza and the Toyota Corolla, plus I love having a hatchback.
They fixed the transmission perfectly on these.4 4 out of 5.0No more off-line hesitancy or stuttering from the automatic transmissions of these new Focuses. Ford FINALLY fixed that multi-year problem for good. The new one here is silky-smooth. Of course the rest of the car was already competitive, and a great value during rebate time. Watch for aggressive small-car promotions from Ford to maintain their corporate average fuel economy in light of their booming truck and SUV sales. They're GIVING away Focuses and Fiestas.
Great car4 4 out of 5.0I would have to say, the car is great. I have a SE Hatchback Focus Black with Black Leather. The only problem I have with the car is the lack of Horsepower/Torque. I have 160HP with 130T which is very little. I do have plans on upgrading, ut I will wait till the warranty is up. 3yrs 36000 miles and 60000 powertrain. All in all, I recommend this car. This car is soo much better than my last car. 2012 Ford Focus. I could name many reasons I really disliked my 2012 car. Might be woth adding, but im running out of room to write. FYI, Ford Focus cars are great if you steer clear of year 2013-2014 models due to Gearbox issues.
A perfect car4 4 out of 5.0A perfect car with great handling..have the ecoboost 3 cylinder and it is really the car i really love ...its not expensive and i enjoy driving it..
Best. Purchase. Ever.4 4 out of 5.0Recently chose a Focus as my first new car (SE sedan w/ the 4-cylinder and a manual transmission) after having driven the Mazda3, Golf, Jetta, Elantra, Forte, Cruze, Civic, Corolla and Lancer. Being a driving enthusiast (albeit on a serious budget) I found all but the Ford, Mazda 3 and the VW's to be pretty awful. In the case of the Focus it is for all intents and purposes the same car that I recently drove in Portugal and feels very much like a small European sports sedan. Steering is precise, handling is stellar for what it is, the interior is of high quality (with a bit of a playful, cockpit-like feel), the ride is taught and compliant, the 4-banger produces adequate power and and there's very little road noise compared to the competition. The fact that I paid less than $13,000 (with incentives and rebates) for such an experience is well...pleasingly ridiculous every day. That it came with nicer wheels and tires than the Mazda3 or Jetta (16" alloys with Continentals) and all the basic power and infotainment options including a backup camera, etc. just sweetened the deal. Yes, the VW's are more refined and the Mazda is a bit more playful but for those that love to drive value-wise the Focus blows everything else out of the water. I almost got the Jetta turbo but in the end was happy spending thousands less for a lot of fun while supporting American manufacturing (the Focus is built in Michigan) versus a company that knowingly poisoned the planet and deceived millions of consumers. Yes I was aware of the reliability issues surrounding the dual-clutch transmission and although I understand things have gotten better, I dealt with my concerns by getting the manual I wanted anyway. My only serious gripes about the car is that I would love a center armrest that extends like the VW's and the backseat couldn't possibly be any tighter and miserable than it is. Overall though I couldn't be happier with my purchase and highly recommend the Focus to anyone who loves to drive but doesn't have the funds to spring for a GTI, WRX or ST.
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My 2nd Focus in 10 years - WOW!4 4 out of 5.0I had a 2007 Focus SE Hatchback and just purchased a 2016 Focus SE Hatchback two weeks ago. I really liked the first one, but this one is an entirely different animal. Ford kept the best of the previous models and managed to add a whole collection of improvements. I opted for the Stick Shift with the SE Luxury Package- -Rear Disc Brakes, Leather, Fog Lamps, LED Running Lights, 17" alloys and upgraded stereo system. Handling for the Focus has always been a hallmark of the model, but Ford managed to improve it. After driving it nearly 1200 miles, all I can say is WOW! What a difference 9 years made in the level of refinement. Quieter, more powerful, awesome handling and shifting, and lots of nifty features like Traction Control, Hill Assist and a Back up Camera. It's like Ford actually got in my head when I was driving the last car and got the wish list of items I had for that vehicle and added them for my next purchase. I will say that Stick Shift Models are somewhat hard to find - My dealership rep took 3 weeks to get one in with the specs that I provided him with. Cons: Tight back seat, Tall gearing in Final drive.
Champagne on a beer budget4 4 out of 5.0I leased my 2016 Focus Titanium in March, and I have put 7,000 miles on it since then. I absolutely LOVE this car - I look forward to driving it every single day. I have owned a 1999 Volvo V70 XC, a 2011 Mazda3, and most recently a 2005 Acura 3.5 RL, and this is by far my favorite out of all of them. Coming from the Acura, the Focus drives and feels like a bigger, more expensive car than the price tag would suggest. It is solid, with a smooth, buttoned-down ride, and exceptionally tight handling and steering feel. It feels much more solid and smoother than my Mazda 3 ever did, and it has much lower levels of road noise as well. The front seats are comfortable and supportive, even over extended periods, and the level of technology is impressive. I love the Sony stereo (which is powerful and has punchy bass), the navigation system, rearview camera, rear parking sensors, and the SiriusXM TravelLink (which has already saved me from several traffic jams). The remote start has been great in both the cold winter weather AND the humid summer weather that plagues New England. Best of all, the gas mileage is far superior to that of any of my past vehicles, especially when it only costs about $20 - $25 to fill the tank. The only true downsides are a lack of rear-seat legroom for taller people, and the dual-clutch PowerShift transmission, which can get a little confused at lower speeds. It is worth noting that I test drove a 2012 Focus back in 2011, and it is MUCH improved over the earlier model years. Certainly not a deal-breaker, and not nearly as bad as some of the reviews claim, just something that takes a little bit of adjusting to. A little more power would be nice as well, but I was spoiled by the V6 in my Acura, and the increase in gas mileage more than makes up for it. Overall, I find my 2016 Focus Titanium to be a fantastic car for the money, and I do not feel I downgraded by switching from a luxury/premium brand. I would highly recommend this vehicle to anyone looking for a high quality vehicle without breaking the bank
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