For the 2015 a friendly refresh was given to the Ford Fusion. The refresh includes some small body changes, steering tuning, suspension tuning, new body kit and safety options and the same vehicle we like with its same 1.0 Liter three-cylinder EcoBoost engine. The price of the Focus starts from the $95 for the Titanium to the $745 for ST trim while the MSRP of the electric model is not changed.
Here we have the complete rundown of the optional and the standard equipment available with each trim. This will help you build your own vehicle.
Here we will present you the Ford Focus S sedan edit. The S costs $17,995 with manual transmission, and the six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission version will be available for $19,090. In this trim you just get the necessities and that include a 2.0 Liter four-cylinder engine offering 160hp, black body trim, tilt/telescopic steering wheel, rear drum brakes, 15-inch steel wheels power front windows, power mirrors, manual rear windows and rear coat hooks, this is the Euro spec, so this what you get. A four-speaker stereo system, sync voice activation USB ports, cloth seats, backup camera and the necessary safety features and it also has a driver knee airbag. The color choice available for the trim is black, gray, dark gray and white.
This S offers you bundled options which include an Exterior Protection Package worth $245, and this package offers rear bumper guard and four mud flaps and a Cargo Management Package worth $115 gives you a net and cargo box. There are standalone options like the Power Code remote start worth $445, and this is available in the automatic version only, and a graphic package worth $350, Keyless entry keypad for $95, cargo mat worth $75 and stainless steel door sill plates for $95. Read more Prices of other trims as well as the available packages to each of them on the website.