The Ford Focus mid-cycle facelift (Mk 3.5) features a raft of changes made to both the exterior, interior and engine line up.
Revisions made to the body were thinner and sharper headlights, a new trapezoidal grille, giving the front more sporting intent than the previous model. The new front end is similar to that of the 2014 Mondeo as well as the face-lifted 2013 Fiesta.
Mechanical improvements to the face-lifted Ford Focus are chassis revisions to all versions, to make the car more planted on the road, and the steering is also sharper than the pre-facelift model, while also offering greater feedback for greater driving pleasure and fun, which has been the trademark of the Focus since it launched back in 1998.
The 1.0 litre EcoBoost proved incredibly popular. The award-winning three-cylinder engine is produced in two variants, with 100 and 125 hp (75–93 kW) and 138 bhp (103 kW; 140 PS).