Measured owner satisfaction with 2011 Ford Focus after 90-days of ownership.
Amount of trunk/hatch space
The vehicle's audio system
The vehicle's heating and air conditioning
Owners Don't Like
The problems experienced by owners of the 2011 Ford Focus during the first 90-days of ownership.
Vehicle's handling on curves
Comfort of the 2nd row seats
Styling of the dashboard
34 - 35
136 - 140
4 speed, Automatic w/OD, 5 speed, Manual w/OD
Front Wheel Drive
2011 Ford Focus Review
The new 2011 Focus Sedan has a sleek styled look with dynamic design cues. Enjoy crisp performance under the hood from the SES ‘s responsive and economical Duratec 2.0L 16-valve I-4 DOHC engine. Agile handling as well of course with the tight road-gripping manners of a performance-tuned suspension. The available SYNC gives you voice control over your MP3 player flash device and Bluetooth enabled phone. And if you love surfing radio channels you’ll find the optional SIRIUS Satellite Radio literally out of this world. And there’s a brand new programmable feature you’ll really appreciate that you can configure in a number of ways to help young drivers drive more safety. It’s called MyKey and it’s standard on every Ford Focus. Focus is packed with safety technologies you might expect to find only in those bigger more expensive cars. Like six standard airbags and a reinforced steel safety cage that work to help keep you protected in an accident. As well he state-of-the-art AdvanceTrac Electronic Stability Control System with anti-lock brakes now standard on every Ford Focus. There is four great looking and fun-to-drive 2011 Focus Sedan models that can match your particular budget and zest for driving enjoyment.